CSS3 has brought out a whole new list of reference sites:
Great start of business I appreciate it please care of it as a guide but in other words it has great information about the topic in which it has fully confidence…
This is my own personal one... CSS Tutorial and Reference - After Hours Programming
The following links will drop you into a frame-based wrapper which gives a list of properties down one side, and the actual specification on the other. For the CSS2 specification, the properties are available in a number of "views." You can switch between these views using the "tabs" at the top of the index frame on the left. Selecting a link from the index frame will jump you to the relevant portion of the specification on the right.
The layout used for the following links is based on an idea I saw over at zvon.org, although the execution does differ a bit. Remember: the following pages do use frames! Apologies to anyone with a frames-incapable browser.
Hate frames? If you have a Mozilla-based browser or Opera 6+, you can add similar resources to your Sidebar in either browser. Head on over to either Rijk's Panelizer page or TjL's Sidebars/Panels page (both of which list many more panels than the few I've created).
The w3 school is one of the best guide to all web concepts ( designing,development,etc.).
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I will add another awesome CSS tutorial site to this list: http://www.htmldog.com