Cool. I left the document pure HTML, just in case you guys wanted to style it. That's why it showed the default styling. By the way, since we're using our real names on the guide, could you change the name on "The HTML Document, From Top To Bottom" from Mr. Initial Man to John-David Kraaikamp? John-David Kraaikamp is my real name.
The CSS article is good. I don't think I'm going to use it as an introduction to CSS. It seems more like a "How to Implement CSS on a Webpage" type of thing. I'll spend some time looking at it on Sunday, when I have a bit more time. I think an Intro to CSS should explain what CSS is, why we use it, how we use it, and probably basic syntax. Then We'd follow up with that, how to implement it. And then we'll move on to the meat of it. We definately should have a section on creating basic layouts with CSS. Many people don't think it can be done, or don't know how to do it, so that's really important. Sorry, holidays busied me up, and yesterday I had to fix a laptop, today catching up on some work for classes and, well, work. Tomorrow I'll work more on the sections.
I'm thinking of this as an open source process. We have the sections now clearly defined as what they need. They just have to be written. I'm not saying 'you do this!' because I want to make sure people can write what they're best at and that it's open to everyone being able to help if they can. I'd love to have more authors, it'd really speed this project up. Admittedly I haven't had much time to devote to this, and it's my fault, but it's not dead. If you want to help, then, what would you feel most comfortable writing about? Hopefully I've made it clear what each section is about, it just all needs writing.