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    CSS References

    CSS Shorthand

    CSS Tips and Tricks Part I

    CSS Tips and Tricks Part II

    CSS Article Reference

    Can we sticky this and have people add in articles worth checking out? I'm sure they would likely be in the CSS article reference link already, but we could point out ones that we link to the most often.

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    Lightbulb

    w3Schools has loads of stuff on CSS
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    a pure css dropdown can be derived from:
    http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/popups/demo.html

    if you just change what goes in the spans.
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    One of my favorites is...
    HTML Goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acorbelli
    One of my favorites is...
    HTML Goodies.

    The guy also has a book, it's useful.
    That is just about the best resource available on what NOT to do when creating your web pages. He doesn't even realise that standards exist and while most of his code worked in version 4 browsers the techniques he suggests are at least 15 years out of date.
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    stylin' with CSS: A Designer's Guide
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    You might want to get hold of a copy of http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...40657?v=glance too (it's the CSS Zen garden in book form)
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