All the cool kids are using CSS to separate content from appearance on their sites. Here is 101 resources that will get your feet wet with CSS, teach you some new tricks and techniques, clean your code, and hit the ground running with pre-made layouts.
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We’ve taken a close look at some of the most interesting and useful CSS tricks, tips, ideas, methods, techniques and coding solutions and listed them below. We also included some basic techniques you can probably use in every project you are developing, but which are hard to find once you need them.
And what has come out of it is an overview of over 70 expert tips, which can improve your efficiency of CSS coding.
Much of CSS is pretty straightforward and, I suspect, quite easy for most people to grasp. There's font styles, margin, padding, color and what not. But there's a wall that people will run into... that point where a number of key elements need to come together to create a solid CSS-based layout that is consistent cross-browser.
Is there a CSS book that you would recommend for us?
I've been using CSS for a number of years now and still can't ever get any of my page to look the same in both Firefox and Internet Explorer -- there is always bigger gaps in IE here and there. If-only IE would keep up with standards...
...or I would keep up with CSS
I'm basically in search of a CSS book that covers the most ground and I'm not worried 'bout them moving too quickly -- just that it should cover nearly everything. Know any?