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    Question Good place to learn CSS ?

    Whats a good website to learn CSS since i am trying to make mouseovers etc. in css and maybe also a script that lets the user change my website look and feel to another look and feel !
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    I don't know any specific sites... but looking at others source code is a great way to learn CSS. That's how I learned. Of course, you have to have a basic knowledge of CSS before you can actually understand it.

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    I know thats how i learn HTML but it was mostly from books

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    this is a good source on all the spec of CSS 1/2

    http://www.richinstyle.com/

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    The by far best place onlie to learn about CSS is at

    http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/
    // Stefan Huszics

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    Do you know how much will and determination you must have to read the entire CSS specification?

    Most of us just want to colour their hyperlinks yellow. If you want to learn CSS quickly, learn it here:
    http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/...g/stylesheets/

    If you want to learn CSS solidly, go to
    http://webreference.com/html/tutorials/

    This index explains every property and browser issues with CSS:
    http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/css/index9.htm

    If you want to know even more than there is on the official CSS specification (ie. browser issues, bugs, non-listed selectors, etc.), go to
    http://www.css.nu/pointers/
    but it'll take ages to read.
    Not all browsers are good. Some of them go bad.
    Not long ago, one of them went as bad as you can go. His hame was I.. I... Well, people usually say that he is a browser That Must Not Be Named.
    That browser killed many of our best coding conventions. It twists features. It knows how to counter-bug any of our designs. It is in possesion of a group of supporters so large that no other browser may stand up to it and live.
    But now there is a hope.

    Site: http://nik-sergeev.com (wood sculpture).

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    Originally posted by King Pellinore
    [B]Do you know how much will and determination you must have to read the entire CSS specification?
    There is an index you know.
    You don't have to read it from cover to cover like a novel.

    In the end you will find that looking for your question in the spec in most cases is much faster then to try and find the same info in tutorials.

    BTW, I myself learned CSS from scratch from the specs.
    // Stefan Huszics

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