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CSS examples?

Discussion in 'CSS' started by fryman, Sep 20, 2005.

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    I am taking a CSS course, and I love it! Amazing how you can do so many things with it. I remember someone here (I think it was Smyrl) posting a page where all the CSS commands were posted, and it also had some examples, does anyone remember that page?
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    fryman Kiss my rep

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    Yeah! That's the one. Thanks :D
     
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    #4
    A great example of the possibilities of CSS is http://www.csszengarden.com and then theres also http://www.stylegala.com which is a pretty good resource for inspiration.

    Beware crossbrowser differences though. There's always a catch anytime you are doing something even remotely complicated.

    Another great tool is the webdevelopers plugin for firefox - you can edit stylesheets in the browser and see the results immediately. He also has a user agent switcher plugin that's helpful when you want to see what a site is showing various user agents. It only comes with a few out of the box, but you can add your own or there's a giant list out there that I downloaded but I'm not sure from where.
     
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    I like this one:
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_examples.asp
    Clicking on the links, it brings up the Tryit Editor, which allows you to change stuff and see what it actually does. 'Classification' and 'Positioning' sections were particularly helpful.
     
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    fryman Kiss my rep

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    Pretty cool, except for that stupid talking banner they have, I hate those thing!
     
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    w3.org has full documentation too. ;)
     
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    They have to pay for the bandwidth somehow... and I know I ate up alot.
    Besides, she says whatever you want her to...:D
     
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    The CSS Zen Garden is a good site. You should also check out the associated book, which is a fun read and helped my design skills as well as giving me some hints on CSS.

    I would recommend a book rather than a website for your CSS reference; especially if you've taken a course so really what you want is just an aide memoire. Try CSS Pocket Reference (no affiliate stuff, don't worry!). I use this book every day, don't think it's ever actually made it to my bookshelf.
     
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