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17 Jun 2005

Link: the beauty of CSS

Slides from one of Doug Bowman's sessions at @media

01 Jun 2005

Link: DHTML Utopia: Modern Web Design Using JavaScript

Its not the book, but better than nothing

25 May 2005

Link: Lists and More

collection of list designs and a few other things

16 May 2005

Link: CSS - Specificity - HTML Dog

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some key things to keep in mind when using CSS

05 May 2005

Link: css_cheat_sheet.png

handy css cheat sheet

04 May 2005

Link: Stopdesign | CSS Organization Tip 1: Flags

how to keep your large css files manageable

18 Apr 2005

Link: Select Replacement Test

hide and restyle

18 Apr 2005

Link: Stopdesign

Useful blog design to study and borrow from

18 Apr 2005

Link: Little Boxes

Collection of CSS for various layouts

06 Apr 2005

Link: [ws] Color Scheme Generator 2

Simple, yet to see how effective the colour schemes are

31 Mar 2005

Link: Hybrid CSS Dropdowns

Cross Browser Two-level menu that degrades nicely

28 Mar 2005

Link: Drag-and-drop Sortable Lists with JavaScript and CSS

Not yet IE compatible, but awesome none-the-less

17 Mar 2005

Link: Nifty Corners

Javascript, CSS and DOM tricks to get rounded corners

03 Mar 2005

Link: Introduction to Browser-Specific CSS Hacks

Helpful hints for dealing with different browsers

25 Feb 2005

Link: Stu Nicholls | The CSS Playground | Cutting Edge CSS

Neat compilation of samples for various CSS design tricks

20 Jan 2005

Link: Redundancy vs. Dependency

Discussion about how css can either be coded for redundancy or dependancy

11 Jan 2005

Link: Cross-Column Pull-Out Part Two: Custom Silhouettes: A List Apart

More css for items across columns - this time allowing for shapes that aren't squares

11 Jan 2005

Link: Cross-Column Pull-Outs: A List Apart

Some css to allow placement of items crossing multiple columns

22 Dec 2004

Link: You want Styles with That?

Interesting musings on the impact and reliance on styling online

16 Dec 2004

Link: Simplified CSS Tabs Trick

Neat way of formatting tabs on a web page using CSS

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