Create a design for the CSS Toolshed

A few weeks ago I posted a link to the CSS Toolshed, a site created by Chris Heilmann to serve as a showcase of CSS-based designs that work with a simulated CMS environment. Designers are encouraged to submit their designs to the CSS Toolshed, helping to make it a CSS Zen Garden for simulations of real-world sites instead of just a single page.

It all sounds great, and I thought many designers would be happy to put a few hours into creating a design and submitting it to the CSS Toolshed. But unfortunately I was wrong about that. Maybe everybody is too busy doing paid work these days to take this chance of getting some attention.

To lower the barrier to entry, Chris has now written a step-by-step instruction and updated the template pack: How to create a CSS Toolshed submission - step by step.

Posted on December 5, 2005 in Quicklinks, CSS, Content Management