Cascading Style Sheets are used to define the presentation layer of websites. How CSS works is not always self-evident, so many of these articles explain various aspects of using CSS.

CSS 3 Selectors

In CSS 3 Selectors, Russel Dyer writes about CSS selectors, all the way from those included in CSS 1 to…

Posted on June 21, 2003

CSS Rollovers

Uberlink CSS Rollovers is a nice tutorial at PVII on how to use unordered lists to mark up navigation links,…

Posted on June 21, 2003

Quark goes XHTML+CSS

In a move which took me by surprise, Quark, Inc. launched a redesigned web site which is pretty much standards…

Posted on June 14, 2003

Catching Up

Nothing new here for a week. Been too swamped with work. Time to catch up a bit. Eric Meyer has…

Posted on June 11, 2003

CSS bookmarklets

Simon Willison recommends some bookmarklets that can be used to experiment with CSS and make your CSS development quicker and…

Posted on June 3, 2003

I Blame Microsoft

This is what Tim Bray writes about IE: The problem isn’t that CSS is too hard. The problem isn’t browser…

Posted on May 29, 2003


Having just implemented a JavaScript-hierarchical dynamic menu I really wish Internet Explorer would catch up to the level of CSS…

Posted on May 17, 2003


The W3C recently published four CSS3 Candidate Recommendations: CSS3 Text Module, CSS3 Color Module, CSS3 Ruby Module and CSS TV…

Posted on May 17, 2003

Zen Garden

The CSS Zen Garden is a showcase intended to let graphic artists apply their own designs to the same, properly…

Posted on May 10, 2003

Lower class style

Read this and realize why littering your code with <div class=”blahblah”><span class=”bleh”> adds unnecessary bloat and complexity, making it the…

Posted on April 25, 2003

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