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.
Jeff Croft, Ian Lloyd, and Dan Rubin explain solid, practical CSS techniques that you can use in real, professional Web projects.
The Page Zoom feature has led to people thinking that IE 7 lets the user resize text sized in pixels or absolute units. It does not.
Safari gets support for multi-column layout and the text-stroke and box-shadow CSS properties.
A new version of the W3C CSS Validator has been released. CSS 2.1 is now the default profile.
Screenshots from 8 browsers on 4 operating systems showing the effects of CSS applied to form controls.
Various methods of dealing with the incorrect CSS box model used by older versions of Internet Explorer for Windows.
Google Custom Search Engine lets anybody create a specialised search engine. Here are some of interest for Web professionals.
My ten most wanted bug fixes or new features in whatever becomes the next version of Internet Explorer.
Simon Collison shares his experiences from working with the Web in the hopes that it will help readers avoid some confusion and frustration.
If you’re having problems with print style sheets in Internet Explorer 6, check your use of CSS expressions.
Ten useful tips for writing CSS that is better, more efficient, and easier to maintain.
How to fix the list item whitespace bug in both Internet Explorer 6 and 7.
Twelve lessons to learn while going from table based layouts to mastering CSS.
Messages about missing colours or background-colours are not errors and can often safely be ignored.
Why specifying monospace as a font-family alternative will make Safari render text smaller than other browsers.
Create the visual effect of HTML frames with CSS and make the scrolling area stretch to 100 % height regardless of the amount of content.