Cascading Style Sheets – the blessing (and the bane) of web design

Useful links: WordPress, Cascading Style Sheets

or, cool stuff I saw over at Hal Rager‘s site and want to remember for myself: Extending WordPress beyond the blog. Custom fields and their power. [via Hal Rager] The 7 CSS Hacks that we should use The Top 50 Proprietary Programs that Drive You Crazy รขโ‚ฌโ€ and Their Open Source Alternatives I’m surprised that […]

CSS positioning

Nice little explanation/demo. Absolute, relative, and what’s what.

Cascading Style Sheets: A serif font for Linux

My beau Doc M got a new flatscreen monitor, and has constructed a new linux box that’s worth a post in itself– a quiet very very quiet thing that’s got off-the-shelf parts that evolved from casemods of old (larger, slower fans, and a fancy-dan dual bungee-ribbon contraption to hold the hard disk drive: No sound […]

How to size text using ems

While we’re on the subject… Over at Clagnut. (Aunti Alias tells you about Auntie Ems. Or something.)

Troubleshooting #2,495,294

A while back, I’d pointed to this pie chart at another location. It’s since gone away. I found it again: Time Spent on Web Design. The portion of the pie graph devoted to problem solving and swearing has been my lot. Anyway, found the image again. Please enjoy. ๐Ÿ™‚ A wonderful trick with drop down […]

CSS Cheat Sheet in one page

This is cool: CSS Cheat Sheet – CSS A one-page sheet that lists various CSS properties. Available as PDF or PNG.

Molly on CSS and other web stuff

Molly Holzschlag posts a list of recent articles that’ve run in informit.com… lotsa CSS there. Noted for future reference.

Position Is Everything – CSS and browser bugs

Another Cascading Style Sheet resource I hadn’t been aware of: /* Position Is Everything */ — Modern browser bugs explained in detail!

OrderedList.com : Writing Lean CSS

OrderedList.com : Writing Lean CSS. Tips on writing leaner, cleaner CSS, and using the cascade properly.

CSS Help Pile

CSS Help Pile: Links and discussion about the best CSS Resources on the Web. A site by R.M. Cox.