public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from Hydragon with tags css & webdesign

April 2006

Web Design from Scratch - Free web design course - basics, layout, free tutorials, case studies, how to guides and examples

by 92 others
Web Design from Scratch is for everyone involved or interested in creating web sites - whether novice or expert. It will help you understand what makes web sites succeed or fail, and what can be done to increase the chance of success. You don't have to be a web designer to benefit from this site. You may have a current web site design project, you may be updating an existing site, or just interested in learning new skills.

December 2005

CSS Cheat Sheet - CSS - ILoveJackDaniels.com

by 26 others
The CSS cheat sheet is designed to act as a reminder and reference sheet, listing all selectors (as of CSS 2.1) and properties. It includes a visual example of the box model, unit reference for CSS units and the various media types CSS makes allowance for

November 2005

The Shape of Days

by 1 other
A colophon is a section of a book, usually at the back, that describes the book itself. It usually tells you what typefaces were used, what country had to be colonized to build the plantations to make the paper, and how big the drum of ink was. ’Cause t

CSSVista

by 32 others
CSSVista is a free Windows application for web developers which lets you edit your CSS code live in both Internet Explorer and Firefox simultaneously.

Writing Efficient CSS

by 3 others
This article is intended for people familiar with CSS syntax and usage. If you are new to CSS, see Adrian Senior's excellent article, CSS: An Introduction, in the articles section of CMX

October 2005

Juicy Studio: Div Mania

by 7 others
More and more web documents are appearing that consist of nothing more than a collection of div elements. In most cases, better use of CSS selectors could be used to avoid overusing the div element.

wg:Javascript: what's next?

by 4 others
Consider this post as a links-article: instead of repeating or summarizing what others have said, I'll use links as if they were concepts trying to maintain a logical thread.

August 2005

July 2005

CSS Panic Guide

by 16 others
This is not a complete resource, this is a fast resource. These are the sites that I refer to first, and that I tell people to read. When you want more, just about all of them have their own links to good sites.

wg:CSS design for the future: workaround vs hacks

by 4 others
There are many resources on bugs, hacks and filters, but I believe too few on workarounds... so here's my attempt to shed a small light on good practices on CSS coding for browsers.

Bravenet Webmaster Resource Center - Quick References - HTML

The HTML Reference sheet contains lists of HTML tags, tutorials, attributes, and other things of such. Don't know HTML? Just browse through this section and you'll have an understanding in no time!

badboy.media.design :: articles

by 23 others
Web forms. Everybody knows web forms. Each day we have to fill in some information in a web form, be it a simple login to your webmail application, an online purchase or signing up for a website.

footerStick › css › Learn › solarDreamStudios

by 8 others
I’m going to show you all how to force the footer of a webpage to stick to the bottom of the viewport. This is a pretty advanced CSS method and requires that you know a bit about how CSS works.

Practical CSS Layout Tips, Tricks, & Techniques: A List Apart

by 4 others
The Web Standards Project’s Browser Upgrade Initiative has spurred many a designer to move towards more standards compliant web design, using CSS rather than tables for layout to save user bandwidth while enhancing underlying semantics and accessibility

CSS, Accesibility and Standards Links

by 23 others
Here you'll find a whole bunch of links to some of the vast resources out there.