CSS Theme Week: More CSS Tutorials Than You Can Handle!

Matthew Magain

It’s CSS Theme week on SitePoint!

What does that mean for you, dear reader?

Well, it means that we’ve trawled through the archives and hand-picked our favourite (and your favourite) CSS tutorials, and will be republishing one article per day for the next five days on the front page of sitepoint.com. Be sure to bookmark (you might even want to subscribe to the RSS feed for our articles if you haven’t done so yet). CSS has evolved and techniques have changed, but rest assured that these articles hold the test of time.

But that’s not all!

We also have a jaw-droppingly awesome new CSS technique that we’ll be throwing in there in the middle of the week. We’ve published some cutting-edge stuff in the past, but this is definitely up there in terms of pushing the envelope. I promise you haven’t seen CSS do this before … it’s awesome stuff.

In the mean time, though, I’d like to introduce you to our first article for CSS Theme Week. Allow me to reacquaint you with Rachel Andrew‘s seminal article from last year …

Nifty Navigation Using CSS

This article is an excerpt from Rachel’s popular book The CSS Anthology, 2nd edition, and is one of the highest performing articles of all time on sitepoint.com in terms of traffic.

Be sure to check back tomorrow for the next article in the series. It’s going to be a fun week — happy coding!

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  • Sidney

    I thought you said CSS is dead the other day? It definately dulled my enthusiasm for not only this, but for work in general.

  • http://www.mikehealy.com.au cranial-bore

    I hope not every article starts with the same drop-in introduction about the wonders of CSS. I get uncomfortable deja vu from that.

  • http://www.jasonbatten.com NetNerd85

    Trying to sell more CSS books?

  • Confused

    If read that table-based designs are becoming extinct. Then, I see that not all browsers support CSS. I don’t know what to think or do. However, I’ve seen plenty of websites that are still using table-based designs and that render just fine. What’s really going on with all of this standards stuff?

  • savagepriest

    what about posting some articles which are not a part of sitepoint may be they are better or have something special to offer.

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