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    css tutorials

    I agree that both http://www.w3schools.org/ and http://www.alistapart.com/ are both excellent sites for css. w3schools has general level tutorials on almost anything you want to know about web development.

    I send my students to both sites all the time.

    Another great tutorial for how to do a really nice CSS rollover menu is from the project seven web site

    http://www.projectseven.com/tutorial...menus/list_01/

    Actually, I have a page on my site with a list of links for my students. There are tutorials to all types of web design and development things there. My site is under a major rebuild right now so a lot of the content is not accessible right now, but this page works.

    http://www.seekertechnologies.com/resources/links.php

    Besides being a shameless plug for myself, it will save me typing all those links out.

    HTH
    The more time I save by not planning and documenting,
    the more time I have left to debug.


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    There's some pretty useful stuff at http://www.thenoodleincident.com.

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    a nice way to learn superb css is downloading some css-files from: http://www.csszengarden.com
    And when you're up to it create one yourself...


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