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    Absolute BEST CSS Resources

    I'm delving into CSS. That is to say, really deeply into CSS; I know the basics, but I want to go all out, so to speak. However, many of the sites I've been using are somewhat outdated (Webmonkey's CSS Reference Sheet hasn't been updated in about two years)! I've been to richinstyle.com, which is helping tremendously, however I'm not finding much on bordering, layering (really need some help here), as well as floating elements, etc.

    So, could everyone list their best CSS Resource that they know of, that is up to date, and has CSS1/CSS2 examples and tutorials?
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    Probably w3.org/css/ or I would usually check the google directory.
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    O'Reilly 's book is the best book I found

    Plus some sites to look at are

    http://www.bluerobot.com/
    http://www.glish.com/css/
    http://www.littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/weblog.php

    try them out

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    Aes,

    One of my fav's, in addition to glish & web reference is index dot css it hasn't been updated lately but it does have lots of good reference material including "browser peculiarities".

    The links at glish a worth a look too.

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    Thanks you guys isotope, Sarah, neil! These are great!
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    Hehe. Thanks creole....
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    If you're looking for browser compatability charts then one of the best I've found is at www.westciv.com. They've also got some decent css articles.

    Having said that, I still think reading the w3c's css spec. and then trying various things out is probably best.


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