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    Extremists Beware! Rockrz's Avatar
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    Where's the CSS

    OK. So where's a CSS tutorial site that lays it all out there so it's easy to understand & start using?
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    You could try this one for starters:
    http://www.glish.com/css/

    There are quite a few links at the bottom of the page for CSS Resources and Tutorials.
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    You might want to try out http://www.projectcool.com and read their CSS-1 explanation, it tells you what it does etc. Easy to look things up.
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    What do you guys think about this software? It's suppossed to help set CSS up for you when you're designing a layout.

    Here's the link....http://www.westciv.com.au/style_master/index.html
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    on the basis of that colour scheme - you are better off trying youre own

    No seriously I think you are better off learning css by hand first and then using one of these things later on. I have a css editor inc. in my html editor and have a ever opened it in hmm years - Nope!

    O'Reilly's css book and fab worth the money to get that one, even got basic style sheet and everything.

    www.RichInStyle.com is pretty online resource has EVERYTHING that you might need

    Don't forget if you get stuck ask here, plenty of people to help..

    Good luck

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    www.webmonkey.com is where I learned CSS. it's a fabulous resource.
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    HTMLgoodies should have some pages.

    There are some pages through my WWW button too.

    Post away in this forum if you get questions along the way. There are some really great answer people to help.


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