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SEP

2003

CSS Design Tips

Here are two more very well done tutorials on CSS:

  • CSS 101 by Makiko Itoh. Exceptional instruction on CSS. Learn all the basics, including positioning and layouts with CSS.
  • CSS Based Design is another easy to understand and follow tutorial on CSS, this time by Adactio’s Jeremy Keith.

10:04 am, pdt24 September, 2003 Comments, Trackbacks (3) ·

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  1. Tonight I completed Chapter 4 of Elizabeth Castro's book. I've been creating all of the pages she suggests by hand....

    25 Sep, 2003Trackback from Rodent Regatta

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  2. UPDATE: Brainstorms & Raves links to two other CSS tutorials. One of the best ways to start solving a problem...

    29 Sep, 2003Trackback from Joe Grossberg

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  3. Don’t forget http://css-discuss.incutio.com one of the best resources for those in pain

    02:05 pm, pdt29 April, 2004Comment by Tim Parkin

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