Css

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#1

Can anyone point me to the direction of a good CSS reference site? I’m trying to learn CSS thoroughly, I know enough to function and validate, but that doesn’t mean I’m coding properly. So if someone could point me to a good one (or several) I’d be much obliged. Especally if they make references to layouting with DIV layers in different methods besides using float properties.

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#2

O’Reilly has a good book called Cascading style sheets the definitive guide. It available on Amazon.
For websites try
http://www.htmlgoodies.com/
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/workshop/author/css/css_node_entry.asp
http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/
Hope this helps
Silk


#3

There is also the Lynda.com CSS2 video that is very good.
Quick way to understand everything.

http://movielibrary.lynda.com/html/modPage.asp?ID=47

After that, you will understand nearly everything and you will only need a small handbook with functions (or Google, which always have the good answer :D)

btw, there is many bug in IE6 with CSS that are a pain to solve. Mainly when using fixed dimension with padding.


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#5

Probably the best single bookmark you could have:

CSS Discuss Wiki


#6

Sitepoint CSS Forum

Webmaster World CSS Forum

As far as div positioning without floats, just do searches for absolute & relative positioning.

Don’t forget to check your work in different browsers, since one can make a mess out of what looks perfect in another. I use Firefox, but I also check things out in IE6 and Opera.


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