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Learning about CSS

Posted on by Clive Walker in CSS Web Standards

I was doing some Dreamweaver tuition the other day and my student asked if I could recommend some simple online tutorials or learning resources for CSS. I suggested a few sites but The Web Standards Curriculum from the Opera Developer website also came to mind because I have been reading [1] through the CSS section recently. The Web Standards Curriculum covers a range of topics but the CSS section (starting here) gives a good grounding into CSS with some useful and clearly written articles.

If you want to refresh your style sheet knowledge or if you are new to this CSS stuff, the CSS section in The Web Standards Curriculum is a good place to start.

1 I was reading the articles on Floats and Clearing and Styling Lists and Links. Both good articles with some useful examples.

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  • 13 Oct 2008 09:01:49

    Hi, and thanks for heads up on CSS, it’s always difficult choosing books, sites and there are so many, so getting a recommendation is great!!

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