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a guide for the unglued
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css layouts, tips, tricks, and techniques
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mailing list devoted to talking about CSS and ways to use it in the real world; in other words, practical uses and applications
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THE LARGEST WEB DEVELOPER'S SITE ON THE NET
- »Macromedia - Developer Center : Tutorials and Samples for Designers and Developers / web-developer
Keep an eye on this site for tutorials, specifically about using XHTML and CSS with Dreamweaver. There are whole sections devoted to CSS and accessibility.- ASP Web Development with Dreamweaver MX 2004 by Andrew & Turnball
- »NYPL: Style Guide / web-developer
This Style Guide for the Branch Libraries of the New York Public Library explains the markup and design requirements for all Branch Libraries web projects, along with various standards and best practices.
- »The Web Standards Project / web-developer
Grassroots coalition fighting for standards that ensure simple, affordable access to web technologies for all.
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Who is ArcoJedi? A life-journeying Christian, ecstatic husband, proud father of four, web guru, all-around geek and Star Wars fanatic. Read these thoughts that he felt were worthwhile. Then wonder why he thought that way.
I am currently reading a book I borrowed from the lending library at my work called ASP Web Development with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 by Rachel Andrew, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan, Rob Turnbull. It is very detailed and step-by-step. My favorite part about the book is it starts with chapters on CSS, web standards and accessibility. In other words, it starts off immediately teaching you how to do things RIGHT.
At the end of the second chapter on CSS, there is a list of about ten links and descriptions to good sites that deal with CSS, web standards and so on. I have added all of these to my del.icio.us account, if they weren't there already, but I also wanted to post some of them here as well. And so, in no particular order:
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