Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a stylesheet language that can be applied to HTML or XML. It allows the presentational suggestions from the author and from the user (and the defaults of the user agent, or browser) to combine ("cascading"). It is more elegant and (in theory) easier to maintain than presentational HTML markup, and it allows control to return to the user.
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W3C - Cascading Style Sheets
Authoritative information from the W3C. Provides complete specifications, lists of CSS browsers and authoring tools, and information about learning CSS.
Cascading Style Sheets: Celebrating 10 Years with Style
W3C mini-site to mark the 10-year anniversary of the first published CSS recommendation. Includes time-line, hall of fame, essays, and a gallery.
Tutorial, comprehensive reference and articles on CSS and its latest evolutions.
css-discuss Mailing List
Practical discussions of CSS and its use. High volume list.
Newest developments in CSS based webdesign.
Eric Meyer - CSS
Articles, tutorials, discussion and resources for CSS.
EServer TC Library: Cascading Style Sheets
A collection of dozens of rated, reviewed online resources for developers who work with cascading style sheets in web and information design.
A lightweight CSS framework based on block-formatting contexts. It allows the creation of any layout with almost no constraint.
Expressive, robust, feature-rich CSS preprocessor.
W3C CSS Working Group Blog
News, announcements, and opportunities for discussion from the group working on the next CSS specification. [Atom]
WebmasterWorld: CSS Forum
Discussions on layout, compatibility and trouble shooting.
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