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10 CSS resources for busy web designers

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Ryan has performed in a broad range of technology support roles for electric-generation utilities, including nuclear power plants, and for the telecommunications industry. He has worked in web development for the restaurant industry and the Federal g...

9 comments
sbarman
sbarman

As a simple reference, I use w3schools.com. Aside from CSS it has other web technologies in a simple, reference page-like format. Quick and easy!

ckl28
ckl28

Busy web designers can't afford time to look at 10 or more web pages!! So the title should be changed to "10 Resources for Lazy Web Designers and CSS Newbies". As I am not so busy, I can take a look at these web sites and find that there is a mistake in the URL link of Noupe Design Blog. The correct one is http://mgmt.noupe.com/category/css. Otherwise you will get "403 forbidden" error!!

MichaelCarr
MichaelCarr

wasting my time on a 10 frame Gallery--NOT (repeated because this field is REQUIRED)

flwheeler2
flwheeler2

yes, i am forbidden too. what's going on?/ i don't see 10 resources. only one broken blog link?????

Hoibie
Hoibie

Try to go to the Noupe Blog - what do you get? 403 Forbidden? At least I do...

maurice.c.boley
maurice.c.boley

could you mail the W3C CSS2 Specification link to Microsoft?

charles.pugh
charles.pugh

I'm too busy to click thru pages any more.

obxbiker
obxbiker

There may be some excellent information there but it is interesting that an article designed for busy people would take so long to read.

TonyFlanigan
TonyFlanigan

Busy web designers don't have the time (or inclination) to click through each entry ad nauseum. Ryan, I'm sure this would have been an awesome compilation, but geez, the editorial policy just works against any post of any value.