CSS ResourcesThere are a wide variety of CSS resources online; here are some of the most useful. (Links will open in a new browser window.)
HTML: The Complete ReferenceChapter 10: Style Sheets of HTML: The Complete Reference is available online. This chapter of the companion volume to Web Design: The Complete Reference covers CSS basics, Microsoft extensions, and the future of multimedia CSS applications.
World Wide Web ConsortiumThe World Wide Web Consortium (www.w3.org) has been directly involved in the development of style sheets from the very beginning. Here are just a few of the CSS-related pages in their extensive Web site:
CSS Printing Extensions (working draft)
MicrosoftIn the past few years, Microsoft has made great leaps in CSS support for their browsers. In fact, the recent release of Internet Explorer 5 for the Macintosh is fully compliant with CSS1.
OperaOpera Software (www.opera.com/) has created the Opera browser with HTML and CSS specifications in mind, providing a useful alternative to the selective and sometimes exclusive approach to CSS displayed by the major browser vendors. Their latest version, 7.0, is available for download.
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