CSS revisited

I haven’t chatted about any CSS stuff for awhile, but I found this killer resource last week at CSS Vault The Web’s CSS Site


that led onto the Css Hack link

CSS hacks take advantage of browser bugs to perform magic such as “hiding” CssRule’s from specific WebBrowser’s, or making browsers that don’t follow the specs play nice. There is a also a long running occasional debate over whether or not these hacks should be used, covered on ToHackOrNotToHack.

and that led onto the Web Standards archive.

and that led to

Stylish, accessible forms | And all that Malarkey to quote…
I can’t think of many web sites that don’t include at least one form, and I can’t think how many times I have compromised on a form’s visual design because of looming deadlines, leaving a Must get around to styling this form properly comment in the code.

Form design can often be an after-thought, so I thought I’d make a form ‘template’ styled with CSS and post it here for anyone who might be interested.

and that led on to

Dive Into Accessibility

This book answers two questions.

The first question is “Why should I make my web site more accessible?”
If you do not have a web site, this book is not for you.

The second question is “How can I make my web site more accessible?”
If you are not convinced by the first answer, you will not be interested in the second

That should keep us all going for a bit.


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