CSS Help at it’s Best!

I found something great today : http://www.dezwozhere.com/links.html

This is one of those links that will sit at the top of your CSS bookmarks forever more. As a developer there are always little quirks you come up against and you need a good reference to get them ironed out. For students this is invaluable. I don’t think I’ll be looking any further than this suberb collection of links, guides, books, tutorials, layouts, tips and techniques.

Folks it doesn’t get any better than this. To quote the author of this outstanding CSS resource, these are “Links that will save you from an anuerism…”.

Here’s a bit about the author of the site:

Andrew Fernandez, known to his friends and peers as dez, started collecting these links in 2003 as a resource for co-workers and himself. Since then this page has been widely linked to and visited by designers, developers and others wanting to learn about web standards. Dez took a break in 2005 due to a demanding contract job, managing a company for an ongoing client. 2006 sees dez once again back online and looking to update this page – a lot has happened in a year. BTW if you are a Melbourne based small business or an individual looking for a marketing savvy communications professional please visit andrewfernandez.com.

Bookmark it and use it often.

2 thoughts on “CSS Help at it’s Best!

  1. Dude,
    like your articles, but could you please turn off the fookin’ snap previews. They are really annoying.

  2. LJ, glad you like the blog. I’m sorry the Snap previews are getting on your nerves. A lot of people do find them useful so I can’t disable them on the say so of one user, however if a lot of people find them to be a nuisance I will of course remove the feature.

    I hope this won’t stop you visiting. I do value all of my readers.

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