Links previously posted on the side column or the home page.
- Updated my collection of poems to include my tribute to The Queen: Spare Parts (15th)
- Three CSS Animations Tests I made. (3rd)
- Two videos of CSS Animations Demos which I made: Test 3 (3rd Jan 2021) & Test 4 (7th Jan 2021) · (28th)
- How to Center Anything with CSS (www.freecodecamp.org) - "Align a Div, Text, and More" (23rd)
- CSS3 Patterns Gallery (projects.verou.me) (13th)
- HTML Color Picker (www.w3schools.com) (13th)
- WebGL Water Demo (madebyevan.com) - Incredible! Works on my Android 11 phone. Screenshot below. (13th)
- WebGL 2.0 is Now Supported in All Major Browsers (80.lv) (13th)
- Font Guide For All Occasions (www.beau-coup.com) - Useful! (Via Henlee Phillips) (11th)
- CSS Filters Tryable Demos (css-tricks.com) - Wow! (Via Evan Eubanks) (11th)
- CSS Grid: The Best Tutorial on Creating Grid Layouts (www.positioniseverything.net) - Complex stuff! (11th)
- Aspect Ratio is Great (css-irl.info) - Cool stuff. (Via Veerle Pieters) (11th)
- A Whistle-Stop Tour of 4 New CSS Color Features (css-tricks.com) - Heavy stuff. (11th)
- Meomi is super cute! Don't miss the portfolio. (www.meomi.com) (2nd)
- Sarah Parmenter's use of colour and vintage photographs on her site You Know Who impressed me. (www.youknowwhodesign.com) (2nd)
- Fuzzco's impressive design for Two Boroughs Larder mixes traditional type arrangements with modern use of colour. (23rd)
- The Lit Pub is another bold and colourful design by Fuzzco. (23rd)
- Web Design with Style, Ease, and CSS (19th)
- Jeffrey Zeldman tweeted about my links: "Web design resources from back in the day. How many still exist?" Made my day! Thank you sir! (19th)
- I've updated the Resources Links, adding more screenshots too. (19th)
- I was immediately struck by the bold colours and minimalist design of the New Adventures In Web Design Conference 2011 website. (Image links to a full-size screenshot.) (25th)
- Emigre uses grids and many changing images to grab your attention. (5th)
- Superb showcase for creative agency Lisa Tse. (5th)
- Alphadesigner is the website of highly skilled artist, designer and illustrator Yanko Tsvetkov. (5th)
- Syster is Dom McLoughlin's impressive freelance website that you're bound to get inspiration from. (5th)
- Superb illustrations by Eleftheria Alexandri: I Like Yellow. (5th)
- Incredible "papergraphics" of Russian artist Yulia Brodskaya. (5th)
- Clever print ads: Noma Bar · IBM 'Outcomes' Campaign. (5th)
- Jemjabella is looking good, with folder-like backgrounds per post and colourful flower paintings used to good effect. (22nd)
- Tasty colours in the design of the website for The Forbidden Corner. (13th)
- iD Staffing is the weirdest site I've seen for a while! (Uses Flash, so no iPad or iPhone.) (15th)
- 12 Creative and Cool Uses for the CSS Border Property - "Christopher Hester is a man with fantastic CSS skill, incalculable patience, and presumably no girlfriend". (9th)
- Discover the "Cool" of CSS: 25 Advanced CSS Techniques - features my CSS Gradients Demo at the top! (9th)
- Algunas curiosidades hechas con CSS (Some curiosities done with CSS) - features 3 of my demos! (9th)
- Geekiest Houses: Would Your Spouse Leave You If You Did This to Your Residence? - features my CSS House! (Screenshot) (9th)
- 12 Excellent CSS3 Button and Menu Techniques. (9th)
- The Most Common HTML and CSS Mistakes to Avoid. (9th)
- Pure CSS 3D Coke Can - has to be seen to be believed. (9th)
- Revista Göoo. (6th)
- Blimey! This is good! So many nice touches on Veerle's Blog redesign. (25th)
- HTML5 For Web Designers by Jeremy Keith is the first release from A Book Apart. (4th)
- The History Of A List Apart courtesy of Jeffrey Zeldman, for those who've always wondered how it started and what the name means. (4th)
- An Adobe Flash developer on why the iPad can't use Flash - "A finger is not a mouse". (7th)
- Untitled - essential reading. Someone who understands the huge importance of the iPad in the future of computing. (7th)
- On the iPad - Alex Payne is "disturbed" by it. (7th)
- Alexander Limi - great minimalist design. (7th)
- - IE8 now on over 25% of the market! The No.2 browser? IE6! Agh! (Via PC Answers Issue 209). (26th)
- Visited links don't change colour in Firefox? - a solution to a problem I couldn't figure out for years! A quick search was all I needed. (26th)
- Design Museum London - contains an "archive of modern and contemporary design". (23rd)
- 55 Examples of Huge Typography in Web Design. (23rd)
- Death To The Div. (19th)
- Typedia - "A Shared Encyclopedia of Typefaces." (17th)
- We Love Typography. (23rd)
- The Chamber Of ICT Horrors is a great example of Flash. I love the way the rooms spin round. (22nd)
- I've redone my Links Concept Demo. (4th)
- Download my remix of Nine Inch Nails - Me, I'm Not 128Kbps MP3 (4.83Mb)/196Kbsp MP3 (7.25Mb). Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial Share Alike License. (24th)
- Configurable Flickr Homepage - Steffen J has created a script to not only redesign the new Flickr homepage that so many people dislike, but also drag and drop the sections around! (7th)
- Duoh! - Outstanding new website design by Veerle Pieters. (See my Flickr screenshots of the background images.) (7th)
- Eureka Carpark Melbourne - Axel Peemoeller's fascinating use of type designed to be read from one viewpoint only. (29th)
- Using Photographs to Enhance Videos of a Static Scene - Incredible. Video can never be trusted as accurate footage again. (29th)
- Presentation Load - Amazing 3D PowerPoint templates, diagrams and maps. (29th)
- Immersive Media - More 3D videos. Awesome! (8th)
- 3D Video - Wow. The future has arrived! Watch 3D videos of places you can look around in. It's just like being there. (8th)
- Coca-Cola Remix Art (Image leads to a full-size screenshot.) (26th)
- 3D camera with 12,616 lenses - A whole new world of photography could be about to emerge! Affordable too! (20th)
- CSS transitions - Flash-like animation now possible with CSS in Safari! (19th)
- Safari 3.1 introduces web fonts for all - If only all other browser makers would adopt this. (19th)
- Curmi The Blog - Neat Apple-related tips and opinions from Australia. (18th)
- Security In IE7 & IE8 - Potential problems ahoy. (17th)
- Great Flickr set of logos and template designs by Stephanie Morvant of My Doodlebug Designs. (Image leads to a full-size screenshot.) (16th)
- Layout Stability Research - Davoud Tohidy is looking for help. (30th)
- Yes Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have a Smiley - IE8 passes the Acid Test! (21st)
- Yet Another in the Ongoing Series Wherein I Examine a Piece of Supposedly Serious Apple Analysis From a Major Media Outlet and Dissect Its Inaccuracies, Fabrications, and Exaggerations Point-by-Point, Despite the Fact That No Matter How Egregious the Inaccuracies / Fabrications / Exaggerations, Such Pieces Inevitably Lead to Accusations That I'm Some Sort of Knee-Jerk Shill Who Rails Against Anything 'Anti-Apple' Simply for the Sake of Defending Apple, and if I Love Apple So Much Why Don't I Just Marry Them? - longest blog title I've ever seen. Was slightly truncated in my feed reader (Opera). (21st)
- Don't miss the superb illustrations of Gustavo Aimar. (18th)
- Pixelmator: "Photoshop killer? I doubt it. But an affordable app that seems to have plenty of potential." (Via Cameron Moll) (17th)
- Sanna Annukka - Unmissable artwork from the artist who did the amazing Keane album art. (27th)
- Print & pattern - Superb pattern-lover's blog. (15th)
- Em Calculator - Great tool for converting pixels to ems, with nested elements possible. (15th)
- Creating Inspired Design Part 1: I Am The Walrus - Andy Clarke looks for inspiration offline. (15th)
- IE and 2-letter domain-names - "Microsoft's approach is causing real-life problems for perfectly valid domains which is simply unacceptable." - Tino Zijdel. (15th)
- Malevich Black Square Bug - I wish they'd fix this in Opera. (31st)
- Opera has fixed EVERY known security bug. (31st)
- Smashing Magazine - great resource for CSS techniques, cool designs, free font lists and more. (24th)
- CSS3 Multi-Column Support - now in Safari! (14th)
- WRAP Support For Local Authorities - excellent design on this recycling booklet. (12th)
- Flickrsaw 2 - More Flickr madness I have created. (19th)
- Flickrsaw 1 - Using a Flickr set to show a complete image! (19th)
- James Duncan Davidson - Excellent photography-based blog. (15th)
- Seitz Roundshot Cameras - The highest resolution cameras I have yet seen. How does 470 million pixels grab you? (12th)
- Endless Pageless: No More Next Page. (8th)
- Hong Kong Gotham - Amazing HDR Flickr set. (27th)
- Browser Bugs Section - covers IE6, IE7, Opera 9 and Mozilla. (23rd)
- Chris Wilson, Internet Explorer 7 and CSS 2.1 compliance - Amen. (23rd)
- Banksy "Barely Legal" Exhibition 2006 - Don't miss these photos. Banksy is a genius! (15th)
- Veerle's Blog - How did I miss this great-looking site? Don't miss the top Illustrator tips! (10th)
- Equal Height Columns using CSS - Another approach worth bookmarking. (9th)
- No IE6 flicker, Sir - "Yes, you heard right. There's finally a fix for the IE6 background image flicker bug." (See also.) (29th)
- IE's universal selector is really universal - "This opens the door for some new hacks and even an amazing technique to make the :before and :after pseudo-elements possible to some extent." (29th)
- Geotagging - one day later - Fascinating post about how Flickr searches work. "More than 228,000,000 photos have been uploaded, with over a million new photos being added on a good day... This is one of the largest real-time search indexes in the world." (31st)
- An Open letter to John Warnock - I was only thinking recently along these lines myself. I couldn't agree more! (30th)
- Great shot - where'd you take that? - Flickr adds maps to show where your photos were taken. Will rivals Zooomr now disappear? (29th)
- CSS Suxxx - The title of one song by a band called CSS, which is "Portuguese for 'Tired of Being Sexy'"! (21st)
- Regeneration Game - How the BBC plan to get around Dr Who's limited number of regenerations. Caution: major plot spoiler for Series 3!! (19th)
- Don't Believe the Hype - Amazingly accurate look at the future of the internet, from 1996. (Via). (29th)
- Some links for light reading - Found this in my referrals. 16 links that look like promising reading, though I haven't checked them all myself. (29th)
- Zooomr - "Wouldn't it be neat to see where a photo was taken and all of the photos around it?" - Cool new online photo sharing site to rival Flickr. (28th)
- An interesting CSS problem: Inner borders - Clever idea for adding a border to an image without making it any bigger. (28th)
- Dvorak and CSS - I'm linking to this discussion on Dvorak's controversial anti-CSS rant because he responds himself in the comments. (28th)
- The Design Encyclopedia - "A growing, collaborative resource that describes, tracks and explains culture, commerce, politics, media, sports, brands - everything possible, really - through design." (28th)
- Joshua Davis Art - How he uses Illustrator to create amazing images. (13th)
- XML is dead! - Tantek argues that XML is not the best future storage method. (30th)
- Burned - Photos of burns victims that will move you. (30th)
- Machine's photos - The master of everyday photography and female model friends. (30th)
- Wow factor - "A showcase of the best designs on the web." (30th)
- Worst Animation Ever? - It shakes! It jumps! (30th)
- Zoom Zoom Zoom - Zoom graphics and text by combining two existing methods. (30th)
- Sharp Framing - Neat way to retain detail by using both JPG and GIF for one image. (30th)
- Layout Gala - 40 layouts from the same code! [Via Meyerweb.com.] (4th)
- Zenvironments - Illustration & Design - Too cool for words. (2nd)
- CSS Beauty. (24th)
- Gates, Jobs, & the Zen aesthetic - Great comparison of recent presentations made by Jobs and Gates that seems to sum up the different approaches of the two companies and their products. (19th)
- Opera start releasing weekly builds! - No more waiting months for a new version. (14th)
- Wow Factor - Loads and loads of interesting site links. (14th)
- Slightly interesting ant marcher demo - Their description, not mine. An animated circle using divs! (14th)
- Live DOM Viewer - I don't know how long this has been out, but it's incredible. Enter live HTML and see exactly how each browser renders it. See exactly how broken tags are repaired. You'll be surprised at the huge differences between browsers. Many actually add tags that aren't even in your code! (9th)
- Jed's Other Poem (Beautiful Ground) - Retro music video made on an Apple II+. Superb. (14th)
- Sony Reader - An electronic book that uses e-ink technology for a print-like display. (6th)
- Robert Fripp - Behind the scenes at Windows Vista recording session - A 25-minute video of Fripp working on the sound you'll hear when Windows Vista starts. Magic. (6th)
- FACE - "A way to easily bring life and interactivity to websites without having to use Flash. Completely accessible, with easy plug-and-play implementation." (Date?)
- CSS Gradients - My kind of forum post :-) (Date?)
- direction:rtl Breaks CSS Layouts In IE - Yet another IE bug. (16th)
- Cross-browser Image Fader - Too cool to miss! Pity it doesn't yet work in Opera. (5th)
- An improved CSS shadow technique - The Shape Of Days' Jeff Harrell comes up with another way to add shadows to web page elements. Superb site design too. (2nd)
- Reborn Mac mini set to take over the living room - Think TiVo-killer, think Intel-based, think iPod dock, think wow! If Apple can pull this off, it will be amazing. (And I don't even own a Mac - yet.) (2nd)
- Tracking Your Images - Stu Nicholls improves brilliantly on Eric Meyer's and others' attempts to flow text round an image. (31st)
- A Panoramic Image Scroller - No Flash - just CSS. This has to be seen to be believed. (31st)
- An Image Magnifier - Probably the best use of CSS ever. (31st)
- Vingle? - Apple set their sights on web domination. (17th)
- CSS Techniques Roundup - 20 CSS Tips & Tricks. (23rd)
- CSS Tips And Tricks Part 1 & Part 2 - Not to be confused with the ones from the W3C linked here as well. (18th)
- Thierry Image Placement - The ultimate header image replacement method? (17th)
- CSS Tips & Tricks - Brilliant! (16th)
- Vloggers get political in Norway - Hideous word 'vlog', but this is surely the future. (10th)
- iTunes 5 on Windows won't start? Here's the fix - For Windows 2000 and later. (10th)
- Digg - Hot new links rated by the users. Well worth bookmarking for the archive of older links. (7th)
- Ten CSS tricks you may not know. (7th)
- Dexigner: Great multi-column creative arts news portal. (10th)
- XHTML, http accept-header and mime-type application/xhtml+xml - How to start serving XHTML as XML using the HTTP accept header. (1st)
- @media 2005 Speakers - Mugshots of several famous web design gurus! (28th)
- Pophole: Free podcasts of superb tracks! No iPod? Just download the whole mix as MP3. Nice simple design here. (27th)
- List of User Agent Strings - I never knew there were so many different browsers! (22nd)
- Understanding Color and Accessibility - Check the comments—Joe Clark bunfight! (22nd)
- eBay coming to TiVo - "Someday soon you may be able to browse and purchase items on eBay, from your couch." (17th)
- Meyer's Archive Zeldman Test Page - It's like stepping back in time - anyone remember this? It's actually a CSS demo. (17th)
- Firewheel Design: Effective colourful layout for this design company. Superb logos. (17th)
- Browser speed comparisons. (13th)
- Subscription Small Print "If you drop your subscription, ALL of the music you've downloaded ceases to function." (13th)
- Bargains spark chaos at Ikea store launch - "A man was stabbed and would-be bargain-hunters suffered heat exhaustion as a crowd of thousands forced a flagship Ikea superstore to close on opening night." (See also.) (10th)
- Sushicam - Incredible photoblog of Japan. Just go there. (5th)
- Information Wants to be Liquid - "Kinda like Wikipedia meets hypertext... all documents are editable, and every word is a potential hyperlink." (28th)
- Mac Mini Review - A positive review looking sensibly at how the new Mac shapes up. (27th)
- Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger: Developer Overview - A technical look at Apple's forthcoming operating system - impressive. (27th)
- CSS Support in Safari - Handy list of what is and isn't supported. (27th)
- Right! It's Time to Buy a Mac - HTML Dog has it sussed in his reasons to own a Mac Mini. (27th)
- What's new in Firefox 1.1 - Coming soon - CSS3, CSS Columns, per-site styles, great! (27th)
- Internet Explorer Community RSS Feeds - Microsoft's home page says "RSS feeds for Internet Explorer. Be the first to hear about Internet Explorer news and popular downloads." Ironically, Internet Explorer is the one main browser on Windows that can't handle RSS. Chuckle. (24th)
- The New Mac Mini is All About Movies - Surely not? One view on Apple's potential future targets. "The Mac Mini would look fine on, under, near, or generally around your TV." (24th)
- OSX inventories, tips & hack collections - For anyone using or considering buying a Mac. Bookmark it! (22nd)
- Imageless Images with CSS and PHP - A PHP-to-image system called 'Dixel' which was inspired by my CSS Pencils demo! (22nd)
- X VS XP - Excellent point-by-point comparison of Apple and Microsoft's main operating systems. (21st)
- MacWorld 2005: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly - What's hot from Apple. (21st)
- New Photo Galleries - Bowman does it again. Read up on how he designed the galleries, or just enjoy the photos of his trips to Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. (21st)
- North Korea campaigns against long hair - "Important in repelling the enemies' manoeuvres to infiltrate corrupt capitalist ideas and lifestyle..." (10th)
- Rock legend earns 14p busking - No more sell out stadiums it seems. (10th)
- Airport's porn blunder - Hilarious! (10th)
- Two Photos of a Cabbage Leaf - Blogs reach a new low. 40 comments on this?! Sad. (10th)
- Justice for Nick Baker - One man's hell at the hands of Japanese 'justice'. (Note: Doesn't seem to work in Opera.) (9th)
- The Foreigner - Japan - Superb site on Japan including detailed language lessons and atmospheric photography sets. (9th)
- Who created CSS? CSS Early History - Excellent article revealing how CSS developed. (9th)
- DEC Tsunami Earthquake Appeal - Just go there and donate. (7th)
- 2004 Year-End Google Zeitgeist - Interesting lists of the most popular searches in various categories. (7th)
- Google Blog - An "insight into the news, technology, and culture of Google". (7th)
- Microsoft's Gates endures PC crash during keynote speech at US tech show - Mwuahahahahahaha! (7th)
- On WAP and Web: A matter of weight - Why WAP is even worse than HTML. (23rd)
- Aleto.ch - Remarkable design. Minimal and fresh. Check the way sections slide out. (23rd)
- Remote control CSS - Best use of CSS yet? (23rd)
- The CSS and XHTML Lab - "A collection of experiments, methods, tips and tricks related to CSS and XHTML." (23rd)
- Ten Most Persistent Design Bugs - Also called the 10 Most Wanted Design Bugs. (4th)
- Opera 7 Hack - Hide styles from Opera 7 and other browsers. (4th)
- Professional Design Researchers Run Away From XHTML - "I guess people already figured out HTML 4.01 is the future." (4th)
- Opera and "Open the web" - "A story of uninformed Opera zealots and bowing to market pressure." (26th)
- Project: Fangs - A Firefox extension showing how a web page might appear to a screen reader which reads it out. (26th)
- The Next World (Life At The Dawn Of The Gaming Century) - Super-huge screens and a total-surround dome for games - I've been waiting for something like this to become reality! (26th)
- CSS Columns - Now implemented in Mozilla! Yes, CSS columns are finally here! (26th)
- Screen Grab Confab, vol. II - Awesome samples of what people are working on. As inspiring as the CSS Zen Garden. (26th)
- Zooiblog - I love the rough-edged design and use of basic colours on this site. Love the hover graphic on links too. (I know the site is probably just done with Photoshop brushes, but I'm personally tired of seeing indentikit clean and sharp sites. We need more brave designs like this one.) (26th)
- Phono Phunk - Brilliant design. Great use of rounded corners. Why aren't more sites like this? Check the simple rollover effect on the menu! (26th)
- Spyware in Firefox? - This is causing a lot of concern on forums. (18th)
- XML 2.0 - Ideas for a simpler version of XML. (via) (18th)
- The DENG Project - A Flash browser that handles XForms, SVG, XHTML, XFrames and more, in just 76Kb! (18th)
- iPod Mania - Excellent post defending the popularity of the iPod. (18th)
- Can We Speed Up Browser Evolution? - What's wrong with the current browser model. (18th)
- Popup Blocker Test - How well does your browser do? (18th)
- Firefox 4 Chav Generation - "Firefox Explained For The Chav Generation" - Hilarious! (27th)
- Goldie Lookin Chain - Forum - Great! They have 2,521 registered members already! (At time of writing.) (22nd)
- Left Justified - Mean design for this helpful coding site. (20th)
- Common Coding Problems with HTML & CSS - Essential guide to the many bugs designers face. (Hello, IE6.) (20th)
- Webcoding Terminology - Superb beginner's guide to common web design questions. (20th)
- Web browsers - a mini-farce - IE6 the most secure browser? How other browsers can be crashed easier! (20th)
- sIFR 2.0: Release Candidate - Brilliant! Flash text replacement tool matures nicely. The future? (via) (20th)
- Google Your Desktop - Shame it's focused on Microsoft's browser, email and office programs. (20th)
- CSS Drive - Rather cool site for top CSS layout examples. Read the tutorials too. (20th)
- Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP - A range of superb applets to tweak XP, IE and ClearType. (12th)
- I hate this thing called IE - Rant with a long list of IE bugs worth noting. (12th)
- Where Opera Is Out-Browsing Explorer - "The browser market is heating up. We're getting 1 to 2 million downloads a month." (12th)
- Visionaries outline web's future - Web 2.0: Includes an idea to scan 26 million books. (11th)
- Google Print - Google can now scan your books and index the words! Where will it end? (via) (9th)
- Time to Dump IE? - "IE is a hacker's dream. Can you (and should you) drop it right now?" (6th)
- CSS Properties - All CSS 2.1 properties explained by Patrick 'HTML Dog' Griffiths. (30th)
- GEO Internationalization Tests - Test how well your browser copes with these! (29th)
- Java Programs - Superb interactive graphic pieces - who needs Flash? (29th)
- Web tool may banish broken links - If it works well, this could be an outstanding idea. (27th)
- Stuart Payne Interview - He of NiceCupOfTeaAndASitDown.com fame. Biscuit crazy! (26th)
- NiceCupOfTeaAndASitDown - "The premier web site for tea drinkers who are keen on sitting down and biscuits. Oh and cake as well." (26th)
- A9 Launch - DeWitt Clinton explains about A9, the new search engine with bells. (26th)
- Monbiot.com - Articles by socio-political Guardian columnist & author George Monbiot. (26th)
- Robosapien - Another new robot, this time affordable! (26th)
- Robots.txt Validator. (26th)
- Datafy.rb - "A tool to take a file and create a data: URI for it." (23rd)
- MOZiE - "Gecko/MSHTML Comparison Tool." (20th)
- Opera 7 Now For Mac! - Finally Opera 6 users can upgrade to the latest version. (17th)
- Opera 7 Mac Review - "Commander! Norse ships have been sighted off the coast!" (17th)
- Microsoft's turning tide may strand customers - "Delays in its 'waves' of software releases will amplify customer dissatisfaction." (15th)
- The future is... Linux televisions - "Why Microsoft's domination of the browser market won't last forever and how Linux will continue to evolve." (15th)
- My Nan Could Do Better - "Angry? Frustrated? Fed up? Want to rant and rave, whinge and complain?" (14th)
- Scrolling Bug In IE Fixed - ! (13th)
- Weblog About Markup & Style - A mature look at coding methods from Anne van Kesteren. (11th)
- Accessible Website Menu - "Provides useable content to all browsers - including screenreaders." (11th)
- Toyota's Trumpet-Playing Robots - "Designed to function as personal assistants for humans." (11th)
- Secret Google Redesign - Tabs replaced, coloured bars added... (11th)
- IE7 - IE6 beefed up. (9th)
- CSS Sprites: Image Slicing's Kiss of Death - Top article by Dave Shea on A List Apart. (6th)
- Minimizing Flickering CSS Background Images in IE6 - By Ryan Carver. (5th)
- 3 Equal-Column CSS Layout - "No tables, no absolute positioning (no positioning at all), no hacks(!), same height of all columns." (3rd)
- SmackTheMouse - Articles on web design, usability, accessibility and more. (27th)
- Abbr-cadabra - IE gets
<abbr>at last, via useful CSS trick. (26th)
- Max Width In IE Using Expressions - The best implementation of this I've seen. (24th)
- Piefecta - "A superb 3-col tableless layout." (22nd)
- Firefox Wallpaper. (13th)
- Coolest Comments System Ever - See a live preview as you type! (11th)
- Opera Goes Public, Firebird renamed Firefox - Why do Mozilla keep renaming that browser! (9th)
- CSS Support in Safari - A full list of CSS properties Safari supports. (5th)
- OmniWeb 5 Public Beta - Superb review of an exciting browser with some smart features. (4th)
- SimpleQuiz - Learn plenty from this quiz about proper markup. (4th)
- Comical Censorship News - "Watching the Censors Watch What We Watch." (2nd)
- Definition lists - misused or misunderstood? - How to use and style definition lists. (28th)
- Photos From The Philippines - Stunning shots you must see (care of Antipixel). (21st)
- Another 2 IE6 Bugs Squashed! - The Doubled Float Margin & Duplicate Indent Bugs Cured. (20th)
- Biggest ever hard drive! - "Is 1 terabtye large enough sir?" (20th)
- Liam Howlett Interview - The Prodigy return for 2004! (18th)
- CSS Tips and Tutorials - "For aspiring or veteran web designers or developers in search of useful resources."
- Smooth Scrolling Demo - Links to page sections that scroll rather than jump.
- How to target IE5/Mac only - The Double Hack feeds CSS to IE5/Mac only.
- Easy CSS Drop Shadows - Dunstan shows us how.
- Drawing With CSS - Amazing simple charts made with CSS.
- Wireframe - Original sample layouts using CSS.
- Min/Max Width In IE - Finally use this code in IE!
- JR's Pages - Loads of neatly presented RSS feeds.
- Teamphotoshop.com - "One stop photoshop for Adobe Photoshop tutorials, tips, and help."
- Tiral - "Thoughts, ideas, rants and links."
- Bryanbell.com - "Mainly design news."
- Easy Quote - "The UK life insurance, mortgage and personal loan comparison service."
- Writing Efficient CSS - article from Big John & Holly.
- Selectutorial - Another top class article on CSS.
- Stu's Site - Excellent source of new CSS demos.
- CSS Crib Sheet - Great guidelines for great CSS.
- StyleXP - Change the look of Windows XP without slowing it down.
- IMfO.ru - Russian CSS weblog well worth checking.
- The ThrashBox - Awesome demo of CSS rounded corners.
- CSS Diary - Fantastic diary with tabbed pages.
- The Meatrix - Factory farming explained in the style of the Matrix!
- The Nemesis Project - "An attempt to gather links to all the CSS information possible."
- Simon Willison's Weblog - "PHP, Python, CSS, XML and general web development."
- Float: The Theory - CSS floats clearly explained.
- Flowing and Positioning: Two Page Models - CSS floats examined in detail.
- Smoking Gun Code Demos - Includes text that zooms to match the browser window.
- CSS Layout Creator - "Generate a CSS layout for your site."
- SimpleBits - CSS and web design haven.
- Web Forum for Webmasters - Great range of interesting forums.
- CSS Tangrams - Create tangrams with CSS borders.
- CSS/Exp - "Pushing CSS to the limits."
- StijlStek.nl - "Modern webdesign met CSS en XHTML."
- Kuro5hin.org - "Technology and culture, from the trenches."
- Webmaster Blog - "All Your Web Are Blog to Us."
- Dr Web Magazine - "Webdesign HTML CSS Web-Design Tutorials."
Last updated: 15th September 2022