There are so many things to keep track of when you're learning CSS. I've found it helpful to keep similar tips and examples together so I can find them quickly. Here's my "cheat sheet" on images.
All right. I've done it. Sort of. I finally finished my first CSS designed site. It took me two days and half a bottle of Tylenol to accomplish what I used to whip off, half-asleep, in two hours. I also had to apologize to my kids twice and my husband once for snapping at them. I don't foresee my mood improving anytime soon.
Alright. I'm going to do it. I have a mockup due on Monday and I've been dragging my feet for a week, browsing the web for neat design ideas, lurking in forums, reading tutorials, puttering away. I even cleaned my four year old's room today rather than start, so I must really be desperate. However, I finally figured out why I've been procrastinating.
Here's a terrific CSS beginner's tutorial on 456 Berea Street. It's a two-part series on "CSS Tips and Tricks," with a possible part three somewhere down the road. It's one of the best, most succinct tutorials on CSS I've come across. I actually printed the whole thing out and am keeping it on my desk for qui