On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, Dan Romanchik wrote: > This evening (and for the next 15 weeks), I'm going to be teaching a basic > course on web design. This course is going to focus on using XHTML and CSS > instead of HTML. So, do any of you know of good examples of pages crafted > with XHTML that I can use as examples? There's a whole list of them here: http://www.goer.org/Markup/TheXPhiles/ Most of them are heavy on tech content and light on design, though. I'm not saying that's a bad thing, I'm just saying that only a few of them are going to to stand out, visually. And my personal homepage validates as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, and has a style switcher that lets you try out several different site styles. Due to feature creep, some of the styles may have some glitches, particularly in IE. Someone else already mentioned the CSS Zen Garden, which is undoubtably the most impressive site out there for demonstrating the flexibility of CSS-based web design. -- Ernest MacDougal Campbell III, MCP+I, MCSE <dougal at gunters.org> http://dougal.gunters.org/ http://spam.gunters.org/ Web Design & Development: http://www.mentalcollective.com/ This message is guaranteed to be 100% eror frea!