[thelist] A Good CSS Tips Newsletter?

gregory.john.toland at census.gov gregory.john.toland at census.gov
Fri Nov 9 17:41:28 CST 2001

Thanks to Shirley and James for the links!!!!!

Gregory J Toland
Sr. Systems Architect
CHM, Inc.
(301) 457-8058
tolan002 at census.gov

From: "Shirley Kaiser, SKDesigns" <skaiser1 at skdesigns.com>

>Does anyone know of a good CSS Tips Newsletter or email list?

Hi, Gregory,

There are a couple of exceptional newsgroups for CSS where some terrific
CSS gurus hang out and generously contribute so much time and fabulous

In addition to listing newsgroups and mailing lists, I've put together
annotated links to many of the best CSS tutorials, tips, charts,
workarounds, etc. at WebsiteTips.com that I've come across (or that people
have submitted) here, which may be helpful, too:

Here's the direct link to the newsgroups it lists what I mentioned above:

I don't know of CSS-specific email discussion lists or newsletters at the
moment, but I'd love to know of some, too. As soon as I learn of some I'll
list them at WebsiteTips.com's CSS section, too.


From: "MRC" <webmaster at equilon-mrc.com>

The W3C hosts several lists on various web-related topics [1], including
one for css [2]. They are frequented by industry heavies, who occasionally
provide insight into why their products interpret the specifications as
do. However, I should warn that these are *not* intended as "how-to" or
lists (e.g., "How do I make ul elements blue in Netscape 4.x?" would not be
an appropriate question); they are technical discussion lists that can
become very esoteric, and may induce drowsiness (so don't operate heavy
machinery while reading them). I suggest that anyone who is considering
subscribing to those lists first peruse a week or two of their archives to
see whether they are still interested.

James Aylard

1. http://www.w3.org/Mail/Lists.html
2. http://www.w3.org/Mail/Lists.html#www-style

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