[thelist] What's a good newbie CSS List?

Felix Miata mrmazda at ij.net
Wed Jun 7 10:13:49 CDT 2006

On 06/06/07 10:13 (GMT-0400) Debbie Pomerance apparently typed:

> I just subscribed to css-discuss and I must admit it is a bit intimidating.
> After reading their posting policy I immediately went to the archives to do
> some searches and I cannot find a way to search across months.  Doesn't seem
> to be a way; however, they certainly recommend searching before posting (as
> well they should!).  I can see lurking on this list to pick up pointers -
> but not to post at least for now.

Most of what you'd be searching for should be covered on the css-discuss
wiki. Don't be afraid to post and say what you're looking for doesn't
seem to be covered there - if it really isn't. The list mom really does
like to see n00bs post good questions.

WSG and WD are lower traffic options, but for pure CSS help, css-d is
probably the best.

An easily searchable alternative is Usenet:
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