Here is a roundup of helpful CSS sites from the Internet. First up CSS Basics:
CSS Basics is setup like a college textbook, with chapters of information so you can learn at your own pace. You can also download or print the whole collection for use later. Chapters include an introduction to CSS, Syntax, Divisions, and much more. Each section provides the code that corresponds to the lesson. The best part? The whole thing is free, so check it out.
Next up is CSS Warp, this tool is really fun. It allows you to generate the code for warped text. I really like the aesthetic layout of the site, as well as the additional features such as kerning and lineheight. Also, it has a font palette which gives you a great selection of fonts to choose from.
This new take on powerpoint is really fun from impress.js. Utilizing the “power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers”. The tools on their site allow you to create visually appealing presentations viewed through a browser. You can read more and check out the details.
Last but not least, is this CSS Cheat Sheet from Leslie Franke’s blog. The page is broken down into different sections, including border, font, text and position. This a good tool as you started in CSS.
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