By William Harrel

Part of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Mobile Development For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give you more flexibility in your website’s formatting and layout, as well as letting you make global changes to all the pages on your site. The following table lists some valuable online resources for more information about CSS.

Name Description
CSS
Tutorial
This W3Schools site provides a complete tutorial and references
on how to use all CSS elements.
Cascading Style Sheets
Home Page
W3C’s CSS home page with links to gobs of information on CSS
and how to use it.
Cascading Style
Sheets
The Web Design Group to portal information on using CSS.
Dynamic Drive CSS
Library
A collection of CSS examples for creating menus, gradients and
several other objects.
Learn to
work with CSS
Adobe’s guide to using CSS with Dreamweaver.
CSS
Reference
A complete reference of CSS elements and how to use them.
CSS
Examples
This W3Schools site offers multiple examples of creating
objects with CSS.
CSS
Cheat Sheet (V2)
A quick reference guide for CSS, listing selector syntax,
properties, units, and other useful bits of information.