Of course there's the spec, but personally I use this reference more:
it's nice because it just has the basics. and the page has been up for a
while, so most of the things it covers are actually fairly well supported
by the common browsers. _plus_, it conveniently has one simple table of
At 02:31 PM 2/26/2002 -0800, jeff kiesel wrote:
>recently someone posted on here some shorthand css for
>font-family, line-height, etc. that was awesome! i
>forget who it was but thanks. anyway, where can i
>find more information about shorthand css? everyone
>is probably gonna send me the spec, but does anyone
>have some examples on their site that are more
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