I took some cascading style sheets classes in 2002 though the
International Webmasters Association/HTML Writers Guild.
The first class started with the basics and the second one taught how
to do real things.
The last one, an advanced course taught by Eric A. Meyer, was very
challenging and demanding. The course had quite a bit of CSS theory as
well as practice that helped me to understand why browsers behave as
they do, what should be happening, and how to try to turn things to an
Topics explored included: how selectors really work, why the cascade
and specificity can turn your hair gray, techniques to overcome
strangeness in line layout, media-specific and alternate styles, how
DOCTYPE switching can make styling easier or harder, and a few ways to
sneak past browser bugs without upsetting others.
I'm not sure who is currently teaching CSS at the International
Webmasters Association/HTML Writers Guild and what is covered now but
you could check it out at:
Also the Web Design Reference is a huge mega-reference (over 3,000
links) of information and articles about web design and development. It
has a full section of online CSS resources (plus accessibility,
usability, web standards, and many related topics are covered).
The Web Design Reference URL is:
You might also find the Web Design Update Newsletter helpful. The URL
The newsletter is a plain text email digest that typically goes out
once a week as an adjunct to the site.
All the Best,
Laura L. Carlson
Information Technology Systems and Services
University of Minnesota Duluth
Duluth, MN 55812-3009
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