Learning CSS

Con­fer­ences & other events (Also available as Atom news feed)


  • 2018-06-14 The CSS Days 2018 in Amsterdam are
    this year on 14 & 15 June (with workshops on the 13th). The
    first day’s theme is user interaction. Speakers include Eric Meyer
    and Greg Whitworth.

  • 2016-07-12 Ilya Streltsyn
    (Russian: Илья Стрельцын) collects surprising, but beautiful things people do with CSS. (He has
    similar examples for SVG and JavaScript.) The page is in Russian,
    but just follow the links from the pretty pictures, or use Google’s translation.

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Articles & tutorials in English (Also available as Atom news feed)

Non-English articles & tutorials

العربية/Arabic

беларуская/Belarusian

See separate page.

Català/Catalan

简体中文/Chinese

繁體中文/Chinese (Traditional)

Dansk/Danish

Deutsch/German

See German page.

Ελληνικά/Greek

Suomi/Finnish

Français/French

See separate page.

עִבְרִית/Hebrew

Italiano/Italian

日本語/Japanese

한국어/Korean

Nederlands/Dutch

Norsk/Norwegian

Polski/Polish

Português Brasileiro/Portuguese
(Brazilian)

Русский/Russian

See separate page.

Shqip/Albanian

Српски/Serbian

Español/Spanish

Türkçe/Turkish

Українська/Ukrainian

Discussion fora

Mailing lists and Usenet News groups.

  • 2003-09-30 AccessifyForum.com
    offers several discussion fora on accessibility, which also deal
    with the role of HTML and CSS.

  • 2003-03-21 CSS Creator is a
    Web-based forum for people interested in Web development using
    CSS. The site was created by Tony Aslett.

  • 2002-02-04 Css-discuss@westciv.com
    is a mailing list for Web authors to discuss real-world use of
    CSS.

  • 1997-03-20 The Usenet News
    group comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets is intended for
    the discussion of Web style sheets.

  • 1995-05-09 The (archived) mailing list <www-style@w3.org> is for technical discussions
    focused on developing and maintaining the CSS specifications.

Books in English

A selection of books on CSS (in no particular order). Note that
I have not read most of them.

Non-English books

Deutsch/German

See separate page.

Français/French

See separate page.

Nederlands/Dutch

Português Brasileiro/Portuguese (Brazilian)

Secondary resources

Resources that catalogue links to other resources. (Which makes
this list a tertiary resource… )

The slides of all (public) presentations given by W3C staff can
be found on the W3C Talks page.

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