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Friday, May 05, 2006

CSS Showcase Sites Multiply Like Bunnies

Big surge in traffic last week, thanks to a front page link here from CSS Drive. (Seems someone there found my article about CSS transparency noteworthy.) CSS Drive is one of the Net's many CSS design showcase sites. These sites are worth a visit whether you're seeking inspiration, trying to figure out someone's code, or just endeavouring to keep up with trends in CSS and web design.

These design galleries exist in the zillions — well, OK, maybe I'm exaggerating a bit, but several are worthy of your bookmark list. The best-known, of course, and the one that started the trend is Dave Shea's CSS Zen Garden. Others worth a look include CSS Beauty, Unmatched Style, CSS Vault, and StyleGala.

There are new CSS showcase sites almost every day. In fact, the rate at which these sites are proliferating leaves no doubt that CSS has taken the web by storm. We'll keep you posted on noteworthy new additions.

2 comments:

CyberCelt said...

Thanks for listing these CSS sites. I am trying to teach myself CSS and it is not easy. I learned HTML, but this seems a little disjointed to me.

Pam said...

Believe me, it's worth the time investment. Once you get the hang of CSS, you'll be addicted. I have some links to CSS tutorials on my WebLens web design page.