I get a good amount of requests asking me to do things like exchange links or mention a specific piece of content. Normally I don’t respond, since the majority aren’t worth talking about, but a couple of days ago I had a request from Rich McIver asking me to take a look at a list of 100 Free CSS Resources. I did take a look and there are a lot of very useful resources worth calling to your attention.
The links are organized into nine categories
- Getting Started
- Code Libraries
- Browser Bugs
Some of the links like the W3Schools CSS tutorial are likely familiar to you, but many such as the list of sites detailing browser bugs, sites with tools to help you clean up your code, or the code libraries might be new to you. While I’ve visited a number of the sites listed here quite a few were new to me.
There are even a few applications listed that can help you pick a color scheme like the one from Colors on the Web. I’m not quite sure how they fit with a list of CSS resources, but I don’t care. Anything that can help me better select a color scheme for a design is something I want to know about.
I guarantee there’s going to be something on the list you’ll find useful that you don’t already know about and even if you are familiar with a lot of these it’s always nice to have them all stored in one place. It’s definitely worth a look and I’m sure you’ll find at least a couple of new favorite sites.
Download a free sample from my book, Design Fundamentals.