*update* Apprently they have redesigned this site for whatever reason. Which is really good, because their old site was simply a ripoff of (tribute to?) WSU. It’s hard to be creative when someone tells you to rip a site’s design off. I have been working on this project since last fall through ISU Extension IT. […]
Use them properly. Isolani does a great job with a succinct, easy to understand Guide to creating accessible, structured tables for your tabular data (the only thing for which you should be using tables).
Forms are usually pretty messy to deal with in a pure CSS layout. They look very nice in tables, but are rather hard and hackey to deal with without tables. The Man In Blue , along with Eric Meyer came up with some very pretty ways of dealing with Accessible, Semantic, Table-less form layouts
Here is a well put article by D Kieth Robinson on how to learn to be a Web Designer. It is fairly reminiscent of part of a presentation I gave on Web design (to a bunch of 7th graders ;)). Here’s the main point I think: So what does it take to become a successful […]
A nice resource by Dave Shea (with colaboration from the Web community). Helpful to have on hand when developing a site with CSS. CSS Crib Sheet