CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) give web designers unprecedented control over the layout and presentation of their web pages. CSS also gives designers the ability (provided the page is built with good markup) to use the same page for different delivery channels with reliable and understandable content for the end user. These links are to pages and web resources to help with CSS issues or to provide stimulation for your own designs.
Code Beautifier: CSS Formatter and Optimiser
Code Beautifier: CSS Formatter and Optimiser is an on-line CSS parser and optimiser which will take you style sheet from a URL or or direct input and optimize it to reduce download time and improve browser performance on your web site.
css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Design
The css Zen Garden invites you to relax and meditate on the important lessons of the masters. Begin to see with clarity. Learn to use the (yet to be) time-honored techniques in new and invigorating fashion. Become one with the web.
What is this? It's a challenge, an experiment, an exploration, a rough map of where we haven't been. It's a search for new ways to approach Web-based design. It's a cry for creativity, and a stab at innovation. It's a playground and a proving ground. It's a rejection of what's practical in favor of what's possible.
CSSBEAUTY is a project focused on providing its audience with a database of well designed CSS based websites from around the world.
Can you take a simple list and use different Cascading Style Sheets to create radically different list options? The Listamatic shows the power of CSS when applied to one simple list using samples from Eric Meyer, ProjectSeven, SimpleBits, Jeffrey Zeldman and others.
Stylegala is an online resource and inspiration guide for web agencies, designers and developers who take interest in websites that combine the powers of design, web standards and CSS.
Unmatched Style is a constantly growing community dedicated to acknowledging those who have made exceptionally gorgeous web sites, using the methods we feel to be the only acceptable way.
W3C CSS Validation Service
A free service that checks Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in (X)HTML documents or standalone for conformance to W3C recommendations.
To have your link added here it should be informative and helpful to web designers, and strike me as more than just an advertisement for some specific web design tool.