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delooch:
for all you paperless designers out there...

http://sixrevisions.com/resources/cheat_sheets_for_web_designers/

gnubler:
Thanks for that. Bookmarked.

I also use this one a lot, from the W3C website, for CSS. Lists all the selectors and examples of declarations.

http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp

delooch:
thanks!

ive been resisting css for the longest time.  most of the stuff i do is personal/for friends, i really dont get too deep into web design much anymore. Dreamweaver and basic HTML has helped me limp through what ive needed to accomplish.  This looks like a good page to get toes wet..

jezza:
You might find this useful

http://reference.sitepoint.com/css

W3C pages always seem overly complex and cluttered to me

gnubler:

--- Quote from: jezza  link=topic=2327.msg41195#msg41195 date=1221196139 ---
You might find this useful

http://reference.sitepoint.com/css

W3C pages always seem overly complex and cluttered to me

--- End quote ---


Thanks Jez. I have to agree about W3C - their sites are candidates for Worst of the Web. And they ARE the web.

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