Style Sheets Resources - Web Center
Use style sheets to set the stylistic elements (color, font sizes, font styles, and more) of your web pages. You can use an external style sheet to control the look and feel of your entire website. This makes it easy to change colors and other styles for web pages in your website without needing to individually edit the <font> tags on each web page. In addition, the <font> tag is a deprecated element and therefore it won't be included in future versions of XHTML and newer browsers may not recognize the <font> tag.
- W3 Schools - CSS Tutorial (tutorial)
- Web Monkey - Stylesheets Guide (tutorial)
- Web Design Group - Cascading Style Sheets (tutorial)
- CSS: The True Language of Web Design - Part I: The Separation of Presentation from Document Structure (article by Molly E. Holzschlag) - This is the first column in a series that will introduce fundamental ideas, syntactical conventions, and design inspiration regarding the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
- CSS: The True Language of Web Design - Part II: Primary Concepts and Methods found in CSS (article by Molly E. Holzschlag) - This article is the second in a 2-part series. It focuses on primary concepts and methods in CSS.
- University of Minnesota Duluth - Web Design Resources: Cascading Style Sheets (resources) - Extensive list of links to online CSS resources.