CSS tutorials



Hello! I'm Justine and first of all, thank you for visiting this website!

It's my little project I started 1.5 yars ago due to my CSS fanlisting and managed to finish just now. The thing is, I always wanted to finish it, but I lacked motivation. In fact, it's been quite a few crazy nights sitting till 3 A.M. and writing the main tutorial as well as this site itself (knowing I have to wake up at 6 A.M. later; oh those awesome headaches during the day). But, whew, it's ready, and I'm happy!

What's the purpose?

The purpose is simple. I love CSS, and I love coding in CSS and (X)HTML. And I love cross-browser valid layouts. That's why I want to share some part of my knowledge with others. I love to explain these things, I love to help people and spread the CSS love (and table hate; seriously, I hate tables, but sadly a lot of things wouldn't be possible if not tables).


Due to my work I have all the main browsers installed, and even though the layouts usually look the same, maybe not exactly the same, but pretty much the same, it's worth having them all. I may assure you, if you mess something up, it's possible for each browser to show something in a totally different way (example: floats' errors). Well-written, 'professional' layout must be cross-browser valid. Period.

FireFox · Google Chrome · Opera · Apple Safari · Multiple IEs*
*(a pack with all previous versions of Internet Explorer 3.0 - 6.0)

Please take notice that the site is still in the stage of development

and so, many things are still lacking, but will be added in time. That does for both tutorials and site's technical stuff.

May 2nd, 2010 New tutorial added, id vs. class, which one when? Check it out!