Great Resources Elsewhere: March 07 to March 14

Published March 21, 2008 by saurav.roy.

woork: Write a well structured CSS file without becoming crazy

woork: Write a well structured CSS file without becoming crazy

Antonio Lupetti offers a simple and well-thought-out article on how to construct and organize large and complex CSS files — without driving yourself insane in the process. He offers down-to-earth tips such as grouping selectors, using comments for organization, and planning out your basic requirements on paper before committing to code. This article is worth a glance even for more advanced designers.

10 CSS Form Examples | Design Shack

10 CSS Form Examples | Design Shack

Design Shack has a nice roundup of XHTML forms styled with CSS. This is a useful resource for anyone who has ever (or will ever be) charged with styling a web form. Several of the designs are downright attractive, and they’ve linked to other websites where you can learn more about styling forms, as well.

The Evolution of Websites: How 10 Popular Websites Have (And Have Not) Changed

The Evolution of Websites: How 10 Popular Websites Have (And Have Not) Changed

Samuel of WakeUpLater has a great article comparing 10 popular websites of today (Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Nike, and others) with those company’s websites of yesteryear. It’s interesting to see, for example, how Apple has been able to maintain their clean, modern aesthetic over the last decade, while still continually evolving their website to keep up with changing and evolving technologies.

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