Much of CSS is pretty straightforward and, I suspect, quite easy for most people to grasp. There’s font styles, margin, padding, color and what not. But there’s a wall that people will run into… that point where a number of key elements need to come together to create a solid CSS-based layout that is consistent cross-browser.
These are the six things that will help people get over the hump.
- W3C CSS2.1 Spec
- The Box Model
- Tantek’s Box model hack
- Quirks mode and strict mode
- Activating the Right Layout Mode Using the Doctype Declaration
Sizing Using Ems
- Revised Image Replacement
Sums up most, if not all, of the image replacement techniques currently in use
- sIFR 2 with documentation and sIFR 3 is in developmen