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Table of Contents
- Web Basics
- Publishing on the Web: Putting Files on the Server
- Web Design Process and Workflow
- Project Management
- Mark My WWWord: HTML and XHTML
- Standards Compliance
- Visual Design and the Web
- Color Theory
- Working with CSS
- How to Create CSS Menus
- How Should Web Designers Manage Layouts?
- Shining Examples of Bad Design
- Get Your Site in a Festive Mood: How to Quickly Change Styles
- Designing Mobile Web Sites
- Designing for Mobile Devices
- Books and e-Books
- Online Resources
- Meta Tags and Search
- Enhancing Web Page Interaction
- Web Graphics
- Web Page Optimization
- Overview of Servers
- Server Programming Basics
- Careers in Web Design
- Intellectual Property for Web Designers
Last updated Oct 17, 2003.
OpenWave Phone Simulator is available for free, but requires registration.
WinWAP's Smartphone emulator is another good program for free.
Pocket-Sized Design: Taking Your Website to the Small Screen — First-rate article from A List Apart discusses constraints and how to design for the small screen.
Macromedia Mobile and Devices Developer Center — Offers FAQs, downloads, and articles on developing for Windows Mobile-based devices including Smartphones and Pocket PCs.
Webmonkey's The End-All Guide to Small-Screen Web-Dev — The article explains the purpose of the guidelines and what they matter as well as provides design tips.
Blue Robot's Layout Reservoir. An excellent place to find samples of layouts with numerous workarounds and explanations.
CSS Box Lessons. From Owen Briggs, member of the Web Standards Project (WaSP), this site describes the Box Model problem and demonstrates some useful workarounds for those designers interested in working around these problems.
CSS Layout Techniques: For Fun and Profit. Another great layout resource, in which where you can not only learn from the layout CSS, but find additional helpful resources, too.
CSS Panic Guide. An excellent overall guide to CSS also from Owen Briggs.
CSS Validator. Used for validating your CSS.
CSS Zen Garden. Takes you on a peaceful tour of CSS.
A List Apart. The Web designer's Web design magazine. Filled with so many layout and CSS-related articles, it's impossible to list them all here. Cutting edge, standards-based design as well as more transitional approaches are discussed.
W3C's CSS pages. Keep up with CSS standards news, including information on evolving specifications, current specifications, helpful software, books, and related resources.
W3 Schools CSS Tutorial. A fairly good tutorial for learning CSS with a number of helpful tools and resources.