CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is a set of rules on how to display HTML elements and controls how a page looks externally. Unlike table designs, with the help of CSS it becomes possible to separate the presentation from content.
Given below is a list of sites that is a must read for every CSS beginner
- W3C Schools - doesn’t get better when it comes from the master. Does it?
- Tizag – a good introduction to CSS and a must read for every CSS learner
- Davesite – for those who want an interactive class
- CSS Basics – formatted like a book
- Tag by Tag - easiest way to find answers to questions regarding CSS
So what do you need to get started with CSS coding?
You can start coding CSS on a simple text editor like Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Mac). However, there are other softwares that makes CSS coding simpler.
Notepad++ is one of the best free text editors for Windows
Adobe Dreamweaver (formerly Macromedia Dreamweaver) is a web development application originally created by Macromedia
You can also view the complete list of text editors on Wikipedia for more text editors.