This is a well-reasoned, thoughtful article on avoiding class names in CSS …but I don’t agree with it. That said, perhaps there’s a reasonable middle ground to be found between this extreme stance and the opposite (but in some ways just as extreme) stance of OOCSS.
An excellent piece by Stephanie on how to approach print stylesheets. I’ve always maintained that Print First can be as valid as Mobile First in getting you to focus on what content really matters.
Some thoughts on structuring your CSS for responsive designs.
David gives a quick rundown of some of the selectors we can expect to see in CSS4.
A handy little GUI for generating CSS declarations for shadows, gradients, opacity and border radius.
This is an interesting idea: paste in some markup and this will automatically generate CSS selectors based on your classes and IDs.
A CSS gallery with a difference. This one highlights sites with good print stylesheets.
A really nice stylesheet for sitemaps represented as nested unordered lists in HTML.
Typographically thoughtful themes for NetNewsWIre. Even if you don't use the RSS reader, check out the gorgeous design of this site.
Kai has written a handy little CSS diagnostic script to help you identify problems with your markup.
Stuart has an interesting take on ARAI attributes. Why can't they be set declaratively in an external file in the same way as we set styles?
Jon's helvetican theme for Google Reader.
Jina has put together an excellent series of steps you can take to keep not just nice, but downright sexy.
Tom Watson's new site design changes stylesheets with the season. More of this kind of thing please, Web.
Aaron uses image replacement on an image to provide one image for screen and another print. Very clever.
Simon has some good hands-on suggestions for mobile stylesheets.