I’ve had a couple of emails from people asking for some good CSS resources. Here are my recommendations:
One story: "A Web Designer’s Journey" by Jeffrey Zeldman chronicles a CSS redesign in five easy pages.
One book: "Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide" by Eric Meyer is just what it says it is.
One list: "css-discuss: Practical discussions of CSS and its use" is a discussion list set up by the aforementioned Mr. Meyer. Theoretical musings are frowned upon. Nitty-gritty "how do I…?" questions are actively encouraged.
One website: "Glish.com: CSS layout techniques for fun and profit" by Eric Costello has tutorials, techniques and layouts for you to play with.
One bookmarklet: Tantek.com’s "Toggle CSS". Actually there are loads, they’re all useful and they’re not called bookmarklets, they’re called favelets. So there.
One validator: "The W3C CSS Validation Service". natch.