We're always hungry in css. It has such a great potential if done right that we don't care if the time spent making our web apps compatible and compliant is so long. We searched and saved the best tools of the month when it comes to css and came up with this great list that might make your job easier or less painful. Hacks, publications, resources and other tools sit here in this edition that follows the CSS creme of the month.
"In this day it is very common for a stylesheet to contain many times more line of code than its corresponding XHTML document. Part of the challenge of witting good CSS is not just learning the correct properties to use, but formatting and organizing your document in a way that allows for easy maintenance and speedy display bug fixes.".
"Uni-Form is an attempt to standardize form markup (xhtml) and css, "modularize" it, so even people with only basic knowledge of these technologies can get nice looking, well structured, highly customizable, semantic, accessible and usable forms." - nice job.
"With new technologies flooding the web,different tools are available with which a web designer can showcase his creativity and craft. But despite putting in the effort and sweat, numerous websites with fantastic creativity fail to get noticed. Also, the surge in designing is driving designers to dig for creativity, color schemes and layouts."
"The CSS Tinderbox is an effort to support open source web design by providing very basic, yet solid, CSS/XHTML design templates that web designers and web developers can use as the foundation for their own projects."
"To help you work with CSS, we've created a free tool called Simple CSS, which runs on Macs, Windows and Linux. Simple CSS allows you to easily create Cascading Style Sheets from scratch, and/or modify existing ones, using a familiar point-and-click interface."