- A collection of cutting-edge CSS-driven design demos, created by yours truly as a way of showing just how far you can take CSS in a browser that fully supports it. Some pages may look a little weird in your browser, but that's to be expected when you're on the edge...
- CSS References
- Sure, you can go get the original versions, or you could use my local frames-based wrappers to quickly find what you want. If the Sidebar Tabs (see below) aren't an option for you, then feel free to give these a spin!
- Inline model document
- A terse, but hopefully complete, description of how the CSS inline box model really works. This might become the basis for a section of CSS3, assuming I ever get around to actually writing it.
- W3C CSS2 Test Suite Prototyping
- The beginnings of the next official W3C CSS test, this one covering CSS1 and CSS2 instead of just CSS1.
- CSS Tests
- A fairly large collection of test files I've accumulated over the years. The test subjects run the gamut from CSS1 to CSS3, and are rarely if ever documented. Feel free to explore to your heart's content. Note: Eric is not responsible for anything that happens to your browser or your happiness with it as a result of your loading up these tests.
- Articles by Eric
- Local copies of CSS articles, as well as other writing I've done.
- Books by Eric
- Including Eric Meyer on CSS, More Eric Meyer on CSS, Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide, Second Edition and Cascading Style Sheets 2.0 Programmer's Reference.