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"Ketchup is a slim jQuery Plugin that validates your forms."
Pros And Cons Of 3 Popular CSS Meta Frameworks "Frameworks like 960 and Blueprint focus on how things look and where they are placed on a page. [Meta] Frameworks like SASS and Less focus on the logical representation of styles and the augmentation of the CSS language."
Wow, there's a whole lot more going on about HTML5 politics than I want to know about. The Widening HTML5 Chasm.
And why didn't I know that there was a CSSquirrel Comic? SVGorillas and rgba jokes!
Eric Meyer is posting lots of feedback on the WaSP Community CSS3 Feedback 2008. Both of those links help explain the rationale, limitations and functionality of whatever the hell they're saying over at the CSS Working Group.
The $300 Million Button How Changing a Button Increased a Site's Annual Revenues by $300 Million
Design Meltdown An incredible collection of examples of design principles, elements, techniques, color usage and site types.
Yesterday was CSS naked day. A demonstration of what an HTML document should look like without styles - readable, semantic, properly structured.
See the Annual CSS Naked Day site by Dustin Diaz, to learn more.