Here are some resources that I’ve found quite helpful when designing for the web.
- For those of you who want to learn more about making W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) valid web layouts, check out glish.com. They’ve got some gret resources about using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and Flash as well as a lot of information on making web designs work in multiple browsers.
- If you have just written a site and want to discover what is not valid (according to the latest W3C requirements), use the W3C Validator, http://validator.w3.org to test it’s validity.
- If you want to learn how to use CSS to it’s extreme, check out The CSS Edge. Eric Meyer shows what is possible when pushing the edge of CSS design. Try loading the page in Netscape so that you can use multiple stylesheets.
Those links mostly deal with CSS and using CSS to make a layout that looks like tables were used, but, in reality, they aren’t.