Thimble projects are hackable webpages that allow you to complete a challenge, play a game or build something cool by editing the code of the page, and learning webmaking skills like HTML and CSS in the process.
With a single CSS stylesheet, publishers can take XHTML source content and turn it into a laid-out, print-ready PDF. You can take your XHTML source, bypass desktop page layout software like Adobe InDesign, and package it as an ePub file.
Every file is heavily commented and provides a lot of information about what code is necessary for various SharePoint functionality and content.
Have you ever wondered what are the major font types, sizes, colors, and images for SharePoint 2010? This post will cover some of the major statistics that are related to SharePoint Branding.
Turn off the ribbon positioning system that SharePoint provides and build your own one with fixed position css styles.
How to customize the global navigation with CSS and how to extend it with jQuery, in this example animating the menu.
A nifty little CSS tutorial.
Can be installed on a local machine and allows you to quickly skin a SharePoint site. Results can be exported as CSS and even as a SharePoint theme.
A little online tool that generates the CSS reqired to hide SharePoint UI elements.