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Some of the Top Minds in the World of CSS and why you should be following their Work

  • 14th December, 2009
  • Tom Kenny
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When I started learning CSS, I did some research to find out who were the best people at the time sharing their knowledge online. I found that this was the best way of learning CSS by myself. Of course, I wasn’t learning CSS by myself, I recruited the best teachers available.

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Still to this day I follow the top CSS’ers in the business to keep up with what’s hot and now with the rise of Twitter, you can easily keep up to date with the best people in the world of CSS.

Chris Coyier

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Chris Coyier lives and breathes CSS over at his site, CSS-Tricks where you can find so many great tips and tricks that will help you with almost any CSS problems you’ll come across. He also throws in jQuery from time to time as it goes hand in hand with CSS.

Also make sure to check out his tutorial screencasts for some detailed insights into CSS and jQuery as well as any related topics.

Follow Chris on Twitter

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Inayaili de Leon

yailiYaili regularly writes for Smashing Magazine and her own blog, Web Designer Notebook mainly on the subject of CSS3. If you have any interest whatsoever in CSS3, make sure you follow her work.

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Andy Clarke

andyclarkeWhen I began looking at CSS, the first thing I did was to watch Andy Clarke’s (and Molly Holzschlag’s) CSS for Designers video tutorial series on Lynda.com. Quite simply, I wouldn’t be so confident with CSS as I am now without watching these videos first.

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Jonathan Snook

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Jonathan Snook is a web designer from Canada currently working for Squarespace. You should follow him and his work for his ability to come up with interesting solutions in CSS to solve difficult problems.

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Eric Meyer

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What would this list be if it didn’t include Eric Meyer? Incomplete, thats what. Eric is best known for his work promoting CSS as the way to syle HTML rather than using tables.

Follow Eric on Twitter

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Who do you follow to keep up to date with CSS? Leave a note in the comments below.

by @tkenny

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