A selection of contributions celebrating 10 years of CSS.
Send (links to) your designs, hacks, poems, etc. to <email@example.com> and we'll publish the most beautiful and most interesting creations.
CSS @ Ten: The Next Big Thing by Håkon Wium Lie, in: A List Apart.
Announcement: CSS will be presented in May at the WWW2007 conference in Banff, Canada
Announcement: CSS will be presented at the Fundamentos Web conference in October in Oviedo (Asturias), Spain, in Spanish and in English.
CSS Turns 10 (The Web Standards Project)
January 2007 – press
Cascading Style Sheets turn 10, by Paul Krill (Infoworld, 19 Dec 2006)
W3C Rings-in 10 Years of Style, Launches CSS Gallery, by Brice Dunwoodie (CMS Wire, 19 Dec 2006)
Happy birthday to the Cascading Style Sheet (Gizmag, 20 Dec 2006)
Cascading Style Sheets Turn 10 (HTMLPrimer.com, 20 Dec 2006)
CSS : en dix ans, les feuilles de style en cascade ont changé le visage du Web, by Jean-Pierre Largillet (RivieraBiz, 27 Dec 2006)
Cascading Style Sheets Turn 10, by Michael Calore, with Scott Gilbertson (Wired News)
CSS souffle ses 10 bougies, by Cyrille Chausson (Le Monde Informatique)
Le W3C annonce le CSS3, by Yves Grandmontagne (Technaute)
W3C Rings-in 10 Years of Style, Launches CSS Gallery, by Brice Dunwoodie (CMS Wire)
(From 1998:) CSS Haikus. Todd Fahrner, Chris Burch, Sue Jordan, Darin McGrew, William I. Johnston, Susan Lesch and Jelks Cabaniss showed their frustration with the poor CSS implementations of the day in the form of short, 5-7-5-syllable poems on the Usenet newsgroup c.i.w.a.s.