Like a Read It Later for CSS geeks. Curated. So you don't have to.

Source: http://harvesthq.github.com/chosen/

Chosen is a javascript plug-in that makes long, unwieldy select boxes much more user-friendly. It is currently available in both jQuery and Prototype flavors.

Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/info/developer-blog/2011/jul/15/jquery-overlay-plugin

Enter our jQuery Ajax Overlay plugin. It’s just over 300 lines of code and weighs in at 13kb (or 4kb when compressed). There’s also some corresponding CSS for styling the overlay itself.

Nice work from the The Guardian dev team.

In HTML

Source: http://joshduck.com/periodic-table.html

Nice idea to visualise them.

Source: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1070

Advanced Web Technologies: Safari introduces support for full-screen webpages, media caching with the HTML5 application cache, MathML, Web Open Font Format, CSS3 Auto-hyphenation, CSS3 Vertical Text, CSS3 Text Emphasis, Window.onError, and Formatted XML files.

In CSS

Source: http://blog.fogcreek.com/webputty-css-editing-goes-boink/
Source: http://www.webputty.net/

WebPutty is like a transmogrifier for your website

The FogCreek boyz totally rock. Their new CSS editor almost makes me wee myself with joy. I probably need to get out more.

In CSS

Source: http://www.webdirections.org/blog/css3-radial-gradients/

Articles don’t get more thorough than this. If it ain’t in here you don’t need to know it.

In CSS

Source: http://www.impressivewebs.com/multiple-borders-css/

While fiddling around with the CSS3 box-shadow property, I stumbled across a method to put a double border on a single element. I thought to myself, that’s pretty cool, but obviously, it will only work in newer browsers that support box-shadow.

Love this kind of CSS play, reminds me of the good old days…

In CSS

Source: http://www.getskeleton.com

Skeleton is a small collection of CSS & JS files that can help you rapidly develop sites that look beautiful at any size, be it a 17″ laptop screen or an iPhone

In CSS, HTML

Source: http://rathersplendid.net/home/boost-html-css-boilerplate-framework

Zander Martineau certainly has the Chops.

And now he has his own ‘rather splendid’ framework – the mighty Boost.