From CSS Discuss
The emphasis of css-d is on the practical use of CSS. See Posting Guidelines and the list's charter and policies:-
Some topics are off-topic for css-d, for example:-
- mark-up questions
- the future direction of CSS
- comments on and criticism of the CSS Recommendations
- Browser Detection (aka sniffing)
- Java Script or other client-side scripting
- Server-side scripting (eg. JSP, ASP, PHP, Perl, SSI etc.)
- Css Editors
- image formats
- accessibility and usability
- web standards
...although you might find limited information about them on this Wiki where they impinge on the practical use of CSS.
Places where it would be appropriate to discuss such things and ask questions about them:-
- Webdesign-L - "technical, cultural, political, economic and artistic aspects of web development and design" - including mark-up questions.
- Web Standards Group (WSG) - "for web designers and developers who are interested in web standards (HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, XSLT etc.) and best practices (accessible sites using valid and semantically correct code)."
- Evolt's thelist - anything Web-related
- Web hosting Wiki web resources
- comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html - HTML newsgroup
- comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets - newsgroup covering more general CSS topics than css-d
- firstname.lastname@example.org - list run by W3C on the future direction of CSS, including discussion of CSS2.1 and CSS3. Many standards contributors hang out here. Very specialist but the archives can be useful.
- Web AIM - for anyone interested in discussing Web accessibility issues.
- Web Standards Group's CMS list - "basically anything to do with content management and content management systems is up for discussion".