An eclectic collection of links this week and, not all completely about CSS Layout. However these are the things I've found particularly interesting over the past few days.
Thanks to An Event Apart for their sponsorship of the newsletter this week. They have been a long term supporter of CSS Layout News and it's great to have them back. I'll be speaking at all of the events this year, and hope to see some of you there.
Around the web and within the CSS Working Group, there has been some discussion about whether we should specify a version of CSS — perhaps naming it CSS4. I dug through the large number of comments on the issue, and put forward some pros and cons.
In this set of new First Public Working Drafts we have Media Queries Level 5, and Conditional Rules Level 4.
When I'm not poking around at CSS, I'm Editor in Chief at Smashing Magazine, and we've released today our Ethical Design Handbook, I received a copy in the post today and it really is a lovely book to have on your shelf. More importantly it will help you to design in a way that keeps ethics at the center of what you do.
Andy Bell has relaunched his Piccalilli site with a lovely design and lots of tutorials and courses.