I've learned a lot from the CSS community on-line, and now I'm visiting forums letting people now about a tool I created to give something back.
I used to use my own software to catalog my favourite CSS snippets I found across blogs and forums. Recently, I decided I'd upgrade it and open it up to the public as a web application. The site is called CSSPop.com and the premise is simple: find handy CSS snippets or submit your own.
I've designed it in a way that everyone can benefit: seekers can find beautiful CSS to use in their work and submitters can promote themselves and their skills.
My hope is that this will be a valuable extension for the CSS community, allowing more people to learn from example, showcase their work, and promote/advertise their skills.
Oh and to the moderators, if this post violates any forum rules please let me know -- or do as you wish with it .
I really like idea of good
I really like idea of good CSS snippets collated together rather than splashed out across the web. Nice work.
As a tool maker myself (see signature link) I can appreciate the effort that went into this. How long did the development take?
Moving this to 'Off Topic' as
Moving this to 'Off Topic' as it's not a help request.
Hey, glad you like it Pete.
Hey, glad you like it Pete. One of the goals of the app is to centralize the process of finding those handy snippets.
It's hard to say the actual time spent building this app as it was evenly split between building the actual application and the custom framework that I created to host it. I'd say the time spent coding the bulk of the application would of been around 5-6 weeks.
And that's a cool application you've made, very full-featured.