For months I’ve been doing weekly Hangouts where I walk through the HTML Specification, and most recently the CSS 2.1 Specification. This has served as a means by which I can help others get a better understanding of the core technologies behind solid web development, as well as an opportunity for myself to retrace some of the forgotten roots of these ubiquitous languages.
Recently I wrapped up episode 20, or 0.2.0, which covered Counters, Automatic Numbering, Lists, and Backgrounds in CSS. It was a great episode since I had never actually used counters in CSS to begin with. This was one of the benefits of retracing those old roots – there is a surprisingly amount of stuff that isn’t common enough that I ever learned about it in the past.
If you want to drop through some of the older hangouts, they’re organized in two playlists: