CSS Zen Garden returns for tenth anniversary

Designer Dave Shea has announced the return of CSS Zen Garden, to coincide with its tenth anniversary. The site was once the go-to place for seeing what designers could do with then-limited CSS when styling a provided template—for example, the original requirements state “CSS2 should be limited to widely-supported elements only”.

The revamped site will pick up where its predecessor left off, providing the means for designers to show off their skills with the latest CSS. In terms of the direction of new submissions, Shea simply asked: "Please, no garden-themed/Zen pun/self-referential designs. Let's see some originality."

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