CSS Zen Garden is 10 years old, open for business
May 7, 2013 10:27 AM Subscribe
Today is the 10-year anniversary of the CSS Zen Garden
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Originally created to showcase and inspire the kind of design possible with CSS2 and standards-based design, the CSS Zen Garden
is 10 years old today.
The garden has been closed to submissions for a while. However, in honor of this anniversary along with pressure from designers asking when it will reopen, David Shea has reopened the doors. Instead of copying the CSS and HTML from the site, the codebase is up on Github
if you want to grab a copy and start work.
New guidelines urge you to think about making new submissions responsive, and "Webkit-only designs will be discarded with prejudice."
Standards have changed somewhat. The original requirements
specified that designs must work in "at least IE5+/Win and Mozilla." Your new list: IE9+, recent Chrome/Firefox/Safari, and iOS/Android.