Most of the stuff here is made as separate files, meaning they do not include the site layout, but are self-contained examples. I have redone all the old examples into this format, to remove the extraneous information. If you spot a problem with any of these, please let me know.
A-must-read for web standards newcomers, this is a comprehensive explanation that would help you fight your way through the mess of bugs in Internet Explorer (both 6 and 7).
An easy way to create flexible rounded submit buttons for forms.
An out-of-the-box tabs: each item visually overlaps with its neighbours, thus making it hard to create rollovers.
This was originally done as response to a CSS challenge. I have used it quite a few times since then, with very nice results. Currently in use as the main navigation of this site.
This is a set of regular tabs, combined with raised slanted tabs, thus having to deal with tabs of variable height but keeping them all on the same baseline.
The CSS and HTML for the creation of typographically correct grid-based designs. Bread and butter.
Simple layout that imitates frames, created for the HTML interface of CD/DVD publication.
Great thing for the splash screen, independent of the screen size, as it uses all it can, even 100% of the window if the content can't fit.