"CSS: a Community Connect Town Hall" was a March 2017 interactive broadcast event. It was open to the general FANDOM public.
This Town Hall was unusual in that it had five topics delivered by just two presenters, while a special guest joined in to the "Ask-Me-Anything" session at the end.
- FishTank spoke of ways to responsibly customise the FANDOM skin, as well as understanding some best practices with CSS in templates (Slides)
- Meanwhile, CzechOut talked about general design theory (Slides), cascading and inheritance (Slides) and the need to ensure cross-browser CSS compatability (Slides)
Presentations were geared towards editors with novice-to-moderate styling skills, though more seasoned editors likely found something to mull over, as well. While each presentation was followed by a question-and-answer period relative to that talk, the event concluded with a general "Ask-Me-Anything" session. Special guests, including FANDOM's chief UX designer, answered a variety of questions about design best practices.
- CanIUse.com for CSS property implementation details
- ShouldIPrefix.com for adoption details
- W3 Schools for tutorials
- cssreference.io, a reference guide to properties
- CSS Tricks, a blog about CSS hacking
- Mozilla's CSS guide
- CSS Wikibook
- Help:CSS, Fandom's own CSS guide
- Using the Chrome Inspector (Video #1, Video #2)
- Using the Firefox Inspector (simple instructions, Firefox Web Development Tools)
- Safari: how to turn on "Inspect Element" (video), Safari Web Development Tools
- Admins can request design help from the Community Development team.