The web of 2015 offers a much easier time of locating resources than the web of 2005. Dozens of web applications pop up every year with a focus on particular areas. Since many of these sites are made by designers/developers, it seems obvious that actual web design/development is one very popular area.
Stylesheets.co is a free online directory of CSS resources curated by the community. People can submit CSS resources into the site and users who sign up can then vote on these resources. The most popular items appear on the front page with the growing list of beloved CSS resources.
Right away you’ll notice the Stylesheets website is very minimalist. It’s just a simple gallery of CSS resources whether libraries, online webapps, or handy guides.
You can read more on the about page which explains the purpose of Stylesheets.co and offers links to profiles and official chat groups.
The site was created by Jamie Wilson who also released his Stylesheets code for free on GitHub.
With so many new assets every day it’s tough to rule out the significance of a website like this. Both beginners & experts alike can find some incredibly handy tools and libraries for coding in CSS.
Also if you want to support the site financially you can make a donation to help keep Stylesheets online for years to come.