Style stage

Style Stage is a platform for CSS practitioners of any skill level to showcase their styling skills. The website provides a base HTML page for contributors to style by submitting an alternate stylesheet. It seeks to rekindle the spirit of the legendary CSS Zen Garden project that demonstrated "what can be accomplished through CSS-based design" until submissions stopped in 2013. The HTML for the page was created to be semantic, accessible, and free of nearly all other opinions. Modern CSS properties and layout behaviors, such as Flexbox, Grid, custom variables, and gradients, are showcased on the website. Contributors are required to adhere to guidelines that ensure the design is responsive, accessible, and passes accessible contrast. All who enjoy the craft of writing CSS are welcome to contribute by submitting their stylesheet. The project is maintained by Stephanie Eckles of and uses PostCSS with autoprefixer.