On 30/05/2009, at 9:47 AM, Jenni Beard wrote:
> Generally these days I code for IE7, then check out Mozilla and
With respect I would suggest a different approach to the line above.
If you write standards compliant markup and CSS you will rarely have
to make significant changes to make things work in recent versions of
Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome unless you are doing something
IE is the 'problem child' so I always check it *last* and ensure that
none of the nonsense rules required to make IE work make it into the
main stylesheet. That way I know I'm working on a solid foundation and
my thinking hasn't been polluted by IE's incorrect rendering.
As far as hacking for versions of firefox etc. goes... I generally
'lessthanff3') and hanging CSS rules off that.
YMMV, different strokes etc.
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