> Hi everyone... I have a quick question... Does anyone know of a good
> resource that will let me know what CSS is supported in which version of
> I have a client I'm starting on this week and they want EXTREME backwards
> compatibility to versions 2 & 3 browsers as well as all the accessibility
> things I can do along with aural style sheets, early browser SS, print SS,
> and such...
> Obviously I won't be using CSS-P for this site...
Au contraire, as they say. Assuming CSS-P refers to positioning and so
forth (I've never seen the term defined), you certainly can use it.
"Backwards compatibility," in my book, means the content is accessible
no matter how old your platform is - for which CSS is great. The
ability to turn off stylesheets for older browsers - as with @import -
is also extremely useful here. And browsers that don't supprot css at
all will get optimally accessible information, assuming your markup is good.
If, on the other hand, by "backwards compatibility" they mean it _looks
the same_ no matter how old your platform... well, they shouldn't be
looking to the web if they want that kind of extreme control over