So my css and xhtml almost validate, except for two things:
1) The third line here validates in CSS3 but not in CSS2.1 -
a) does that matter?
b) the overflow-y is the only way I've found to stop the page jumping
around in IE8. Maybe somebody else has a better solution?
/* forces scrollbar visible to prevent position jumping in Firefox
overflow-y: scroll /* forces scrollbar visible to prevent position
jumping in IE8 */
My style rules for IE6 using the underscore hack, e.g.:
I didn't really want to create a separate stylesheet for IE6 but maybe I
should if I want validation. What would you do?
Any help, advice, comments or suggestions - and please no abuse about
using hacks in the first place - would be gratefully received.
P.S. what really are the advantages of being compliant? I hear it's
better for SEO and I like the idea, just from a professional pride POV
but why be compliant. Do a couple of underscore hacks pose a problem?
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