There is a problem in that the website is CMS generated so we don't
actually have a head that we can edit. I will double check with my
friend but I remember him saying that there was no editable <head>.
I hear what you're saying, and as always I am really respectful and am
grateful for the list's guidance, but maybe in this case I have
exhausted all other possibilities? I wonder if we can attach another
style sheet for IE, I just don't know if Drupal will create the
conditional comments for it though. There must be a plugin for that,
you'd think so.
I have been putting conditional comments in my style sheets, but I
won't do it again.
On 06/08/2009, at 11:24 PM, Adam Ducker wrote:
> Erik Vorhes wrote:
>> Whether you end up going with CSS hacks or conditional comments is
>> your decision (though I prefer conditional comments because I know
>> what I'm getting that way, and there aren't as many potential
> I second this as well, Chris. Only use a hack when you've exhausted
> all other possibilities. A conditional statement clearly will work
> for you and is a much safer approach. As a bonus it will allow you
> to still validate your styles to make sure you haven't made any
> mistakes on accident. You won't find yourself with a list of errors
> you simply ignore because you introduced them on purpose...
> -Adam Ducker (http://adamducker.com)
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