Question about cross browser compatibility of max-width
Sent by Skip Knox on 8 April 2010 15:03
A search on "max-width ie" scoped to within the last year returns numerous
results, including this one:
If you wanted to be really thorough you could do the same for Safari and
Opera, just to check.
Boise State University
On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 9:00 PM, David Laakso
> Claude Needham wrote:
> > Some time, in the now distant past, I tried using max-width in a css
> > The behavior was so quirky across browsers that I solved it another way.
> > The numerous code samples suggested on this list lead me to believe that
> > the situation has changed and that max-width is a very functional
> > So I guess the question is: Are there any "gotchas" to look out for?
> > Or, perhaps standard cross browser considerations when using it.
> > I don't intend to go hog wild with it, but max-width could certainly
> > have its place.
> > Thanks for any input.
> > Claude
> Most anything has its time and place. Support for same -- among some --
> sometimes lags. You can join the avant-garde . Or, you can wait. It has
> always been your call, and it still is your call.
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