>I'm interested in the seemingly simpler SBMH, but there's been a lot of
>discussion here about what is and isn't necessary for it to work with
>Can anyone summarize the SBMH and explain where it works and where it
>Also, if this SBMH is indeed a better or simpler method, why isn't it
>documented at http://pixels.pixelpark.com/~koch/hide_css_from_browsers/
>which has become the well-known authority on hacks?
I'm hoping for some more replies to this one. Only one person offered a
summary, which was written by Andrew Clover. That summary is good as far as
it goes, but judging from all the recent posts there clearly are other
issues with this hack.
So, can anyone summarize the hack and its benefits and issues, where it
works and where it doesn't? And does anyone know why that canonical source
of browser-hiding-hacks doesn't have the SBMH? (Is it that SBMH hasn't been
tested enough, or that there are in fact problems with it in some browsers?)
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