Matthias Gutfeldt wrote:
| --- ecd [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
| > now, on to the topic at hand: how to protect old browsers from
| > included styles? (not really sure if that's the right term)
| linked with the LINK element: external or linked stylesheet
| in the STYLE element: embedded stylesheet
| in the style attribute: inline stylesheet
embedded! yes! that's it!
| Johannes Koch lists several reliable methods to hide styles from
| broken browsers like the latest Internet Explorer version. See
that's exactly what i needed. thanks! now i'll have like 8 different <style>
elements in my <head>, each protecting the old browsers from themselves.
| > is the best way to go including the file anyway, since i
| > don't really want to work for someone who isn't online at
| > all times (though i know anyone with a laptop isn't) AND up-
| > to-snuff on the current browsers, or should i leave out the
| > fancy stuff and leave nothing for the browser to break?
| Don't let yourself be dazzled by technology. It's not proof of
| competence if someone is online all the time; it just means he's got
| a permanent connection to the internet, like everybody else nowadays.
| And using the latest browser doesn't prove it's a competent webdesign
| company; it only proves they have someone who knows how to install
right, right; i didn't really state my case clearly. i want to have A file
to send, and i want it to work EVERYwhere, and i want it to be SMOKIN in the
newest browsers. does this sound like a possibility or a pipe dream?
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