Dave Silvester wrote:
>Did anybody think my method of having a single IE fix conditional stylesheet
>and using the regular IE version parser hacks/filters inside it was a good
>No need to change any registry keys at all, works with multi-IE setups
>straight off (can test 5.0, 5.5 and 6.0 simultaneously), keeps the number of
>files down to a minimum, and can easily be surgically removed later.
>I think it's the most graceful solution, but I'd be interested to hear from
>anyone with any thoughts on the matter?
I'm guessing that some people won't like this solution because many see
the whole point of conditional comments as avoiding having to use any
hacks at all. But I don't think there's anything technically wrong with
it. It certainly would make it easy to remove IE hacks at a later time
(in, like, 12 years ;-)).
I personally don't use a solution like this because I like to keep
everything in one CSS file. Makes it easier for me to keep track of all
my styles and debug and edit. It's just a personal preference though.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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