At 3:01 PM -0400 8/4/05, Al Sparber wrote:
>From: "Steve Clay" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
>> Thursday, August 4, 2005, 1:40:16 PM, Eric A. Meyer wrote:
>>> Another good discussion would be on hack management-- what are
>>> some good ways to organize style sheets so that hacks are easy to
>>> maintain? A good starting point might be for people who have
>> * Supposedly behaviors persist even when JS is disabled. Still true?
>No. This, combined with Eric's post should end the thread, perhaps?
Well, that branch of it, since we don't know what IE7 will or
won't do with regard to JS and behaviors. (Some of us know what beta
1 does, of course, but nobody knows what the final release will do.)
Hack organization is still a worthwhile topic, I think, unless it
devolves into arguments or gets too far into scripting. Which, for
the record, I do not consider conditional comments to be.
Eric A. Meyer (http://meyerweb.com/eric/), List Chaperone
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