Christian Heilmann wrote:
> I beg to differ, there is nothing old or IE centric about this
> approach. You simply define something for a browser that does not
> understand the child selector and override/enhance it for those that
> do. That is nothing hacky or bad, it is simply the CSS equivalent of
Maybe not as brief an explanation as mine, but seems to say the same and
a bit more (unless my Norwenglish is letting me down, which happens at
> It will also not "not work in IE7" but hopefully WILL also work for
> MSIE 7, as this one does understand the selector.
That was the whole point in that part of my response, as it seems like
we'll have to use another method, 'hack' or 'graceful degradation' for
keeping 'element-dimensions' out of IE7's sight. Or else we will trigger
the 'Layout' bug that the IE-team won't fix in time for IE7-final -
according to members from that team.
Oh, well... not much of a problem, really. Plenty of selectors in CSS3.
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