Sent by Marcelo de Moraes Serpa on 4 March 2007 23:11
I'm just starting tableless layout design. I'm on my first pure-css layout
project. While the concept is easy and the workflow in general is kind of
easier than table layouts, I'm getting really frustraded by the differences
I'm getting on my lay when I test it on both FF and IE. What I'm thinking is
to server a different css depending on the client's browser. This way I
could first layout the website on a more standard compliant browser
(FireFox) and then copy the css and start fixing the layout on IE and server
this new css if the user uses IE. I would use http header information to
detect the browser and then the backend would serve the correct css file.
What do you think?
Thanks in advance,
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