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Do you use browser-specific CSS hacks?

November 19, 2009

Workarounds web designers should be aware of.

Browser – Webmonkey

Browser-specific CSS hacks have become a taboo among standards-aware web designers for good reason; ideally you shouldn’t need them. However, as long as the Internet Explorer 6 browser continues to hold significant market share, there will likely remain some cases where you need to use unfashionable CSS rules to accommodate outdated technology.

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