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Mozilla CSS3 and the W3C validation

Author:
Peter Boughton
01/22/2009 04:12 PM

> I thought the browser specific '-moz' was considered good, standard > practice these days? Using browser specific anything is never good practise. Especially browser specific things that are named after a browser. Might be the only way to achieve something sometimes though, so... > And is there any simple trick that would allow me to keep the > functioning, Mozilla specific CSS3 features and still get a passing > validation from the W3C tool? Your main stylesheets should have the standards version only. Create [stylesheet-name].[browser]fix.css for any browser-specific fixes. (e.g. "main.css" has "main.iefix.css", "main.mozfix.css", etc.) Then, as browsers fix things, you can just reduce/remove the fix files whilst leaving your main stylesheets untouched.


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