[wp-hackers] Revised Login Form Complete!

Michael B miklb.online at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 17:41:50 GMT 2006

Got a link to that CSS wiki?

On 9/11/06, Charles <lists06 at wiltgen.net> wrote:
> >> ... I'd much rather have a conditional comment for IE, so that
> IE-specific stuff only gets downloaded by IE, than bloat all of the CSS
> with
> hacks.
> >
> > I agree, I think that browser specific stylesheets are a great way to
> handle this. It keeps the main stuff clean and only burdens browsers that
> don't behave properly. *Much* better than mucking up the CSS with a bunch
> of
> hacks.
> That's generally frowned upon since it requires browser-sniffing (which is
> bad).
> "Hacking" doesn't always have a negative connotation.  Hacks to handle
> browser-specific exceptions are well-known and well-documented, and
> generally add only a few bytes to a stylesheet.  The CSS wiki also points
> to
> (sometimes tricky) ways to avoid browser-specific CSS hacks.
> -- Charles
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