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Targeting Safari 3 with CSS and JavaScript: Safari3 Hacks & Filters

See also Safari 3.0 CSS3 Support Google Chrome and Safari 3.1 CSS3 Support and CSS Hack/Filter for Google Chrome and Safari 3.1 CSS Filter: Safari CSS Hack Not that Safari 3.0 on Windows is a grade-A browser yet, and not … Continue reading

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IE7 only CSS hacks: Examples

Examples of Hacks described in IE7 only CSS Hacks: Explained This blog entry is the companion page to IE7 only CSS Hacks: Explained which elaborates on how and why these hacks work. Feel free to open this page up in … Continue reading

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CSS issues and hacks for Mac IE 5

To Target Mac IE 5 only to the exclusion of all other browsers: @media hack /*\*//*/ @import "externalstylesheet.css" /**/ Mac modified Tan Hack * > html .someclass {proper\ty: value;} To Exclude Mac IE only Mac Band Pass Filter @media all … Continue reading

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IE7 only CSS hacks: Explained

Targeting Internet Explorer 7 There are at least 6 ways to target IE7 only. The Star Hack Conditional Comments The LANG filter Triple X Hack The Case Sensitive Attribute Hack – NEW Aimsterloo Hack – NEW To see all these … Continue reading

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IE8 – What you need to know

IE8 CSS Support and Rendering Mode, IE8 debugging, etc. IE8 and CSS IE8 compliance mode / preventing IE7 rendering in the IE8 browser IE8 bugs Differences between IE7 compatibility mode and IE8 IE8 CSS Hack IE8 Developer Toolbar (or Firebug … Continue reading

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Browser Detection versus Object Detection

Javascript: Things you should know Use object detection instead of browser detection Note: This is part I of a "Javascript: Things you should know" series. I assume readers have an understanding of the core language. I try to cover quirks … Continue reading

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Firebug Tutorial: Introduction to Firebug

A Firebug Tutorial This is an overview of the plugin, not a detailed explanation of all of it’s amazing features. This should be enough to get you started. Installing Firebug Opening and Closing Firebug Firebug Window Overview Edit your document … Continue reading

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Web Developer Interview Questions

Web Developer Interview Questions: The main technologies required for a web developer are CSS, HTML and JavaScript. A good web developer also needs to have a grasp of and interest in both web standards and accessibility. While most web developer … Continue reading

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Controlling List Item Bullets with CSS – ASCII bullets

Using ASCII and UNICODE characters as Bullets with CSS In non-IE browsers you can stylize lists to have any character as a bullet instead of the default bullet. You will find several sites now using the double right angle quote … Continue reading

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Vertical Centering with CSS

Centering Vertically: There are a few ways to center vertically. In terms of block level elements, the methods are quirky. Inline elements are much simpler to center: If you know the height of your containing div, and the height of your … Continue reading

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