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"CSS Hacks" and browser support

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http://centricle.com/ref/css/filters/That's a list of CSS hacks and which browsers support them. I thought this might perhaps be useful to some of you?In addition there's the IE Conditional Comments which are xhtml/css valid, as they are read as comments by all other browsers and the validators.
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I think this should be pinned, or it will soon vanish in the back of this forum.I would also like to add some sites that have a lot of CSS things demonstrated on them:http://www.quirksmode.org/http://cssplay.co.uk/http://alistapart.com/or better yet, seehttp://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/learningfor a list of such sites and more.

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I think this should be pinned, or it will soon vanish in the back of this forum.
Whoops. Didn't I? Well, now I did...
I would also like to add some sites that have a lot of CSS things demonstrated on them:http://www.quirksmode.org/http://cssplay.co.uk/http://alistapart.com/or better yet, seehttp://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/learningfor a list of such sites and more.
Yeah, I already linked to cssplay in the CSS Tutorial thread (forum introduction). But it's better if we put CSS resources in this thread I think...

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Does anybody have Opera support for CSS?My site looks really messed in Opera.

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thanks to u....... :)
Um... what? What's with the eyeroll? :)

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http://centricle.com/ref/css/filters/That's a list of CSS hacks and which browsers support them. I thought this might perhaps be useful to some of you?In addition there's the IE Conditional Comments which are xhtml/css valid, as they are read as comments by all other browsers and the validators.
The link to IE Conditional Comments did not resolve. A quick search for ie conditional comments in the search box provided returned this link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537512.aspxI'm not sure if that is what your link was to but there is plenty of info there.

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WOW!

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WOW!
I would like to know if there are any know ie hacks for the box-shadow property for CSS3... -moz-box-shadow:5px 5px 12px #000; -webkit-box-shadow:5px 5px 12px #000;are two properties that I used to get it to work in mozilla (firefox), safari, and chrome. Just let me know!

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As a reaction on the use of conditional comments, in my opinion they are not "cross-browser", strictly seen. They just enable the use of non cross-browser code, to work only in a certain browser or in all others.I try to make use of a real cross-browser sollution instead myself, if I may say. This is what makes it hard though, some things just cannot be done, and I have a few examples too. Right now again I'm confronted as a matter of fact. Very often one browser, specifically Internet Explorer, gets shouted and sweared at..

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