Wednesday, August 24, 2005

A much better way to handle CSS hacks

When you're doing CSS in the real world, you have to handle the CSS bugs in various browsers. But don't embed them in your real style-sheets and clutter everything up. Rather, have a single CSS that has all the work-arounds, and decorate your <html> tag with multiple classes that pull in all the work-around rules. Next, use javascript to handle the injection of those classes automatically at page load! When bugs become patterns - A look at CSS Hacks

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