On 6/29/12 7:20 AM, Kevin Erickson wrote:
Hi, I am asking if anyone uses  http://ecsstender.org/ to write CSS
cross-browser code or, if not, what are you using to write CSS
cross-browser or vendor-specific code?


Short answer - I don't even try to make all browsers act alike. :)

Start with a simple design for mobile and old browsers. Add advanced CSS
inside @media queries or qualified by :root. Enhance IE 7 and 8 if you need
to with rules governed by conditional comments.

This is my version of "progressive enhancement." YMMV.

Looking at the documentation for eCSStender suggests to me there's going to
be a severe performance hit on page load. I hope I'm wrong.
--
Cordially,
David


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