By Joe Brinkman on
8/25/2008 12:57 AM
Anyone who has spent much time working with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) has discovered that each browser has slightly different support for the various CSS versions. To further complicate CSS usage, each browser has a different set of bugs and/or understanding of what a particular standard requires. Internet Explorer is definitely the worst offender and the furthest from fully and faithfully supporting CSS 2.1. While support has been steadily improving between versions, it is still not on par with other modern browsers.
Typically, designers use a number of different hacks to target CSS at specific browsers in order to work around the inconsistencies. The process generally starts with a skin...