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Tag: CSS3


Through this article on A List Apart, I came across a new project called eCSStender, which aims to make it easier to implement and test new CSS features across different browsers using JavaScript. As a side effect it can also be used to avoid having to fork your CSS code if you want to use cutting edge CSS features that are not yet available in all browsers.

I wonder how this compares to IE7.js… Well, I know IE7.js has already saved me from at least some parts of the IE compatibility nightmare on two of my more recent web projects, so, for now, I’ll stay with what I know.

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