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Anyone know of a good CSS browser quirk reference site?

Discussion in 'CSS' started by stephenbauer, Sep 23, 2005.

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    You know, a site that lists some "gotchas" or "note" type points about how the various browsers deal with certain CSS2 constructs? Most noteably Opera, Firefox, and of course IE.
    SEMrush
    This would be for general issues...not something specific like I have seen for certain style considerations (such as 2 and 3 column layouts).

    Thanks in advance,
    SB
     
    stephenbauer, Sep 23, 2005 IP
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    www . positioniseverything . net
     
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    Position is everything is excellent!

    Here is a great one: The Noodle Incident CSS Panic Guide - Browsers It is listed on P.I.E., I just noticed!

    Dithered.com has an very large collection of hacks and hiding techniques (filters), both validating and non-validating:
    CSS hacks and filters

    One more I like is Centricle with a large table of which filters and hacks work on each browser. It is good for a quich check against all browsers, IE Mac included. Will the browser apply the rule(s)?
    (Anybody got new Opera yet?)
     
    mikmik, Sep 24, 2005 IP
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    Wow. Thanks all!
     
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    expertu, that WestCiv is a deadly good site for learning (right nav). Nice, nice link!!!
     
    mikmik, Sep 26, 2005 IP
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    I actually read it almoust full ;)
     
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