CSS

I’ve been looking at alternative ways of including browser-specific, or conditional, CSS (for any browser or version, not just IE) into the primary stylesheet. Found some interesting stuff:

http://cssuseragent.org/test/demo.html
http://www.conditional-css.com/

Anyone know of any other techniques besides these?

Todd


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Hi Todd,
I was looking at -prefix-free other day which automatically expands unprefixed properties to include all of the vendor specific ones as well;
http://leaverou.github.com/prefixfree/
Regards,
Tim.

On 24 Oct 2011, at 03:46, Todd wrote:

Anyone know of any other techniques besides these?

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I was looking at -prefix-free other day which automatically expands unprefixed properties to include all of the vendor specific ones as well;

Nice. Of the ones I’ve been looking at this looks the most promising.

Thanks Tim.

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