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Everything You Know about CSS is Wrong! by Rachel Andrew, Kevin Yank

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Preface

It’s been over ten years since I first started to build web sites. Ten years isn’t a long period of time, but when it comes to the Web and web browsers, much water has passed under the bridge in the last decade. I can remember when Netscape 4 and Internet Explorer 4 brought us exciting new ways to embellish our web pages. I can also remember, all too clearly, the pain of trying to support Netscape 4 as the rest of the Web moved on.

Our current situation with Internet Explorer 6 reminds me of those days of wanting to move forward and use CSS for layout while also trying to support the ailing Netscape 4. On the one hand, we know that there is still a significant number of users using Internet Explorer 6; on the other, we know how much more ...

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