I don't do much web development, but when I do I'm often amazed that Internet Explorer still seems to disregard some elements of the CSS standards as outlined by the W3C.
- pseudo classes
- parent > child
- adjacent + sibling
- attribute[value] - cool!
- max-height, max-width
- the "peekaboo bug"
- and lots more...
Check out Dean's test page if you use IE but long for more. Or have all the developers that care about standards compliance recommended that their users switch over to Firefox :-)
(Via Ajax Rain)
Tags: web, standards, css, ie, development
posted @ Monday, January 07, 2008 8:04 PM