Opera, Microsoft, Others Create Website for HTML5, CCS3

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sten_gn

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I don't give sh.t how they do it - I just want unified web coding for browsers.
I am sick of writing compatible code for ie6-7-8-9-10, opera, firefox, and others ...
Codding www is at the moment like chess 10 dimension or more - you have to check each move on all of the realms is it working in the same manner.
The lack of keeping standards in browsers is horrible ...
 

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There is no such thing as CCS3. CSS3 is quite correct, it means Cascading Style Sheets.
Either this article author is not English native, or writes and doesn`t look back...
 

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[citation][nom]sten_gn[/nom]I don't give sh.t how they do it - I just want unified web coding for browsers.I am sick of writing compatible code for ie6-7-8-9-10, opera, firefox, and others ...Codding www is at the moment like chess 10 dimension or more - you have to check each move on all of the realms is it working in the same manner.The lack of keeping standards in browsers is horrible ...[/citation]
Use this. Also, drop IE6 and IE7, that will cut your work to half.
 

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[citation][nom]jakall[/nom]There is no such thing as CCS3. CSS3 is quite correct, it means Cascading Style Sheets.Either this article author is not English native, or writes and doesn`t look back...[/citation]
He's American, AFAIK. I was just taking the mick out of his typo. So, definitely not the first, and infinitely better than most DailyTech articles as regards the latter.
 
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