Selectivizr – CSS3 pseudo-class and attribute selectors for IE 6-8

selectivizr is a JavaScript utility that emulates CSS3 pseudo-classes and attribute selectors in Internet Explorer 6-8. Simply include the script in your pages and selectivizr will do the rest.

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SuperStretch! – A Vertically Fluid Layout Using CSS

Here’s a technique I created a while back that I have revisited and tidied up a bit. It results in a layout that stretches both horizontally and vertically to the browser viewport. It includes a vertical navigation bar where button heights also stretch. It works in FF, Safari, Chrome, Opera, and IE 6-8…

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CSS3 Solutions for Internet Explorer

Experienced developers understand that CSS3 can be added to new projects with progressive enhancement in mind. This ensures that content is accessible while non-supportive browsers fall back to a less-enhanced experience for the user. But developers could face a situation where a client insists that the enhancements work cross-browser, demanding support even for IE6. In that case, I’ve collected together a number of options that developers can consider for those circumstances where support for a CSS3 feature is required for all versions of Internet Explorer IE6, IE7, and IE8 – all of which are still currently in significant use…

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CSS3 support in Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8

IE-CSS3 is a script to provide Internet Explorer support for several of the popular new styles available in the upcoming CSS3 standard. How it works, if you view the page in Internet Explorer, some of the elements will be rebuilt by the script in Vector Markup Language VML, an IE-specific vector drawing language. VML supports things that are missing from IE’s CSS implementation like rounded corners and blur effects…

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cssSandpaper – a CSS3 JavaScript Library

The cssSandpaper JavaScript library looks at the stylesheets in an HTML document and, where possible, smooths out the browser differences between CSS3 properties like transform, opacity, box-shadow and others. This script is not only useful for developers who want to support CSS3 in IE which doesn’t support it in IE natively but in other browsers which implement their own vendor-specific variants of these properties…

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CSS Font Shorthand Property Cheat Sheet

In the past I’ve displayed some serious animosity towards the CSS font shorthand property. I still don’t agree with ever using font shorthand, I do think it’s important that CSS developers understand how it works. I’ve prepared a printable cheat sheet that you can download and hang next to your computer, which will come in handy in case you decide to use this property yourself, or are forced use it in a stylesheet from an inherited project…

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