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CSS Hacks and Tips For Multiple Browsers And Detection
By: Ian Roberts
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    CSS Hacks and Tips For Multiple Browsers And Detection

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    More and more web developers are ditching tables and coming round to the idea of usingCSS to control the layout of their site.With the many benefits of usingCSS, such as quicker download time, improved accessibility and easier site management, why not?

    The problem with CSS

    Historically the main problem with using CSS has been lack of browser support. This is no longer the case as version 5 browsers, which all have good support for CSS, now account for over 99% of browsers in use.

    Instead, the problem is that browsers can sometimes interpret CSS commands in different ways, causing developers to throw their arms up in the air and switch back to pixel-perfect table layouts. Fear not though, as you learn more about CSS you'll gradually start to understand the different browser interpretations and realise that there aren't really that many.

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