[Seaside] Dev toolbar in IE

Jason Johnson jbjohns at libsource.com
Fri Oct 13 17:07:14 UTC 2006

There are whole websites dedicated to this topic.  I took the easy way 
out:  I make CSS's that only work on IE, and CSS's that only work for 
Mozzilla, and CSS's for everyone else and sniff the client to decide 
what they get.  And before you decide I am doing tons of work; 
everything but the mozilla is pretty basic and has an "upgrade to 
mozzilla" link on it. :)

Cédrick Béler wrote:
> yes and testing is boring !!! because CSS dosn't respond the same in 
> ie ...
> do you know if there are advices, workaround, things to do so as to 
> have a compatible design in ie and in all the other browser that 
> respect W3C norms. The position relative of div is not working well 
> for instance in ie. It seems it positions it outside of the containing 
> div.
> so if someone has a pointer that explain how to keep css design 
> compatible with all browser, I'll apreciate
>> This is in development only though, and I tend to side with Philippe, no
>> serious web developer is using IE for anything other than testing, where
>> the toolbar is disabled anyhow :)
>> -Boris
> Thanks
> Cédrick
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