John Allman wrote:
> Although i'm sure your piano thing worked a charm, i don't believe
> it's possible to write code that will work for every browser in every
> situation. Things like workarounds for buggy css implementations can
> be troublesome when you're doing nasty things with layers. I've
> written code that does no silly checks and works, but i dont believe
> guess i'd argue that that day is yet to come.
>> Though i'm open to the possibility that i'm wrong.
I write code myself so that even if it the browser doesn't support
For instance, http://blogs.linux.ie/kverens/ has two scripts on the
a page, and should never become actually necessary. In that case, if it
doesn't work in any particular browser, then it doesn't matter in the
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