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    Lemurs!

    Best article about x-ua-compatible I've seen so far, for or against:
    <uri:http://www.katemonkey.co.uk/article/...mur-compatible>
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    I saw the meta solution a little while ago, but paid it no attention. After the lemurs have opened my eyes, I seem to remember a time when this was the norm:
    http://www.webstandards.org/2002/12/...ing-is-stupid/

    Everybody said browser-sniffing is the devil just a couple of years ago. Now it's back in fashion?

    I always thought that a CSS pseudo-class would be best:
    bla:CSSSupports('outline') { blabla }

    Or, bla:not(:CSSSupports(':not')) .

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    The ALA article (and especially the links in it) is/are very inspiring, though, and I hope more people will read about and apply progressive enhancement in conjunction with graceful degradation. In my opinion that’s the way to go in future. Older websites may break due to newer implementations of standards and different interpretation of legacy code but with PR and GD we can at least ensure minimal accessibility of our current websites that might be old in future.

    I can still dream of a clean internet, can’t I?

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    Someone's got to. I don't know what Microsoft is dreaming of, but I think they've been eating too much cheese.

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    That'll stick it to Microsoft!


    Sigh! Just goes to show that Lemurs should be the dominate race in the world!


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