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    IE8 and CSS clip

    As you might know, IE6 and IE7 have a separate syntax for CSS clip attribute:

    Standard CSS:
    Code:
    .myclass{
    clip:rect(0,286px,168px,251px);
    }
    IE6 and IE7 do not like the commas :
    Code:
    clip:rect(0 286px 168px 251px)
    My question is: Does IE8 keep the IE6 and IE7 behavior? Or it follows, finally the standards? I don't have (nor I don't want to) IE8 installed, so that...
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    IE8 claims to support 'clip' now. IE6/7 never did.

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    Thank your for the answer.

    Quote Originally Posted by drhowarddrfine View Post
    IE8 claims to support 'clip' now. IE6/7 never did.
    Oh, but they did. As I said, IE6 and IE7 support their own clip CSS attribute, same as standard, except for the commas between values.

    I needed to know if IE8 supports turned onto the standard now or kept the "old IE like" CSS clip behavior.
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