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August 15, 2006, 9:46 am
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I'd like to use some CSS3 properties like box-sizing and opacity. It's
poorly supported, I know, but the content will not 'break' if I don't use it
(a nice degrade is always a must).
Now, if I try to validate my pages, W3C nags about them being a
non-existent. Offcourse, I can ignore the validator if I know better, but
I'd like your input on some questions:
1. Is there a way I can 'tell' the UA it's CSS3? (maybe even add a seperate
css for CSS3 properties). Something along the line of <link rel="stylesheet"
href="URI" type="text/css" version="3.0" />
2. Will rendering be 'quircky' if I add properties like this, or will the
page (was is otherwiose fully standards compliant) be rendered the same?
Thanks for your input,
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