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Thread: css 3

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    I don't think it is a stupid question, but you could read a bit on progressive enhancement and graceful degradation.

    A List Apart: Articles: Understanding Progressive Enhancement
    Graceful Degradation - CSS3 . Info
    Progressive Enhancement and Graceful Degradation: an Overview SitePoint

  2. #10
    Thanks for your response Snah. That was a really good read. Thanks.

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    I use a lot of CSS3 and it often works well but I also have to revert back to CSS2 for some things as Internet Explorer doesn't have full CSS3 support. Yep, I use Firefox and Chrome as well but many people don't and I can't afford for things to look wrong on a customer website.

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