Manage multiple Git checkouts with the worktree command
In all but the most basic of web site designs developers will invariably encounter situations where Internet Explorer requires a good kick in the CSS before it’ll render the page in the desired way. Often, a quick fix is applied in the shape of an IE specific external stylesheet, hidden from other browsers with conditional comments:
Hang on a moment, just double checking that title! Internet Explorer 6? Defence?
HMV’s recent sale has had some great offers on albums from £2.99! I decided to take advantage, making an order for a total of 7 CDs from their web site.
Developers have long been using PNGs to create semi-transparent backgrounds showing content through from underneath. There are, however, a number of disadvantages to this technique. It causes another HTTP request to the server, sometimes causing the page to be, momentarily, unreadable if the background colour does not work well with the text colour and, of course, IE6’s lack of native support for semi-transparency in PNG24 or PNG8.
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