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Published by Chris Coyier

Just how many classes can you apply to a single element?

Kilian Valkhof finds out with some javascript. Opera and Safari, 4000ish. FF and IE7, 2000ish. So the answer:

Way more than we’ll ever need.

 

Web Design Rap

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This is so great. There is actually a lot of good information packed inside all this awesomeness.

Please don't use tables even tho' they work fine. When it comes to indexing they give search engines a hard time.

Word. (Thanks Roy!)

 

IE CSS Compatibility (all versions)

Straight from the horse's mouth. IE 8 looks like it will be the best version ever, which it darn well better be! Still no support for the child pseudo-selectors. Too bad, I really like those.

 

CSS OFF

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Time to throw-down! On midnight of April 5th (CST), a PSD will be posted on this website. You have 24 hours to turn in a design converted to HTML/CSS. Entries will be judged and the winner gets some cash donated to charity. It's on a weekend so I might just have to throw my skillz in the ring.

Comments

  1. Hey, Nice upgrade(again). The Rap about web design is priceless. Very nice find. Keep it up.

    Have a good day.

  2. I was fed up with colorless CSS compatibility table on MSDN, so I prepared a little UserJS for improved readability. :)

  3. @Riddle: Good thinkin’! That makes this a TON easier to read.

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