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May 27, 2012 at 11:50 pm #103558
If I have to have a second stylesheet then I will have it, I just thought that if respond.js would work, then it would be easier for me because I wouldnt have to maintain a second stylesheet. I know I could also just use the ie classes that are applied to the html tag by the conditional comments, but that just means a lot of duplicate CSS. Do you know why the respond.js isnt working for the demo I put up?