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OK here it is.
I’m working on a site that was developed by someone else at some other point in time. I have run into a line of CSS code that makes me scratch my head.
Is this a wise thing to do on a global level?
Does this help any cross browser issues or is this a bad premise to a worse conclusion?
I want to know your opinions, so please feel free to speak as candidly as you like.
I don’t see any particular problem with it. I don’t see it solving any big issues either though… What is the reasoning?
It is my understanding that the original author was attempting to induce the has layout property in IE to illuminate potential cross browser issue. What i’m concerned about is stacking orders and z-index conflicts that may arise.
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