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    Tim Rourke


    I’ve been slowly building a new site for my company. Please keep in mind that this is my first web site, so in the grand scheme of things, I have no earthly idea what I’m doing.


    Here’s my question: BIG SURPRISE, the newb used way too many CSS3 selectors and CSS properties, and now I need to efficiently refactor my code to target as far back as IE7. Gross. Sadly, this will need to happen, as a lot of our customers are not terribly tech-savvy.

    How can I get this kind of thing done in a hurry? Is there any kind of testing tool that will search my code for selectors not supported by a subset of browsers, like a search engine? What other kinds of tests are helpful in this scenario?

    Finally, if I need to pay someone to do this sort of work, what can I expect as far as cost is concerned? I’d rather do it myself, but if I can’t get my head around it, it will still need to get done.

    Thanks, everyone!


    You might want to take a look at Modernizr.

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