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  • # March 5, 2009 at 2:48 pm

    Does anyone know of a valid way to send certain CSS styles to Safari only?

    I’ve been playing around with the new Safari 4 beta and its support for CSS transitions. I added some transitions to my site, but since the property (-webkit-transition) isn’t an approved standard yet, it doesn’t validate. Other than the transitions, the rest of my stylesheet is valid.

    Is there a way to apply the -webkit-transition stuff only to Safari, so that I can send 100% valid code to other browsers that can’t display the transitions? All the methods I’ve seen to target Safari rely on invalid hacks, which would be pointless – in that case, I could just send -webkit-transition to all browsers like I am now.

    Times like this, I wish conditional comments worked for all browsers :lol:

    # March 5, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    Don’t worry about it. If the only validation errors are for -webkit or -moz then just let it be. There’s no point in getting anal about validation.

    Nobody is going to be checking your site and reporting you to the CSS monitor :mrgreen:

    # March 5, 2009 at 11:08 pm

    Dave is exactly right. Really, seriously, don’t worry about it. Validation doesn’t mean anything; it doesn’t affect anything. You should use browser extentions to yours hearts content. That’s what they are there for!

    # March 6, 2009 at 6:26 am

    And just to say – the reason you hear alot about people using validation is mostly because it can be a good way to debug across browsers. Validating can pick out something you overlooked :) Until ALL the browsers *looks at IE* work by the same rule book, then validation is always going to be an issue :)

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