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I built a site for a friend about a year ago with a themeforest template, and it naturally worked fine in all the browsers at the time. It still works fine in all the current browsers, except IE 9, which breaks it badly.
A client would expect to get a site that works in all the browsers at the time of creation. My question is, how responsible should a designer/developer be for the website working in as yet un-released browsers in the future?
On the one hand I don’t want to create bad blood with a client by charging to fix it, but on the other hand I don’t want to be expected to do freebie upgrades endlessly into the future.eliot_nessMember
I guess I need to be more explicit.
I understand the concept of the box model, and thus, the first segment of code. What I don’t understand is the following two sections, making use of the universal selector. If someone could explain that I would appreciate it.