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My 2 Cents Css tricks

Discussion in 'CSS and CSS3 Coding Discussions' started by davikerkrish, Jul 20, 2012.

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  1. davikerkrish

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    Hi,

    I red new method to fix rendering problem in IE. I'll give one example

    padding: 2em;
    border: 1em solid green;
    width: 20em;
    width/**/:/**/ 14em;

    The first width command is accepted by all browsers the second by all users except IE6. So Any command that comes second that overrides a previous command.

    If we used empty comment(/**/) before the colons, IE6 ignore this command.

    Hope you all understand. Let me know if you have any quires.
     
  2. samiwill

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    What do you mean by em.Tell me i am not understanding it.
     
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