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This Example Becomes More Interesting
Wednesday 3rd June, 2009 15:54 Comments: 0
I spotted a new entry on the IEBlog about CSS support in IE8. Most people probably don't need to worry about supporting other languages, and most people don't care about writing web pages. I was vaguely interested, but as I made my way through the article my brain gave up. I don't mind having to work something out if there's a purpose, such as when I play Portal, but not when I'm trying to take a short break from work to stop me from going insane. The bit that made me laugh was the statement:

This example becomes more interesting as one adds a second orthogonal div, this time with a relative size

More interesting? More? It wasn't interesting to begin with, it certainly wasn't afterwards.

I shouldn't be too critical, I think it's actually a very good article on IE8's CSS support, and it helpfully describes the logic behind what's seen. But it's not the sort of thing you can flick through, and it's not a relaxing 5 minute break.
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