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Adding CSS3 Support to IE 6, 7 and 8 with CSS3 Pie

rsk (119464) writes | more than 2 years ago

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rsk (119464) writes "Internet Explorer 6, 7 and to some extent 8 have been the bane of every CSS-loving web developer for years. With the spreading adoption of CSS3's fancier rendering effects like rounded edges, drop shadows and linear gradients, the frustration of needing to deal with IE compatibility is growing. 327 Creative's Jason Johnston has created the CSS3 Pie library to address this. CSS3 Pie adds support for CSS3's most popular rendering techniques to Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 by way of the IE-only CSS property "behavior". CSS3 Pie is open sourced under the Apache 2 license and can be accessed from it's github repository."
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