Most of the selectors described in articles can be used in modern browsers like IE, Chrome, Mozilla/Firefox, Safari, and Opera. We just need to wait for Internet Explorer to catch up before we can start using the full power of CSS 2.1 selectors. The good news is that Internet Explorer will catch up, at least to some extent, with the release of version 8.

If we look a little further ahead, there are even more powerful selectors waiting to be implemented and used in CSS 3. Many of the CSS 3 selectors have already been implemented in modern browsers, but in general support is far too patchy for developers to rely on these new selectors. However, there are cases where they can be used to add nice forward enhancing features, so I think taking a look at how the new selectors in CSS 3 work can be useful.

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edit Posted by Sanjucreative    |   comments Comments: Post the 1st one!   |    Posted in CSS
23 Nov