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support level for multiple classes

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How far back do you have to go lose support for multiple classes:

<p class="class1 class2">

I'm thinking that at this time that this is widely supported. Is that
about right?

I'd like to add this to my bag of tricks.

On a related note, I was working on something that needed a "hack" for
IE5 to keep from being broken. Has IE5 now joined the dustbin of browsers?

Jeff
Jan 19 '08 #1
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Jeff <jeff@spam_me_not.comwrote:
How far back do you have to go lose support for multiple classes:

<p class="class1 class2">

I'm thinking that at this time that this is widely supported. Is that
about right?
Yes
I'd like to add this to my bag of tricks.

On a related note, I was working on something that needed a "hack" for
IE5 to keep from being broken. Has IE5 now joined the dustbin of browsers?
Yes

I sometimes have a go at making things nice for MacIE5 but this
is just an entertainment for me. <g>

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dorayme
Jan 19 '08 #2

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On Jan 19, 6:28 pm, Jeff <jeff@spam_me_not.comwrote:
On a related note, I was working on something that needed a "hack" for
IE5 to keep from being broken. Has IE5 now joined the dustbin of browsers?
If you want to fix something for IE5, I'd suggest that you use
conditional comments; that way, you keep your code (relatively) clean.
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AGw.
Jan 20 '08 #3

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