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pseudo selector support level

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Aside from the ubiquitous :hover I've never used the other pseudo
selectors, like first-child, before, first-line...

Are these all now widely supported (IE6, Firefox 1.5 or so, Opera and
Safari)? What still does not have wide support? I usually consider good
support to include the current and last version of a browser. I think
it's time to add these into the 'ol bag of tricks.

There used to a page of support levels for CSS properties, I can't
find anything like it now, is there such a beast out there?

And, on a side note, how is SVG support coming along?

Jeff
Feb 8 '08 #1
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Jeff wrote:
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There used to a page of support levels for CSS properties, I can't
find anything like it now, is there such a beast out there?
http://www.westciv.com/style_master/...ort/index.html
And, on a side note, how is SVG support coming along?
Don't know, but that's not a CSS issue.

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Berg
Feb 8 '08 #2

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Jeff wrote:
Aside from the ubiquitous :hover I've never used the other pseudo
selectors, like first-child, before, first-line...

Are these all now widely supported (IE6, Firefox 1.5 or so, Opera and
Safari)? What still does not have wide support? I usually consider good
support to include the current and last version of a browser. I think
it's time to add these into the 'ol bag of tricks.

There used to a page of support levels for CSS properties, I can't
find anything like it now, is there such a beast out there?
Firefox 1.5? Try Firefox 2.x...unlike IE which is coupled with the OS
most FF users can and do upgrade their browser. Not much reason to run 1.x

http://www.webdevout.net/browser-support-css
Web Browser CSS Support
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And, on a side note, how is SVG support coming along?
IE and SVG (he, he he...) SVG is an XML app and we all know how well IE
handles XML! So no not natively. But a quick look at Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SVG
Scalable Vector Graphics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
says there is a plugin for IE as of this year...don't know much about it.
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Take care,

Jonathan
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Feb 8 '08 #3

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