So i've been trying to use more css3 properties for a few reasons(less images = faster load time, ease of making changes, etc).
Whats the best way to go about css3 fallback?
So I deal with a lot of content areas where I have to slice them into 3 sections. Top, a repeating container, and Bottom
<div id="content">This is where my text goes and the content area grows as large as I need it too</div>
But with css3 I just need the content area and can make the container, with drop & inner shadows etc.
So is it best to leave content-top & content-btm in my html and not assign them any css unless css3 isn't working in that browser?
Any advice/suggestion will be appreciated.
04-03-2013, 09:09 PM
CSS3 compatibility has been increasing by leaps and bounds over the past couple of years (relatively speaking), so I tend to avoid putting a lot of effort into accommodating older browsers just to achieve some limited visual effects. It makes maintenance much more difficult and is rarely worth the effort unless the element is a part of the user interface.