View Poll Results: Should I teach CSS Counters and CSS-Generated Content?

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  • Yes. Teach CSS-Generated content and CSS counters

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  • Teach CSS-Generated Content, but skip counters.

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  • Mention that it can be done, but let them look it up themselves

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  • No. Who will use that?

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Thread: Asking advice about teaching CSS

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    At the corner of WALK and DONT WALK

    Asking advice about teaching CSS

    I've been working for some time on my HTML manual, but I've realized something: I don't explain all the tricks I use in the examples, including CSS-generated content and CSS counters. Now I have a question for all of you: Should I explain how to do them?
    Last edited by Mr Initial Man; 01-22-2010 at 03:39 AM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Well, seeing as though at least 20% of the masses are still using IE6 and IE7, I would hesitate to indulge people in the concept. The main reason, once you educate people on how they work in (mostly) full CSS 2.1 supported browsers, they will expect a "hack" for browsers that don't support that feature and then the "can of worms" will be open.

    So, although the incorporation of this has it's usefulness, I hesitate to think that people will appreciate it with the lack of full browser support. Here is a link for supported IE CSS if you want to entertain students:

    Bitter web veteran

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