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Thread: [RESOLVED] css hack for firefox 3.5 and below or vice versa

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    resolved [RESOLVED] css hack for firefox 3.5 and below or vice versa

    I have a CSS issue that is solved using a hack that specifies FireFox.

    It turns out that FireFox 3.6 handles what was ailing 3.5 and below just fine, though the hack specifies all of Firefox and so messes up 3.6

    Does anyone know of a CSS hack that specifies 3.5 and below only or just 3.6?

    Thanks for any help.

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    I have never user or looked up css hacks for firefox. So I would say if you have an issue in firefox then there is something wrong with your html/css. I would say first off make sure it validates.

    http://validator.w3.org/

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    nest your current firefox hack with a css3 feature that 3.6 adds:

    Code:
    @media screen and (min-width: 0.1em){ color:red; }

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    Thanks, well the issue resides more with the fact the the site is maintained within a CMS called SiteFinitey, which tends to make things a bit more wonky between browsers than creating say a static website.

    There many hacks that specify different browsers (mainly parser hacks), and I'm hoping against hope that there is one that specifies FF 3.5 and below or just 3.6, but since 3.6 is a fairly recent update I'm not entirely optimistic...

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    @rnd_me:

    Thanks, just got your response as I was responding to skywalker, I'll give that a whirl...

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    @rnd_me:

    Let me just say that you rock sir. Problem solved.

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