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    does anyone know if this css is supported in IE yet?

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    Code:
    .border-image {
    	border-top-image:          url("http://domain.tld/path/border-top.png")          10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-right-image:        url("http://domain.tld/path/border-right.png")        10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-bottom-image:       url("http://domain.tld/path/border-bottom.png")       10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-left-image:         url("http://domain.tld/path/border-left.png")         10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-top-left-image:     url("http://domain.tld/path/border-topleft.png")      10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-top-right-image:    url("http://domain.tld/path/border-topright.png")     10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-bottom-left-image:  url("http://domain.tld/path/border-bottom-left.png")  10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	border-bottom-right-image: url("http://domain.tld/path/border-bottom-right.png") 10 20 10 20 round round;  
    	}
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    Code:
    li:nth-of-type(3) {
    	/* selects the third list element */
    	}
    ul:nth-child(7) {
    	/* selects the seventh list element */
    	}
    li:first-of-type {
    	/* selects the first list element */
    	}
    li:last-of-type {
    	/* selects the last list element */
    	}

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    In my experience css has been supported in IE for years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirna View Post
    In my experience css has been supported in IE for years now.
    not css in general, the css posted above. I think they are css3.

    i tested them in IE7, and they didn't work, so i'm gonna try them in chrome and firefox and probably safari later when i get home.

    i was just wondering if it may be an IE issue or perhaps those css properties are in beta or something.

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    None of those are supported in any IE version
    http://techblog.procurios.nl/k/news/...eb-Design.html
    At least 98% of internet users' DNA is identical to that of chimpanzees

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    thanks fang

    Quote Originally Posted by Fang View Post
    None of those are supported in any IE version
    http://techblog.procurios.nl/k/news/...eb-Design.html
    dang it you'd think IE 8 might support them, oh well, the more things change the more they remain the same, lol.

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    The pseudo classes are not supported in most browsers and the border image can produce differing results in browsers.
    Always test css3 in all browsers.
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    thanks again

    Quote Originally Posted by Fang View Post
    The pseudo classes are not supported in most browsers and the border image can produce differing results in browsers.
    Always test css3 in all browsers.
    personally i stick with elements that are supported equally well in all browsers even if they might not always be pixel perfect, and then progressively enhance for those browsers that can support the newer features. I'm not concerned about older browsers not getting the bells and whistles as long as they have a fairly similar layout.

    here's an exhaustive list of blog posts i came across:

    All There Is To Know About HTML5 and CSS3
    http://www.designyourway.net/blog/re...tml5-and-css3/

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