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There are few things that drive me more crazy than CSS, and yet I work with it and actually enjoy it on occasion (when it is all over and QA’ed). The last few days have been CSS hell. I will note that I have finally reached the point in my career where I use the W3C specs as my first “go to” resource. I have been struggling with a layout now for four long days. On Saturday, I put in twelve-thirteen hours alone and still had issues. What issues? Float issues. IE. Some advice for the CSS developers out there. Start with a solid CSS design that you know (and you will verify it!) works with IE, FF, Safari, and Opera…THEN add/make changes. I do not know why I decided to start from scratch, but lesson learned…again. On a better note, I made some major advances recently (finally) and am starting to feel less beat up. Next stop: I need to learn XSLT for another part of my current project. As for now…I just want to sleep (and wake up with beautiful CSS that works in all the browsers I need to support)
[tags]CSS, W3C, XSLT[/tags]

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