May 29, 2007
Writing CSS that looks great across different browsers isn’t very easy. Internet Explorer has a lot of bugs and crazy interpretations of CSS, e.g. the width issue (where W3C defines width as something INSIDE of paddings and borders, and IE includes the paddings and borders in the acutal width).
However, there are some solutions to this. You can:
1) Use hacks and workarounds, or
2) Conditional comments, i.e. (pun not intended) writing conditional logic that works uses some styling for one browser, and other styling for another browser.
It’s currently only a alpha version (0.9), but something good will come out of it.