Quote from: Dimmy at Feb 26, 2006, 08:58 AM
Would be great to have this as a plug-in
Maybe as a default include?
I’d suggest so simply because
1) it obviates the need for the usual mountain of hacks for IE6
2) It can be included on demand with conditional commments, so no redundant load / rendering
The point is really about marketing the backwards / forwards compatibility of MODx: you guys have done such an amazing job of separating code from mark-up and style that porting css-driven layouts is a snap. If an out-of-the-box implementation takes care of the legacy nightmare, it’s easier still, and therefore that much more appealing to new adopters.
This is a more pressing issue than ever before in the face of IE7. MS are frantically trying to stop people from using css hacks, since switching the stylesheet to a specialised one that will resolve IE6 bugs will make the page render peculiarly in IE7, as they seem to have gone to some trouble to do a better job of complying to standards (not that it comes anywhere close to passing Acid Test 2!).