francis varkey wrote:Some people writes separate css file for different bowers . Is it good programming practice.
I don't have a good knowledge in CSS programming, but many times I found a separate CSS file for IE(only), and it usually contains a small hacks only applicable for IE, the rest of the CSS common for all html pages is placed in single file, say default.css or style.css. Now you can know about this hacks and how to load it in html page, simply by googling.
Most developers will not seperate out CSS for browsers, that is just way to much work to maintain. There is no GUIDE to css differences. It is normally something you just learn from practice and google searches.
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