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  1. Sam

    I agree with steffenbew. While CSS animations may be helpful to some and may help in some situations (iPhone?), I think CSS should just be for style, not behaviour. IE does that kind of thing with HTML Components (HTC), CSS expressions and HTML+TIME. It means more work for the browser developers (and more testing for web developers and possible points of failure), when we have something already – JavaScript.

    What next, data storage in CSS? Jonathan Snook rounds it up quite well: http://snook.ca/archives/javascript/css_animations_in_safari/

    Still an interesting article though. If only other browsers supported conditional comments, then only those browsers supporting certain CSS would have to load the code.