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What about IE epecific dynamic properties in CSS?
I have some ideas how to use it to serve IE specific style: just use proper standard CSS and apply all IE-spec stuff in expression() —only IE will see it. But I still need to explore this technique…
What is the point of targeting all browsers with hacks? It leeds us into problems in future. Keeping with standards and pushing browse makers to support standards is the only right way ahead. Tommorow all browsers will be standards based and our current css will bother them.