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Matthew Pennell

“How would you handle the issue, should it come up, if Mike and Sam were to compare their impressions of the site during their review, realize the differences between the browser renderings, and then confront you about it?”


This is the real issue, and one Andy always avoids providing a proper answer for. Why should the client care that you don’t want to make a dozen rounded corner images so their site looks the same on IE? And really, what is the point of CSS gradients when for an extra 500 bytes you can improve the design for another 60-90% of your site audience?