More About Progressive Enhancement

Hack your OS, customize your GUI, announce great software, and configure, configure, configure...

More About Progressive Enhancement

Postby Don_U » 08/23/11, 8:36 am

The common train of thought is that you test not for the browser but for the existence of an element or feature then apply. What happens if this element does not perform as expected but tests 'true' according to
rules for progressive enhancement?

The idea is that you can be agnostic and not detect browser but feature is false. I have been working with CSS transform and there is a (huge) difference between how it handles Firefox on my MacBook Air as compared to
its characteristics on a Asus Eee Netbook running the same version of FF.

You can't ignore what is wrong in order to be right.
Sorry, not science.
I never look back, dahling, it distracts from the now -Edna Mode
Beware of men in white vans at the freeway off ramps selling discount America. It is defective,
contains lead, and is not made here.
Robotic Undertones
Don_U
Senior Member I Get Free Beer
Senior Member I Get Free Beer
 
Posts: 766
Joined: 08/03/09, 10:33 am
Location: Grand Rapids Mi.

Return to Own The Machine

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest

cron