Writing code that works in all internet browsers at the same time is one of the most important things all of us do. New technology is coming out at all times. Yet many of the people visiting those sites we build are using old web browsers. How can we use new CSS if it’ s not backed in every browser — especially when customers keep using old, crufty web browsers? Do we have to wait until fully of people have a browsers with the brand new feature? Don’ t we have to wait around until Internet Explorer is dead prior to we can use the new stuff?
This week, let me explain step by step how to write CSS that works in each browser at the same time, including the old types. By writing resilient CSS, you may use the latest and greatest technologies, instead of leave any of your users out.
There will be a new video every day this week — with 2 on Thursday. Seven videos as a whole. Here are the first two. Sign up for Layout Property on YouTube to get all of them.
Jen Simmons is a Designer and Developer Negotiate at Mozilla, specializing in CSS plus layout design on the web. She is a part of the CSS Working Group, plus speaks at many conferences which includes An Event Apart, SXSW, Fluent, Awesome Conf and more.