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IE8 – the death of progressive enhancement?

February 3, 2008


At Foocamp today there was a lively debate about IE8’s controversial approach to rendering engine switching. Personally, I think the approach sounds good. Like most people, I don’t love the way it introduces a new meta tag. But I’ve also always thought the use of the DOCTYPE to control quirks-mode switching is a bit of […]

BaaCamp 2008

January 31, 2008


Just one sleep to go until the second BaaCamp, again organised by Nat and Russ. Last year was a blast, and I’m glad that Shift could support this year’s camp. There’s already been lots of interesting activity on the wiki around suggested topics, so there’ll be plenty to keep Ross, Thomas and I occupied. Uh […]