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Nanu3552y@flake I think I can manage this time . Thank you
What's the alternative, though?
This is the situation with most tech. Terrible, but necessary to do some kind of job.
irene30102yIn 2006 I was designing web pages. I hated css because of IE6. In 2019 I am building web apps and hating css/less/sass because of IE11.
Not sure if I hate css or the crowd that it hangs around with.
I think we all hate it, some of us are just lying to themselves.
You all need browserlists and autoprefixer.
Right after a CSS3 course.
zotigapo8242yDeep in heart I hate you because you learnt css
Wouldn't hurt when you write it inline. Within the html tag
Funny how you make yourself think Internet Explorer, as a project and a proprietary browser, is dead in the water. I mean, who could still be possibly using it this day and age? I learned it’s a good idea to keep IR activated for disaster purposes, but going on close to 10 years since I purposely used IE for anything.
Then you come across a 2019 survey that has some ridiculous statistic of how much of the earth’s population still actually uses IE daily because it’s the out-of-the-box browser with Windows. Crazy!
Without CSS, the online world would be a very dull place with only a white background and a singular black default font. CSS is what it is, but once you wrap your head around it, along with Google dev console, it’s a straightforward language to master, write, and manipulate. It’s fun to work with because it’s honest, gives instant refreshed results, and in most cases, makes sense as to its outcome.
Modern CSS is fine. So without all dirty hacks, and using flex and grid.