Modern web browsers have CSS bugs too
Internet Explorer is known to have a lot of frustrating bugs in its CSS implementation. But it’s not the only web browser that has CSS bugs. Andy Budd is collecting bugs in Common CSS Bugs in Safari, Firefox and Opera, so head on over there and add to the collection.
After thinking about this for a few minutes, I’m actually a little surprised that I’ve encountered so few serious CSS bugs in modern browsers. Gecko browsers have some rounding errors (though that seems to have been improved with the release of Firefox 1.5), and Safari and Opera treat the margins of tables that have a caption in a different way than Gecko does. Safari has a couple of problems with background images. There are some others, but I can’t remember dealing with any CSS bugs as serious as many of those in Internet Explorer.
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