Progressive Enhancement with CSS

Aaron Gustafson has written a very interesting article on A List Apart titled, “Progressive Enhancement with CSS.” For those not in the know (including me before reading this article), progressive enhancement is just a fancy way of describing a structured approach (as opposed to the haphazard ones used by most DIY webmasters) to designing your websites for cross browser compatibility. There are many ways to integrate progressive enhancement into your work using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and this article covers a few of the biggies and gets you thinking about other ways to progressively enhance your sites. This article is a good read for those who only know enough CSS to be dangerous because, even if you don’t utilize the techniques described you should at least understand what the article is saying. For those who are already more comfortable with CSS it is a good read for actual implementable CSS ideas.

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