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    If Safari

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    I know there are conditional statements for IE that allow you to use a different style sheet for that browser but is there the same thing for safari?

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    nope...
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    There were some advanced CSS3 selectors that targeted Safari specifically around a year ago. Some of these may have been implemented by Opera and Firefox, so you'd have to do some testing.

    Though, I would not recommend these, but instead post the ACTUAL issue at hand as there may be a cross-browser solution for this.
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    Not a conditional comment but a Safari targeting external stylesheet-link. Here is a German forum discussing it, and here is the example link from that thread that shows it is targeting Safari 3 but not Opera 9.

    I have never used it though, and I don't recommend to exclusively target any live browser.
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