Anyone who has done serious work with CSS will tell you that the most frustrating part of the process is dealing with strange browser bugs. Many (if not most) of these have been documented somewhere, but knowing where to look is an art in itself. PPK’s latest venture, Bug Report, is very welcome indeed! The site lists bugs in IE/Mac, IE/Windows, Mozilla, Opera and Safari along with test pages, some workarounds and the ability to comment on existing bugs as well as submitting new ones.
If your bug isn’t listed there, the following sites may be able to help:
- Position is Everything, still the number one place for IE bugs and general tip on dealing with weird CSS behaviour.
- CSS Bugs in IE5.x Mac from Mac Edition.
- The css-discuss wiki (and searchable list archive).
- And if all else fails, you can always hide the offending CSS from the browser in question by applying a filter.
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