CSS3 support and JS

philringnalda at gmail.com philringnalda at gmail.com
Sat Feb 12 19:24:39 PST 2011


On 2/12/11 6:46 PM, JoeS wrote:
> It seems to me that CSS3 in most cases requires that JS must be allowed.

That is not at all the case. An accurate statement would be more like 
"CSS3 demos are more fun to write if you throw in some JS, muddying just 
exactly what it is that you are demoing."


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