Modernizr: Compromise Number 1

Okay, maybe it doesn’t have to be 100% DIY.  I just found my first reason to compromise: Modernizr.  It seems that this open source script automatically detects which fun new features of HTML5 and CSS3 are supported by the viewing web browser.  This may come in very handy.

As a side note, check this out:

Modernizr Menu Hiccup

I would have hoped that a web site promoting a fancy script to help web programmers with CSS wouldn’t break like this in Chrome, supposedly one of the better browsers when it comes to CSS3 & HTML5 support.

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