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16 October 2014

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  1. IE-friendly mobile-first CSS with Sass 3.2

    Via previous link, on serving separate, slightly different, stylesheets for old IEs and everything else.

  2. Responsive grid system which works in IE6 | Technology at GDS

    Using SCSS. And not an ugly hack. Having been thinking about grids/page structure at work recently, and needing to support old browsers, this is handy. (via @benterrett)

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  • philgyford’s avatar

    @edds Nice! And handy too, so thanks for writing that up.

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    @bensummers For added fun, the UserAgent string was still insisting it was vanilla IE9. Thankfully, conditional comments work.

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    @bensummers You’d think so wouldn’t you. Maybe that works if the user has set Compatibility View themselves? Doesn’t work here, anyway.

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    Internet Explorer Compatibility View automatically set on corporate computers… like once-slain zombies returning from the dead. Begone IE7!

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    @Uncivil_S @samuelpepys You can follow the links on this page to find out more about ling and sounds… pepysdiary.com/diary/1661/10/…

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    @tomskitomski @mrstth Was that you? Well done!

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    @clagnut @clearleft We have a (newly-painted) whiteboard wall… but the ratio of wall to desk/people isn’t sustainable :)

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    @antimega Oh, nice, ta. We were just thinking about foamboard the other day.

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    @paulpod Also makes me think of some art college studios too.

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    @infovore I’m looking at how much wall space our small team uses in this large open office full of people who aren’t (yet) using walls…

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    Is anyone designing open-plan offices more like art galleries, given agile teams’ needs for more wall space? #mayberhetorical

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  • maxgadney’s avatar

    channleing @cityofsound writing 'implicit' - feels good, weighty - not sure it i can get to a 'tacit' though