Yup, and pseudo class :hover can’t be applied on elements that are not anchor in IE7 without a doctype. In this case the :hover is applied to list item (#navigation #nav li:hover ul) – it just ignores it.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
Aaaaaand the shameless self-promotion on a month old thread has been flagged.
It’s called embedded css when you put in <style>...</style> and inline when it’s an attribute of an HTML element (style=”...”)
Don’t worry guys, your withdrawals are safe with me
jking, they are changing the front-end and back-end a lot lately, it’s probably just a bug not displaying it.
Staff didn’t reply (tho I flagged the post for staff reply, twice). Here http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/when-was-the-ie8-rule-dismissed/105748?page=3#878392
I opened a thread about it some time ago and the official answer (someone asked the support/reviewers) was that it is not longer required.
It has already started to die out, as far as I can notice.
waaaaait a second! are you telling me that all those pretty comments aren’t sincere? :’(
Well, apparently, by the responses on this thread it doesn’t seem like the authors knew that, but who knows, maybe we missed something.
Anyway, finally we can do some intended discrimination of IE8, yay