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CreativeMilk says
One word for you: jQuery :)
$(#selector).css("-webkit-border-radius", "4px");

nice trick but it’s

$("#selector").css("-webkit-border-radius", "4px");

;)

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chack says
ive released themes with css3 and vendor specific rules before and others did so as well, cant imagine why this should be a problem. I would try to get a second opinion, either from a reviewer or the sitemanager

Thats why i created this thread… Well, i sent an email :)

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Chuckanucka says

the validator should be used a debugging tool, not as absolute gospel. I’m surprised this is reason for rejection. Your code can pass the validator, but still look terrible on some browsers.

also the validator should flag this sort of things as warnings nor errors.

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chack says

But it flag them as error… Sorry! We found the following errors (5) URI : Top Secret :P 97 #twitter a img Property -webkit-transition doesn’t exist : margin-left 0.25s linear 228 #social li a Property -webkit-transition doesn’t exist : background-color 0.25s linear 234 #social li a img Property -webkit-transition doesn’t exist : margin-left 0.15s linear 299 .rounded_STYLE Property -webkit-border-radius doesn’t exist : 5px 300 .rounded_STYLE Property -moz-border-radius doesn’t exist : 5px

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bocaj says

that’s because the css validator is set on 2.1 by default. It will validate, you just need to select css3 validation profile.

So they’re effectively rejecting a valid file because they’re using the wrong debugging settings?

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Chuckanucka says
that’s because the css validator is set on 2.1 by default. It will validate, you just need to select css3 validation profile. So they’re effectively rejecting a valid file because they’re using the wrong debugging settings?

In this case you would still get errors using the css 3 profile as border-radius is vendor specific.

imho its still much better to use border-radius then to fill your code with loads of useless divs.

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