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dejans7 says

Hello, i just want to check this.

Is it a problem if a include a small CSS fix for IE7 only (10 lines of code)? Or a WP theme may be rejected because of that? Can some experienced author or reviewer explain this, please :)

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ThemeProvince says

Of course not.

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fillerspace says

Make sure it includes this line:

body {display:none;}

;)

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dejans7 says

@thePhoenix thx :)

hehe OR this in index.php :)
<!—[if IE]>
DON ’T USE IE , IE IS BAD M ’KAY ?\\?!!
<![endif]—>

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revaxarts says

Make sure it includes this line: body {display:none;} ;)

i prefer

body {text-decoration:blink;}
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dejans7 says

Oh yeah, blinks go great with IE. I can really imagine IE, blinking text, and a few ├╝ber cool lens flares :) :)

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ThemeBlvd says

@thePhoenix thx :) hehe OR this in index.php :)
<!—[if IE]>
DON ’T USE IE , IE IS BAD M ’KAY ?\\?!!
<![endif]—>

It might look nicer to call an external stylesheet even if it’s just for 10 lines of CSS . Another http request might not be the most efficient, but it might look kind of nasty to have all your IE7 fix CSS right there in the head of the theme.

Either way I don’t see why it would make TF reject your item.

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dejans7 says

^ Yeah, i’m calling an external stylesheet, but thanks for the tip anyway :)

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