I did my fair share of testing this site on an iPad during development. In most cases, the version of Mobile Safari found on the iPad renders pages like any other standards-based browser. Only when I got to native UI elements like search boxes & text fields did I notice an inconsistency. A pre-set styling was being applied in the way of an inner shadow to text input fields and a gradient overlay to search / submit buttons, which also got rounded corners. After picking through Safari’s CSS Reference I found -webkit-appearance, which changes the appearance of buttons & controls to resemble a native apple UI. CSS Webkit Appearance
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Demystifying CSS At-Rules CSS at-rules (or @rules) are so-named because they utilize an @ character. They aren’t used as often as other CSS elements, and for a long time I didn’t really understand them. If you’ve ever been confused about CSS at-rules, here’s a quick guide: @charset
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12 Lessons for Those Afraid of CSS and Standards When I first encountered Cascading Style Sheets in the autumn of 1998, I was trying to do cool stuff—make this stuff over here move, make that stuff over there change color—and it took another six months before I started using CSS to control presentation rather than behavior. It took me two years to break out of the comfortable prison of layout tables, and another two years before I could use CSS to produce layouts that were originally intended for tables. Even though I was forced during that time to deal with such anachronistic works of art as Netscape 4.0 and Internet Explorer 5.0 for Windows, the moral of the story should be clear: it took me a long while to achieve genuine mastery of CSS. There are plenty of excellent books and articles out there, including many written by the contributors to this publication.