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johnamadeus
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Ok so i've always used the following for IE6 hack

* html #blah {}

But i hear there's a new way of doing it with the following

_#blah {}

So what's better the underscore hack or * html? What do you professionals use?

Thanks guys

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I tend to stick with IE

I tend to stick with IE conditionals

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I also use the IE 6/7

I also use the IE 6/7 Conditional Comments that allow a standalone stylesheet especially for IE's.

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sorry for this maybe stupid

sorry for this maybe stupid comment but most important
is the use of a correct doctype and a nearly valid code. :ohdear:

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