Browserized Styles provides a dead simple way to create browser-
specific CSS code for use in a Rails application. All you need to do
is create a .css file targeted to a browser by appending an underscore
and identifier to the end.
=== Installation ===
=== Example ===
Let’s say I have some complex CSS code that looks bad in some
browsers, but works in others. Let’s also say that i’ve put it into a
stylesheet in stylesheets/complex.css.
My stylesheet link tag looks something like this:
<%= stylesheet_link_tag ‘complex’ %>
Now all I have to do to target a browser is create a new CSS file with
the browser’s identifier appended to it with an underscore (e.g.
“complex_ie6.css”). That’s it! The same exact stylesheet link tag will
automatically check the current user agent and load a browser-specific
CSS file if it exists. Ta-da! One-step browser styles!
=== Identifiers ===
Browsers are identified as following. You would create the CSS file as
=== Limitations ===
At this time the plugin is only designed to work with .css files in
your stylesheets directory. It will not work at present with URL-based
stylesheets or stylesheets not found in your stylesheets directory (or
some subdirectory thereof).
=== Resources ===
SVN: script/plugin install
Copyright © 2007 Michael B. and Intridea, Inc., released under
the MIT license