I notice that in a lot of template engines, in the HTML5 Boilerplate, in various frameworks and in plain php sites there is the no-js class added onto the <HTML> tag.   Why is this done? Is there some sort of default browser behavior that rea...
I'm in the process of developing a new site and have decided to use Modernizr for the first time. I'm fairly sure of the general gist of how it works however, I was looking for some advice regarding the best practise when it comes to loading...
I think the answer to this is almost certainly "no", because I've done a little testing and searching around, but is there any trick to detect whether window.print() even might work from inside a page (i.e., from JavaScript)?  I know that...
I am using yepnope.js to load javascript files dynamically,and I've noticed that my scripts appear to be loaded twice according to Firebug and Webkit Inspector.  The problem is that in Firebug's Net panel (Firefox 4 latest), their response is...
1) If I'm already using Modernizr, will I then even need HTML5 Shiv to enable HTML5 tag support for IE?  2) Is HTML5 Shiv only for IE, or for all browser who don't have native HTML 5 support? Like older versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome, et...
I am trying to (locally) use Yepnope with Modernizr to load CSS & JS Files. So I can manage the files better, and code easily.  This is the currently layout:  Modernizr.load([     {         test: Modernizr.mq('all and (max-width: 1070px)'...
Is there a way to use SVG images on my site and if browsers/devices do not support it, switch the extension to png? Is there a better way to do this?  Note: I am using the <img> tag and Modernizr.  Here is my code that spits out the images dyna...
How come this alerts both, yes and false?  Modernizr.load([     {         test: Modernizr.cssgradients,         yep: alert('Supports it!'),         nope: alert('Oh, damn! This browser sucks!')     } ]);   I'm using the latest chro...
I'm writing angular program. I use angular and http://materializecss.com/  This console logs:  layout-lt-mdhas been deprecated. Please use a `layout-gt-<xxx>` variant. angular.js:13424 layout-lt-lghas been deprecated. Please use a `layout-g...

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