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alt131 - 9:40 am on Jun 9, 2012 (gmt 0)What browser versionsm platforms and devices are you expecting your target user to be using?
Hi whatson, "best" really depends on a number of factors and I wouldn't want to say without more information. For example:
Are you insisting users of older or less able versions have an equal experience - or just similar? (Ideally we'd all say equal, but many folk are still surfing with ancient technology, you have to draw a line of support somewhere.)
What is the weight of the pages. For example, are they loaded with graphics etc that already mean lots of hits on the server and slow download times already.
Do you really need a gradient and/or is it possible to duplicate the effect of a gradient with clever design? For example, nice shadowy borders can sometimes be simulated using a double border and the right choice of colours. I know you've just started and this might seem a bit of overload, but these are the sorts of things to think about when making these kinds of decision.
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