CSS3 Rotate Property in IE

Below IE9, Internet Explorer has effectively zero inbuilt support for CSS3 or any other standard web technologies such as SVG that would allow you to rotate text cross platform as you wish. Microsoft have included two ways of rotating elements (eg text) since IE6, however the more simple method only works in increments on 90 […]

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CSS Tips: @font-face – “src: local(‘?’)” smiley face’s meaning

Here is the excerpt from the gotcha by paul irish blog post: Regarding @font-face syntax I now recommend the bulletproof smiley variation over the original bulletproof syntax.

From the bulletproof post: Yes, it’s a smiley face. The OpenType spec indicates any two-byte unicode characters won’t work in a font name on Mac at all, […]

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