Aug 16, 2012
The CSS editor in Visual Studio has unprecedented support for both W3C standards and vendor specific properties, pseudos and @-directives. See the full list here. However, not all vendor specific prefixes are supported, just the major ones: -moz-, -ms-, -o- and -webkit-. In case you have to target really old versions of Safari, it would be nice to have -khtml- as well. Visual Studio 2012 makes it very easy to add support for new properties or to augment existing ones with additional values.
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Aug 15, 2012
Today is a big day for all ASP.NET web developers. Both Visual Studio 2012, Windows 8 and Windows Server 8 is being released to MSDN subscribers. It is also the day that the first version of Web Essentials for Visual Studio 2012 is being released, or simply Web Essentials 2012. Download it here As we developed the brand new CSS editor in VS2012, we did it with extensibility in mind. The first Web Essentials for VS2010 already demonstrated what could be done with the old CSS editor, but we wan... [More]* $4.95/month ASP.NET Hosting with FREE SQL 2012 DB! – Click Here!