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CSS

How to make browser specific styles?

Hey guys, I have a question that I am trying to work out currently. I need to make browser specific styles for Flex Box. You can view my site at shawweb.designs/pj. I am using the Flexbox to design the webpage and in older IE browsers and all mobile browers the flex boxes act very differently than my desktop on Chrome. I've tried a few different things in the CSS, but cannot manage to target JUST IE browsers, or just mobile (webkit) browsers. Please, any help is appreciated!

1 Answer

Julian Gutierrez
Julian Gutierrez
19,201 Points

Have you tried Modernizr? I do believe Modernizr can "detect" browsers that are not compatible with flexbox and give you a class to apply targeted CSS to. https://modernizr.com/

I was trying to use that, and I either don't understand or it's not working for me right :/ it still collapses the flex boxes and makes them act weird. I'll keep trying. Thank you!