I have a navigation menu that adds a pipe after each menu item using the “border-right” CSS class. Unfortunately, IE does not play nice with the “last-child” pseudo-class that I was using to remove the pipe from the last element.
The solution to the problem was to reverse my thinking, and use the “border-left” CSS class along with the “first-child” pseudo-class. For some reason, the “first-child” pseudo element was included in the CSS2 definition and has wide cross-browser support. The “last-child” class, however, is a CSS3 definition and enjoys only a fraction of “first-child”‘s cross-browser support.
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Today I had an issue where I needed to merge two folders, each of which contained many sub- and sub-sub folders that had lots of images. After a lot of trial-and-error and some Googling, I found the best solution is to use the “ditto” command in Terminal like this: That’s it! Hat tip to AppleInsider.
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