…ing Internal Server Error when mod_headers was not available.
…ends implies ORDER, not just dependency.
… Stoyan's research has proved it to be the best. http://twitter.com/#!/stoyanstefanov/status/29517474600 ^ was tweeted after he did http://www.phpied.com/css-minifiers-comparison/ Also clarified the text in project.properties and killed off old Optipng files.
…call. fixes #272
1) Production build by default. (like previous version) 2) Main script gets minified correctly (a bug) 3) We were deleting the wrong files (whoops) 4) dir.js.main is now specified (and can be moved around) 5) Did I mention that spaces are always better than tabs because not even tabs people can agree on 2 vs 4 and this causes PROBLEMS gosh damn it. >:|
… IE6+7) It is actually only neccessary to force the `none` in IE6+7, but for declarative consistency we'll give it to everyone. We've documented the little quirk on both the FAQ and Style wiki pages. This is related to issue #263. Testcase before: http://jsfiddle.net/9DtcX/2/ after: http://jsfiddle.net/9DtcX/3/
… bg images for nav uls
…re extensively now: https://github.com/paulirish/html5-boilerplate/wiki/The-markup see The order of charset, meta tags, and <title>... Because the boilerplate markup enforces the document structure, we can intentionally place the charset above the title (and other content) and avoid the XSS issues that caused the HTML5 spec to specify that "charset must be in the first 512 bytes". So even if you throw the xmlns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml" bullshit into ALL the html tags, and the validator says your document is now invalid because charset is after the first 512 bytes, we'll.. it's okay. You're still safe. And so are the kittens.
…ed the protocol check.