…mment tokens to mark the end of a media query statement. Fixes #12.
…omparison here: http://jsperf.com/shorter-media-query-regexp
…font-face seems to cause a crash in IE7 and 8 that's beyond the control of Respond.
…'s control. Dynamically appending a style element that contains @font-face in its CSS will cause IE 7 & 8 to crash. Other @ rules like @page seem to be okay. Updated Readme with this note as well.
Conflicts: respond.min.js respond.src.js
… and IE5 can get non-responsive layouts. Thanks @paul_irish for the tip.
…bably too loose now, but it seems to work for basic cases...
…osed with the /*/media*/ token. This is useful for @media statements that don't need to be translated, such as those without queries, and only types (screen, print, projector, etc). This change also Fixes #17, in which some combinations of non-tokened media queries and @font-face were causing IE to crash.
…n last commit.
… work, but it's currently an either/or situation between media attribute-based queries and internal CSS media queries on a single stylesheet. If both are present on a single stylesheet, the internal queries will be parsed but the attribute will be ignored (always true). I plan to remove this limitation soon, but it's a start!
…aller than before
… the new logic from the matchMedia polyfill (https://github.com/paulirish/matchMedia.js).
…n the link element. Currently, media attribute-based queries will be ignored if the linked stylesheet contains inline media queries (which will work as usual), so this patch is incomplete, but it does allow you to use one mechanism or the other.