The CSS 1 specification was completed in 1996. Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3 was released that year, featuring some limited support for CSS. IE 4 and Netscape 4.x added more support, but it was typically incomplete and had many bugs that prevented CSS from being usefully adopted. It was more than three years before any web browser achieved near-full implementation of the specification. Internet Explorer 5.0 for the Macintosh, shipped in March 2000, was the first browser to have full (better than 99 percent) CSS 1 support, surpassing Opera, which had been the leader since its introduction of CSS support fifteen months earlier. Other browsers followed soon afterward, and many of them additionally implemented parts of CSS 2.
However, even when later "version 5" web browsers began to offer a fairly full implementation of CSS, they were still incorrect in certain areas. They were fraught with inconsistencies, bugs, and other quirks. Microsoft Internet Explorer 5. x for Windows, as opposed to the very different IE for Macintosh, had a flawed implementation of the CSS box model, as compared with the CSS standards. Such inconsistencies and variation in feature support made it difficult for designers to achieve a consistent appearance across browsers and platforms without the use of workarounds termed CSS hacks and filters. The IE Windows box model bugs were so serious that, when Internet Explorer 6 was released, Microsoft introduced a backward-compatible mode of CSS interpretation ("quirks mode") alongside an alternative, corrected "standards mode". Other non-Microsoft browsers also provided mode-switch capabilities. It, therefore, became necessary for authors of HTML files to ensure they contained special distinctive "standards-compliant CSS intended" marker to show that the authors intended CSS to be interpreted correctly, in compliance with standards, as opposed to being intended for the now long-obsolete IE5/Windows browser. Without this marker, web browsers with the "quirks mode"-switching capability will size objects in web pages as IE 5 on Windows would, rather than following CSS standards.
Problems with the patchy adoption of CSS and errata in the original specification led the W3C to revise the CSS 2 standards into CSS 2.1, which moved nearer to a working snapshot of current CSS support in HTML browsers. Some CSS 2 properties that no browser successfully implemented were dropped, and in a few cases, defined behaviors were changed to bring the standard into line with the predominant existing implementations. CSS 2.1 became a Candidate Recommendation on February 25, 2004, but CSS 2.1 was pulled back to Working Draft status on June 13, 2005, and only returned to Candidate Recommendation status on July 19, 2007.
CSS level 2 revision 1, often referred to as "CSS 2.1", fixes errors in CSS 2, removes poorly supported or not fully interoperable features and adds already implemented browser extensions to the specification. To comply with the W3C Process for standardizing technical specifications, CSS 2.1 went back and forth between Working Draft status and Candidate Recommendation status for many years. CSS 2.1 first became a Candidate Recommendation on 25 February 2004, but it was reverted to a Working Draft on 13 June 2005 for further review. It returned to Candidate Recommendation on 19 July 2007 and then updated twice in 2009. However, because changes and clarifications were made, it again went back to Last Call Working Draft on 7 December 2010.
Another common issue is liquid loss, either in the form of evaporation or boil-over. The boiling temperature of water increases as pressure increases. For example, in order for steam to reach 121° C (250° F), autoclave pressure must increase to 14-16 PSI. If a cylinder or flask full of water is loaded into an autoclave and run at a temperature of 121° C, as soon as the cycle is completed the pressure is released, and water will start to boil over. This could cause splashing, which is a safety hazard; a smaller container could even explode. For laboratories that produce broth, evaporation or boil-over is money down the drain.
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In running into the same kind of issue for a full stack web application (in development), I simply solved the problem by correctly linking the css file to the page rendered. Removing the rel = stylesheet, as suggested above, prevents the error to show up in the browser but it does not load the styles that should be applied to the page. In short, it isn't a solution.
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The width and height technique above, to calculate the height for responsive images, can be generalized to other elements using the new CSS aspect-ratio property, which is now supported by Chromium-based browsers and Firefox, but is also in Safari Technology Preview so hopefully that means it will be coming to the stable version soon.
Cleaning up my own websites has led to a better experience for all visitors. I encourage you to look at your CLS issues too, and hopefully some of these tips will be useful when you do. Who knows, you may even manage to get down to the elusive 0 CLS score for all your pages!
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