Round 2 — JavaScript Time

  • Mobile Compatibility
  • Fast load times
  • Straight-forward and effective navigation
  • Concise and informative headings
  • IE Conditional Comments
  • Adding vendor specific CSS
  • Having fallback options for CSS3 elements, such as button styles.




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