Microsoft nixes '-webkit' selector for IE Mobile in Windows Phone 7

Microsoft “added support for the -webkit-text-size-adjust CSS selector. This selector allows you to control how text on the Web page is scaled to increase readability for the user (you can also use -ms-text-size-adjust, IE Mobile recognizes both). In addition, to a couple of JavaScript and CSS enhancements that you can try out today in the […]

Microsoft “added support for the -webkit-text-size-adjust CSS selector. This selector allows you to control how text on the Web page is scaled to increase readability for the user (you can also use -ms-text-size-adjust, IE Mobile recognizes both). In addition, to a couple of JavaScript and CSS enhancements that you can try out today in the Windows Phone 7 Emulator. The new scripting functions are: getElementsByClassName(name): given the class specified by name, returns all of the elements or sub-elements within the scope of this function call; querySelector(selector): given the selector, returns the first element within the sub-tree of the scope of this function call that matches the selector; querySelectorAll(selector): given the selector, returns all elements within the sub-tree of the scope of this function call that match the selector,” revealed Microsoft.