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Hi all, I have visual studio 2008 and as I recently started to use it, I still develop the HTML from scratch and then move it to ASP.NET. Anyway, when I did my last site and uploaded the CSS in visual, I got quite a lot of CSS 3 error validation, like
Validation (CSS 2.1): 'box-sizing' is not a known CSS property name etc etc, so clearly VS2008 doesn't support CSS3. I had a good look around on the net, and apparently you can change those errors (which by the way don't prevent me from compiling) into warnings - although to be fair I couldn't do it on my copy - but more importantly, I need CSS 3 support. I found a few posts on different blogs here and there about possible solutions like this http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mikhailarkhipov/archive/2007/10/19/how-to-create-custom-css-intellisense-schema-in-visual-studio-2005-and-2008.aspx but I don't have access to the registry of this machine due to permissions so I wonder, is there a quick and easy solution, or is it just not possible to do it and I have to upgrade to a higher version of VS?
thanks

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ouch...
So presumably if I can use VS 2008 I could use 2013 as well, as in, it's not that much different, as far as you know?
I just find it really irritating that there is so little good support on the net for old software

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So presumably if I can use VS 2008 I could use 2013 as well, as in, it's not that much different, as far as you know?

Should be no problem. I run multiple versions on my machine too. Upside is access to the new(er) technologies.

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Oh really can you do that? I thought that to install the newer version you had to get rid of the older one

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