CSS bug in IE8 (yes, 8) with generated content and z-index

I came up with a nice way to use the CSS selector “:after” for image replacement (more later perhaps). It works great in modern browsers from Firefox, Safari, and Opera… but not IE8. (Wasn’t IE8 supposed to fix all those CSS bugs?)

I found confirmation on Nicolas Gallagher’s site that, indeed, IE8 fails to position the z-index of generated content correctly.

Time to look for a selector hack for IE8…

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