Tidying Admin CSS, bringing it up to CSS Code Standards (work in progress)
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Description (last modified by SergeyBiryukov)
as per http://codex.wordpress.org/CSS_Coding_Standards, this is an attempt to bring the internal admin stylesheets up to CSS Coding Standards
Some of the changes being made are ...
- Properly intenting top: left: right: bottom: attributes two tabs when following a position:absolute position:fixed or position:relative declaration
- Alphabetizing css properties
- Removing unnecessary browser prefixes
- Placing browser prefixed css properties before the non-browser prefixed versions
- Removing extraneous spaces
- Applying a consistent ordering of browser-prefixed properties (based on length of prefix to get an aesthetically pleasing diagonal line, rather than jagged, inconsistent line endings -- yes, I know it's silly, but it's better than randomness, and alphabetical isn't as useful)
- Applying a uniform method to attribute selectors and url references by wrapping double-quotes around the values (there was no prior standard and a motley assortment of usages)
- Changing colors to 3-character shorthand ( 888888 becomes 888 )
- Changing colors to lower case ( EEE becomes eee )
and probably a couple others that aren't coming to mind right now.