If a style sheet is made for the page for the page, and it turns out that in different versions of the same element, different values ​​of the same property are needed for the same element, in this case you need to write several additional style sheets for each version

<!--[if IE 8]> <link href="css/ie8-style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> <![endif]--> <!--[if IE 7]> <link href="css/ie7-style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> <![endif]--> 

or somehow you can combine everything in one style sheet, but so that each version doesn’t read what is written for it?

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    if it is correct, then how is yours higher. - lampa
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    Yes? but it seemed to me that I was doing something wrong, since I have several style sheets for each one. thanks!))) - Heidel

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Well, do it.
you write a general style, and then under each desired Persia you override for the necessary styles in other files.

  • I see, thanks) - Heidel