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ie conditional comment


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  1. <p><!--[if IE]>
  2. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer<br />
  3. <![endif]-->
  4. <!--[if IE 5]>
  5. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer 5<br />
  6. <![endif]-->
  7. <!--[if IE 5.0]>
  8. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer 5.0<br />
  9. <![endif]-->
  10. <!--[if IE 5.5]>
  11. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer 5.5<br />
  12. <![endif]-->
  13. <!--[if IE 6]>
  14. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer 6<br />
  15. <![endif]-->
  16. <!--[if IE 7]>
  17. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer 7<br />
  18. <![endif]-->
  19. <!--[if gte IE 5]>
  20. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer 5 and up<br />
  21. <![endif]-->
  22. <!--[if lt IE 6]>
  23. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer lower than 6<br />
  24. <![endif]-->
  25. <!--[if lte IE 5.5]>
  26. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer lower or equal to 5.5<br />
  27. <![endif]-->
  28. <!--[if gt IE 6]>
  29. According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer greater than 6<br />
  30. <![endif]-->
  31. </p>
  32. Note the special syntax:
  33.  
  34. gt: greater than
  35. lte: less than or equal to

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Posted By: jonhenshaw on February 18, 2008

Now that's a serious conditional comment! I generally stick to two conditional comments. One that catches IE6 and before and one that catches IE7.

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