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Code to replace your opening <html> tag with conditionally set IE classes, including IE10.
1 131 posted 6 years ago by Japegrape
Simple mix of basic CSS, HTML, and jQuery to detect IE and display a message to the user encouraging them to update.
0 100 posted 8 years ago by thewickedchemist
0 90 posted 8 years ago by mmcculley
HTML conditional comments used to target specific versions of Internet Explorer (is ignored by all other browsers).
0 81 posted 8 years ago by DenoteIt
0 73 posted 8 years ago by a1ias
0 73 posted 9 years ago by cupakob
Add to the <head> of your page after the main stylesheet to serve different stylesheets for different versions of Internet Explorer
0 59 posted 9 years ago by amyb
Internet Explorer has many rendering engines ready for use. What this line of code basically does is force IE to use the most up to date rendering engine that it has available, so that your pages will render as well as possible. It then goes on to ta...
0 61 posted 9 years ago by paul66
0 64 posted 9 years ago by alsodenn
2 64 posted 9 years ago by lromak
Always force latest IE rendering engine (even in intranet) & Chrome Frame. Taken from the HTML5 Boilerplate.
0 112 posted 9 years ago by f6design
Note the special syntax: * gt: greater than * lte: less than or equal to
1 69 posted 10 years ago by c4ptivate
HTML code for input buttons with background images and rounded corners. For cases when it is not possible to use Progressive Enhancement (ie. when you need to have rounded corners in IE6+). See Customized buttons under CSS for styles.
0 58 posted 10 years ago by jofan
The following is a list of any conditional comment you'd probably ever need for targeting any version of IE.
1 75 posted 10 years ago by benwasilewski
and check out http://code.google.com/chrome/chromeframe/developers_guide.html#Detecting_Google_Chrome_Frame
0 83 posted 10 years ago by mware1205
I grabbed this code from here in order to make IE 8 behave like IE 7 for me. It sure is a heck of a lot easier than going back through all the CSS on every site I've ever done. Just drop it in the header, hopefully you have a header include.
4 74 posted 10 years ago by takonia
Now you can write IE specific styles in a regular stylesheet, by prefacing the CSS selectors with body.ie
2 98 posted 10 years ago by jessibird
0 62 posted 10 years ago by rickfu
how to link ie only stylesheets and stylesheets by generation of ie
2 75 posted 10 years ago by thesmu
1 67 posted 11 years ago by martinlucas
1 82 posted 11 years ago by koorb
IE can't handle [ option disabled="disabled" ] tags, so this htc will help
0 110 posted 12 years ago by localhorst
1 89 posted 12 years ago by frakim
Use this for background images. Put it in conditional comments in the head of your doc.
3 72 posted 12 years ago by shellydennison
From the TextMate HTML bundle
1 68 posted 12 years ago by heinz1959
1 76 posted 13 years ago by powerkan
2 100 posted 13 years ago by powerkan
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