Tag Archive | Internet Explorer

Conditional Comments – Spawn or Saviour?

Having found out IE10 will No Longer Support Conditional Comments, I wondered if version 1.3 of the W3’s Markup Validator supported them yet. Turns out it’s a no (surprise surprise)…

However: looking more closely at MSDN’s article on downlevel hidden / revealed comments (yes: buzzwords alert!) I notice that the Validator only complains about proper downlevel comments… Read More…

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Thoughts about IE and Max-width

Yes, IE7 (largely) solved the problem regarding its usefulness when MS integrated into IE7, as long as you used a proper DOCTYPE.

Now that Dean Edwards‘ “IE7-js” can work in place, Svend Tofte’s solution involving MS’ Dynamic Properties and Expressions still works appealingly well. Just make sure you follow the article exactly! Read More…