Browsing all articles tagged with Internet Explorer
Jul
31

CSS3 For Internet Explorer : Compatibility Tools And Resources

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CSS3 has changed the way of representing websites, with lots of advanced properties like border-radius, box-shadow, border-image, transform etc. CSS3 gives web designers complete independence to achieve the desired results. CSS3 has opened up many exciting options to refresh the creativity levels of a designer. Despite being futuristic web styling technology, CSS3 has not yet been accepted completely, or in other words we can say CSS3 still has a long way to go to prove itself to the entire community of web designers.

CSS3 Compatibility Tools, Resources and References for Internet Explorer

The main problem with CSS3 is its compatibility issues with web browsers, most of the modern web browsers have full or partial support for CSS3 and other related web technologies. If you are an Internet Explorer user or you want your site to be IE compatible then you have to think twice before using CSS3, because IE has major compatibility issues regarding some CSS3 properties.

Now you have two options to solve the problem – first change your choice of Internet Explorer and adopt other browsers like Firefox, Chrome or Safari or second, use the following tools and resources for Internet Explorer to beat the compatibility issue.
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Jul
19

How to Target IE6, IE7, and IE8 Uniquely with 4 Characters

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Two months ago, I, in a video quick tip, demonstrated how to use the underscore and star hacks to target Internet Explorer 6 and 7 in your stylesheets. In today’s quick tip, we’ll take things one step further, as we introduce a new hack that targets IE8 and below as well. It should be noted that this is not a best practice, and conditional comments should be used instead 98% of the time. With that said, it’s always important to know what you can do – plus it’s fun, right?

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