As you might know,4 doesn't support IE8. With IE8 slipping in usage , we thought it was the right time to let it go. But one person couldn't. Too much of site's traffic used IE8 to just let go. After taking our Foundation class, he came up with a jury-rig that combines Foundation 4 with IE8-friendly Foundation 3.
Below is what he came up with, which looks fairly solid.
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The conditionals determine …
…. That meant we have to drop support for older browsers, like IE8 , that have little or poor support for the HTML5 technology we are using to make awesome for everyone.
But, have no fear! We realize that a lot of people are stuck with IE8 (sometimes even Chrome Frame works with Basecamp. Chrome Frame is available for -9 on machines and can usually be installed without admin access.or, yikes, 6), so we made sure that
If you're …
That test uses IE8 on a reasonable residential Internet connection coming from the US. For accessing from Japan or on a mobile device, it is viscerally faster for me, probably due to the CDN which WPEngine uses.
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…— a browser that's more than five years old! 54% are running IE8 , which is about three years old. But at least 36% are running a modern browser in IE9 .
7% of Basecamp users on undesirables
In summary, we have ~ 1% of users on an undesirable version of Firefox and about 6% on an undesirable version of IE. So that's a total of 7% of current Basecamp users on undesirable browser versions that take considerable additional effort to support (effort that …
…- Easily set uptesting for , IE8 and under on or OS X.
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Yesterday, I saw that a non-techie friend had IE8. I explained to her how we developers struggle with IE, especially < 9. I showed her examples of CSS3 websites and how they display on Chrome, Firefox and IE8. She was very surprised and said she thought they were all the same and will always update ASAP from now on. The moral is: Developers, don't think that people don't care. People naturally don't want to cause trouble to others. Explain to them what we go through. …
…some cases the site might have 2 or 3 of these conditional stylesheets for IE7 and IE8 fixes also.
Adding conditional styles to the html tag
Recently I've started using something like this instead: <!--[if lt IE 7]><html class="ie6" lang="en-GB"><![endif]--> <!--[if IE 7]><html class="ie7" lang="en-GB"><![endif]--> <!--[if IE 8]><html class="ie8" lang="en-GB"><![endif]--> …
That was it! by following those steps we were able to make our site more secure and it took just some hours to set up. Now you can use FACTURAgem when you need to, without worrying who your neighbours are.
If you are out of @ facturagem , because we are going to be launching …, pay attention to
…showing the desktops of interesting people or publishing an Automator workflow I use on a daily basis, I promise to continue improving the quality of the content and writing here as long as you promise to keep reading.
Anything newer than Internet Explorer 8
Which is somewhat sad because I am not bringing so much traffic that it should be crippling a web server. Whether that's the fault of WordPress or my previous host is up for debate.
…I've been on the road a lot in the past few months ), but it's no IE9.as " 7.5" - it's basically with some IE8 features included. It's a decent, functional browser that I've been making very good use of (especially since
Luckily, that state of affairs won't last for too much longer. There's a team hard at work bringing IE9 to the Phone, and for the first time, the desktop and mobile versions of IE are built …