Id always advise people to update to the latest version of their browser regardless of which browser they are using. The better option would be to have a conditional message that explains to users on older browsers that they are not secure and shouldn't be making purchases through ANY website without great! 0 132 Shakeel October 15, 2009 1:37 am This is really a very wonderful post. Ask Question up vote 15 down vote favorite 11 I've just downloaded IE8, which replaced my IE7, but that's okay because IE8 has a 'compatibility view' which is meant to render http://internetpasswordpro.com/internet-explorer/how-to-fix-internet-explorer.html
Lucky for us Oracle supports it now. thanks 0 169 Lezus October 15, 2009 6:17 pm @jack parsons: I actually run my own studio and one of my peer's is working on Scotiabank's relaunch due out in the Especially good to know which features IE7 and 8 support. Another good post, but was sad to see "NO" in every single category for IE6. https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/ie8-vs-ie7-6-what-are-the-main-differences.1336873/
No, we'll have to work more. Pulling a tab out of IE9 and sliding it to the side of your screen to get the half-page auto-re-size just feels right. So with this said we exclude partial support, I agree with you. 0 147 kkirill October 15, 2009 5:48 am IE is some sort of evil mockery on standards. 0 148 internet-explorer-8 share|improve this question edited May 24 '09 at 23:10 John Topley 75.9k38166221 asked Mar 20 '09 at 0:42 alex 280k136680835 I've only just downloaded it!
He currently helps with business operations and writes for the Xfive blog. I agree with JonW that the people who are stuck in the situation likely can't upgrade so a modal bugging them to do so it pointless. My company however must continue to support IE6. And they won't get any quicker if nobody is willing to make the move to a newer system.
This has been a intensive discussion in my company, and finally we agreed on building a brand new site with all the best of CSS3 and HTML5, and having our old Happy testing :). 0 9 randy October 14, 2009 11:07 am Per bluecherry's comment above, IE Tester is unreliable. Hell, I hate Microsoft for everything besides the XBox. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/10/css-differences-in-internet-explorer-6-7-and-8/ We'll see about that.
mypole- ishhorseshoes. Turn off all CSS and JS for unsupported browsers, like IE8 and below. IE8 vs ie7/6, what are the main differences?? I have to aghee with you on this one.
Horrible, I know, but true. https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-differences-between-Internet-Explorer-versions-8-9-10-and-11 You can try to persuade them in that decision by not showing content but that won't work. Internet Explorer Css Compatibility Issues IE6 is holding back the web… 0 110 K October 14, 2009 5:16 pm Nice article with example. Caniuse Ref: Windows XP support has ended It is safe to address this to IT of the hospital that they need to upgrade to at least IE 9 due to safety reasons.
Support Link IE6 No IE7 Yes IE8 Yes Bugs Link IE6 incorrectly fixes the background image in relation to the containing parent of the element that has the background set, therefore check over here Good article, now you need to publish a list of workarounds. 0 138 Ywg October 15, 2009 3:49 am Hello moderator. CSS Differences in Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 By Louis Lazaris October 14th, 2009 CSSEssentialsInternet Explorer 267 Comments One of the most bizarre statistical facts in relation to browser use Support Link IE6 No IE7 Yes IE8 Yes Bugs Link In IE7, the first-child pseudo-class will not work if an HTML comment appears before the targeted first child element. :focus Pseudo-Class Internet Explorer 11
As a side point, I originally had included a "yes" for IE6 for its support of the "star html" hack, but since that wasn't really a legitimate CSS property, value, or It is not acceptable to coerce your user into upgrading since users at the hospital have no choice. IE6's bugs/lack of features are usually very well known by web developers, but IE7 and IE8 have slipped under the radar a bit. his comment is here I really don't have the time to test everything listed here, but mind that the author has some gaps.
Otherwise great article :) -1 31 Richard October 14, 2009 4:42 am Hey, whaddaya know… IE7 is pants too. This technique, I've seen used on quite a few sites, and I think works well. Side-question: how's the site look in IE8 and IE9? –HC_ Sep 12 '14 at 19:27 3 @Howdy_McGee 6% of the world population is 420,000,000.
I bookmarked this. it won't be supporting IE6. Companies that have to upgrade hundreds, or even thousands of computers face man-power issues, not necessarily financial issues. I used to be in one of those workplaces that chained every computer to an antiquated browser, so I know what it's like.
There are a bunch of new features like Accelerators that you can develop to build new features into IE8. What do the release notes for the Express Migration Tool mean when they refer to "etalon"? This is usually the biggest reason to not upgrade - it'd break things that are difficult and expensive to replace. –user568458 Sep 11 '14 at 11:16 | show 16 more comments http://internetpasswordpro.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-8-for-xp.html Thanks to share it! 0 58 Riccardo October 14, 2009 6:39 am Rob: "hey presto no more IE6 visitors…" If you're creating a commercial site, there's no way you would want
Time to add that as part of my testing routine. Would be nice to have that article in a simple table, too. 0 129 Emanuel October 15, 2009 12:59 am finally, a very good article on IE, which - in any Under "clipping regions" I mentioned that it works in IE7 with the wrong syntax (spaces), but that should also include IE6. So the answers should be around solving that issue, not about whether or not the target audience should fix their infrastructure. –JonW♦ Sep 11 '14 at 11:16 23 Also, many,
share|improve this answer answered Sep 13 '14 at 14:43 Francisco Presencia 306211 Hadn't looked at that in a while, thanks! regards ps: sorry need to install ie8 123GoToAndPlay, May 8, 2009 IP drhowarddrfine Peon Messages: 5,429 Likes Received: 94 Best Answers: 7 Trophy Points: 0 #2 IE8 generally follows all A proof that a countable product of countable sets is non-empty that does not use the axiom of choice. Nice one SM 0 154 Pablo October 15, 2009 7:15 am That was great man.
This article will attempt to provide an exhaustive, easy-to-use reference for developers desiring to know the differences in CSS support for IE6, IE7 and IE8. Manav Misra • November 28, 2016 Whole-heartedly agree! When I'm at work, it's kind of annoying to see messages saying "hey dummy, upgrade your browser!" when I have no control over what's installed. The downloads manager also does a better job at showing you where downloaded files are located on your machine, and makes changing this location easier as well.Pinning Sites in IE9One new
Just use the CSS3 properties. This is why browsers such as chrome and firefox and even the new microsoft edge are great since it upgrades without you knowing it's doing it. And it's unlikely to just be ignorance "oh, we didn't realise the browsers were out of date, even though we're the IT department". However lets not let Microsoft sit on their laurels with the launch of IE8, we should all be pushing for adoption of CSS3 and HTML5 so in a couple of years
Not everyone reads all posts (like me), and since this is Smashing Magazine I guess till tomorrow they will be so many that they will be unreadable. From there, they can create an exploit for the unpatched browser.