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0 63 posted 9 years ago by a1ias
0 96 posted 9 years ago by track02
0 74 posted 9 years ago by track02
0 84 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 73 posted 9 years ago by amyb
2 91 posted 9 years ago by DADU
0 97 posted 9 years ago by zreedeecom
0 83 posted 9 years ago by fatihturan
IE7 by default uses an image resizing algorithm that means that scaled down images can look far from awesome. To solve this, we simply enable a much better resizing algorithm that is available in IE7 that produces results similar to what you’d expe...
0 96 posted 9 years ago by paul66
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 73 posted 9 years ago by paul66
0 80 posted 9 years ago by alsodenn
Textareas in IE have vertical scrollbar visible by default. If you want those removed (I know I do) use this line.
0 85 posted 9 years ago by blueocto
2 93 posted 9 years ago by alyssonweb
0 112 posted 9 years ago by athanassiadis
this problem happen only on IE
1 66 posted 9 years ago by crispunk
0 65 posted 9 years ago by touffies
0 74 posted 9 years ago by jschlick
0 83 posted 9 years ago by jschlick
2 77 posted 9 years ago by lromak
To be placed in template.php preprocess_page function.\\r\\n\\r\\nBreaks stylesheets into 2 style tags with limit of 30 @imports each. IE has a limitation of 31 @imports or 31 style tags. (source: [http://john.albin.net/ie-css-limits/single-style-tes...
1 79 posted 9 years ago by resting
2 70 posted 9 years ago by polly42
Always force latest IE rendering engine (even in intranet) & Chrome Frame. Taken from the HTML5 Boilerplate.
0 130 posted 9 years ago by f6design
To identify whether javascript is disabled in IE or not
0 75 posted 9 years ago by hairajeshk
You’ve now told the HTML web page that is linked to this CSS document to display the nav_bar list as inline-block – or in a single, horizontal row. The first problem: IE6 and IE7 don’t recognize it, so you need to add something that only they...
1 82 posted 9 years ago by fatihturan
Needs to be set on every element.\r\nimg.png needs to point to background
0 76 posted 10 years ago by reynish