What about IE?!
Just wanted to get some irritation out there and hear everyone else's thoughts. With HTML5 and CSS3 on the rise, there have been some glorious looking websites. The big craze right now seems to be responsive layouts that look great on mobile devices. I've noticed that a majority of these websites look like complete garbage on IE.
Here's a prime example:
I'm so sick of hearing and seeing developers implementing "fallbacks" for IE. People consider "fallbacks" almost like "if it works, and it's accessible, then it's OK." That's not a fallback.
So sick of hearing people complaining about IE and not taking time to make it look good in IE.
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I agree, if anything you should be making IE happy before moving onto the next browser. (That's just my opinion)
I'm not saying use IE exclusively, but test with multiple browsers you expect your target audience to visit with, which WILL include IE.
Have also worked with developers that use Firefox until the end of the project, then implement hacks for IE to look "alright".
Last edited by bionoid; 12-20-2011 at 01:20 PM.
The site says it's very much in alpha, so I wouldn't just jump to conclusions just yet.
Last edited by webdev1958; 12-20-2011 at 09:58 PM.
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