Creating a stylesheet for IE

Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8 can often provide a different design than intended due to the lack of adherence to WC3 standards. To help make your web design look like it does in FireFox, Chrome, and Safari, try these options:

  • Use IE-only hacks in an existing external style sheet.
  • Use a conditional statement in the <head> section which calls embedded <style> definitions.
  • Use a conditional statement in the <head> section which calls an external style sheet build just for IE: ie.css.

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