Posts Tagged ‘IE’
Posted on December 7th, 2013
With <1% usage worldwide, MCGWD will officially no longer support Internet Explorer 7. Sites will still render with IE7, but they may not display properly (look pretty) or function exactly like modern browsers do. Note, if your project does require IE7 support for some reason, please let me know up-front. I can still add support for older browsers into new projects, but you will incur extra expenses to do so.
Posted on February 11th, 2010
Last week Google announced that they will no longer be supporting Internet Explorer 6.
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Posted on November 19th, 2007
If you plan to link directly to an .EPS or .AI file for downloading (e.g. logos, vector art, etc.) on a website, you should note that Internet Explorer doesn’t correctly handle these postscript files. If you attempt to download an .eps file with IE it will save it as a .ps file and it will save an .ai file as a .pdf. This is not a problem in Firefox or Opera.
The simple solution is to zip these types of files so IE doesn’t change the file extension, and your visitors can download them without problems.