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entr
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I’m just asking if reviewers find it ok using meta like <meta content="IE=EmulateIE7" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" /> for cross-browser support purpose. The actual case is fading alpha png which has needed MS filter applied for not being messed up and ugly during animation. In IE8 , once AlphaImageLoader filter is applied fading doesn’t seem to affect those elements anymore.
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rvision_
says

It’s OK – I’m using that meta in my themes.

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wpthemess
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I agre too. its usable for IE

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CreativeMilk
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Yes this is allowed, most of the authors here use this meta tag

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