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christopherjon
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designedbydash
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Plus XP still has a very wise user base and IE8 is as high as they can go, therefore until XP dies out (which will be a while due to companies not upgrading their networks) IE8 will always been to be dealt with.

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vazz
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It’s developers fault. As long as we all try to please IE8, things will never change. It should be the other way around, people to notice the visual difference in a site between a moder browser and a junk, then update it and enjoy quality. But noone risks to lose clients/buyers/visitors, I undestand that. It;s a vicious circle. Only time can help.

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