10% of IE, not all browsers.. and ie has about ~ 14% ? so thats not large group… but yes, i understand
Zurb is a fantastic framework, but version 4 is not IE8 compatible. Since it is built mobile-first, and ie8 does not support media-queries, it will display mobile layout on ie8.
I believe IE8 support is mandatory on TF-themes.We have a framework based on Foundation 3.2, but we will probably wait a good while before converting to version 4.
thanks for fast response.
but imho “life path” of IE6-IE8 slowly but surely ends.. Google Apps, jQuery 2.0 ant others drop ie8 too..
it is time to drop the old and entering a new era