Supporting past versions of Internet Explorer is often one of the biggest headaches of being a web developer. Today, as an early Christmas present to authors, we’re pleased to announce that IE8 compliance will now be purely optional for authors.
The percentage of users using IE8 has dropped sharply in the past year with the current number well under 8%. Whether this is due to widespread adoption of Windows 8, Internet Explorer starting to auto update or jQuery 2.0 dropping support for IE8, we’ll never know. What we do know is that it’s time to finally put a stake in its heart!
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After you put a stake in its heart, don’t forget to burn it and lock the ashes somewhere so it will never come back
Absolutely great news! Thanks!
IE11 has an option (that is checked by default) to install updates automatically. I can’t remember if older version had that.
At least some problems will go away as they update the browser so we’ll have fewer things to worry about
IE11 has an option (that is checked by default) to install updates automatically. I can’t remember if older version had that. At least some problems will go away as they update the browser
And maybe new problems occur while you think that your code is working perfect This is the nature of IE. Actually I like Microsoft but I can’t understand why they just don’t give up on web browsers…