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Browsers will still see many web sites very differently. Now we have even more browsers to worry about with systems like the Play Station 3, iPhone, and now Google’s Chrome. However there is a workaround that internet explorer incorporated into their latest browser, Internet Explorer 7. Though we would all like a standard to be an actual standard as opposed to guidelines ( which DTD is being more referred as for html/xhtml ), it is nice and actually a shock to see Microsoft recognize the differences and give us a useful way of handling the problem.
Internet Explorer calls these hacks: Conditionals. These are more or less comments that IE will interpret and other browsers will see as comments (as they should).
The following is a short list of conditionals Internet Explorer has given to us: Read the rest of this entry »