Here you have taught - how to make a responsive website......
The completed web page doesnot work well in IE 6,8...what should i do for it to work in all the oldest versions of IE?
This is the link....here you can download the Completed web page from the sample files folder...pls...check.....that in the desktop layout those three columns(which were aligned side by side) come down one by one in IE8...........
Do you mean to say even on IE8, it breaks down? Or only IE6?
If it is IE6, yes it will break down - IE6 is not a HTML5 browser (doesn't support in full). Like Hans said, IE6 is obsolete now.
Keep IE8 as your benchmark and test upwards of IE8.
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There is no logical reason to even attempt to make responsive sites
responsive in old browsers. The very concept defines progressive
enhancement. What Adobe is doing with its approach is an utter waste of
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#1 IE8 doesn't support CSS Media Queries.
#2 Mobile & Tablet devices do not use IE8 browsers.
SOLUTION: Build a fixed-width desktop style sheet for IE-only and add a Conditional Comment above the </head> tag and after all other CSS styles.
<!--[if lt IE 9]> <link href="IE-only.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> <![endif]-->
IE8 and below will use the IE-only.css
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