<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge,chrome=IE8"/>
You really should leave that line there...it tells IE to open the file correctly, and to load the chrome frame if it's a down-level browser (IE8 or IE7). Otherwise, by default IE will open the HTML file in compatibility mode, and your users won't see any animation/interactivity that you added in EA unless they manually modify their IE settings.
If you're server-side handy, you could set up your server to send this header out via http instead, and then you could omit that line from the HTML file. Look here for more info on what to do:
hi thanks for that
so if i add that code to the .htaccess file on the root of the public_html on the server, then I don't need to add it onto any of the websites?
that sounds do-able, thanks.. prefer valid code.