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  1. Hello internet. I am starting to work with media Querys (like ones below): @media screen and (max-width : 460px) { .someclassname {display: block;} } I am struggling to style IE10 browsers and below (I anticipate half of my users will be IE folks) because the media querys will not work for them. I can use the conditional statement below but the browser will still attempt to put the rest of the code on the page making it look all screwed up: <!--[if lte IE 8 ]> SOME CODE <![endif]--> A BUNCH MORE CODE How do I use html conditional statements to get rid of “A BUNCH MORE CODE” on the site?
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