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Alternative to IE Conditional Comment


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A few weeks ago I ran into a problem about how I can specifically style IE10 and then I found out that Conditional Comment (CC) no longer supported. So I thought, 'Wow...it would be nice to not use them at all. So I googled the alternatives and I came across this article. So far I have used this and it works like a charm. No more CC for me! :)

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This looks like a hack to me. Conditional comments, I believe, are more reliable.As written in the article:

DisclaimerI’m not advocating the use of these techniques, I’ve shared this information because it’s not documented anywhere. Use this if it suits you to do so but be warned, the word hack appears frequently in this post for a reason.
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