Thanks for your reply :) I actually have it just like you suggest in my html pages. However, when a user clicks on the ‘Send’ button on the email form within the Contact Us page, it activates a PHP page that will generate the email with all the responses from the form and sends it to me and then displays a page to the user telling them the message was sent successfully. In the html pages, my conditional comment work perfectly and adds in the IE style sheet where required. However, the same does not work in the php file, so the page that is returned when successful is all over the place if viewed in an IE browser. So my question is how do I achieve the same thing here, i.e. ensure that a user with an IE browser will also get the right styles applied in the $theResults = <<<EOD part of the php file?
Code in contact.html
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Code in contactformprocess.php
Phone Number: $phoneField
$headers = “From: $emailrn”;
$headers .= “Content-type: text/htmlrn”;
$success = mail($webMaster, $emailSubject, $body, $headers);
/* Results rendered as HTML */
$theResults = <<