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    runa
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    Hi guys!
    I use a flashfallback exclusively for IE-users on my HTML 5 website that contains video in a











    It has worked pretty good. With IE9 things are getting more complicated. I want to exclude IE9 which is capable of HTML 5 from the if-area but keep the fallback for visitors with Windows XP, i.e. IE <= 8. My PHP is poor. Can anyone help me? Thanks alot.
    Runa

    #55822
    jamygolden
    Moderator

    You can wrap it in this HTML:


    #55829
    runa
    Member

    Okay, I should have mentioned that the simplest way doesn’t work out. There will remain two video-elements in the DOM then. The other one cannot be removed so easily. There will be no video neither in IE8 nor IE9 then.

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    jamygolden
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    I don’t get why you can’t do that. You above code can be achieved in html by doing this:





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