@Schmotty In ideal world that’s fine. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible…I deal with global companies (Fortune 500) on a daily basis and many of them are still using IE6. Try as you might there is nothing you can do to shift them until their IT departments are good and ready.
I serve them a different experience to my clients with more modern browsers but as long as it is functional they won’t know the difference or at the very least will know that the problem is not at my end.
Ok I have simplified it down to a basic shell. Test this on your web server and see if it works. EDIT: I forgot to mention that this was using what @karlpcrowley recommended first of all
If this does not work then it might be the way the file is being requested from the server. Basically instead of text/x-component it might be requested as a text/html which will cause it not to work.
You can fix this problem one of two ways….
1st I have added a file called ie-css3.php which requests the file with the correct headers.
2nd You can add an .htaccess file that does it for you which I have also added.
If it’s not working then I am stumped. :)
Dear al my friends, i am new member css-tricks.
please any body help me?
I also face the same problem and I made a css3 border radius in IE6,7,8 and 9 does not supported.
any body please give sample complete document or ready file.
please any body help me.
I’m using csspie with no issues in a LESS mixin for border-radius. Works like a charm… I have come across one issue…
I have an border radius on a parent element with a grey background colour and it’s child with a white background colour… The issue that I’m having is that after pie runs, the white background of the child element disappears. When I hover the parent element, the child element changes its background-colour, so I’m confident it’s not the css. It seems to be an issue with pie.htc… has anyone come across this issue and have very cleverly devised a handy fix?
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