Web sites reflect the company’s professional image. If your site renders improperly or not at all, your company’s reputation can be tarnished. If your site has browser display problems, visitors and potential customers will leave your site and not look back.
In the post Using Modernizr, Polyfills, YepNope, you learned how you can support browsers that might not have the capabilities that you need. But at some point you may not be able to support really old browsers. At that point, you may just want to recommend the user update. Even for enterprise apps, you will want to remind users to use a current browser rather than have your app fail because your app is expecting something that does not exist.>p>You can use the following code to help your users get up to date browsers.Here’s an example of what you can do:
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|<!–[if lt IE 7]>|
|<p class="browser">You are using an outdated browser. <a href="http://browsehappy.com/">Upgrade your browser today</a>.</p>|