The new HTML5 Markup Language has introduced several new element features not available in HTML4, for example elements like header, section, nav, footer, aside, and article. Where these new tags will work in Opera, Safari, Chrome or Firefox they will not function in Internet Explorer (version 8 and earlier). The problem is that due to the way parsing works in IE, these elements are not recognized properly. This tutorial explains how to get HTML5 tags to work in IE8 and its earlier releases. It is possible...read more
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