How to Develop a Web Application Compatible With Internet Explorer 11

Developing web pages compatible with Internet Explorer can be tough at times. Even though Internet Explorer’s support was pulled back by Microsoft, it still remains a popular choice among users. Internet Explorer misbehaves with some of the most important components of HTML, be it low-height, margin, or padding.
To achieve a proper fix to this problem, developers can use conditional comments and CSS commands to target browser specific commands. While it is practically impossible to achieve 100% compatibility for Internet Explorer due to its discontinued support and compatibility issues, there are several feasible ways to make sure that the user receives a decent experience. Although there is no way to develop perfectly compatible web pages, here’s a guide on how to develop a web application compatible with Internet Explorer 11 and its other variants.