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.