In recent years and changing times, I’ve found myself testing my websites across every browser I can readily get my hands on, but I’ve often wondered. What is the point in developing for IE or Edge, which account for some 5% of internet usage when they don’t support-at least easily-many features of engaging Web Design? So, is it *really* worth it to develop for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge users? Who should we be developing for really, and is it worth the struggle to get your site working well across every browser especially when and if your target demographic isn’t going to be accessing through those browsers? Please let me know what you think and if you have anything you’d like to add. Tood-a-loo!
Source for Browser Usage Stats:
Browser Usage Statistics Across the Years
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On news sites that I regularly visit, I blow out the top nav, footers, comments, recommended articles, social media, next article, “helpful” hints, modal popups, most video features, etc.
I go to the article and see the article with nothing else.
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