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Do, you hate IE Browser ? If, then this blog would be helpful. I do not like browser IE because of careless browser. Microsoft always release his buggy browser in each year. Due the default browser in Windows Os, it takes market wildly . Microsoft update their product in each hour ,if you are online but never update their browser. Still most of the user use Windows and use IE Browser, so designer and developer have to care for IE browser on designing.
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Comment CSS Hack for IE Browser

Css hack is more better than other hack because of w3c standard.

Here are some example for standard css hack for IE Browser

<!–[if IE]><p>You are using Internet Explorer.</p><![endif]–>
<![if !IE]><p>You are not using Internet Explorer.</p><![endif]>

<!–[if IE 7]><p>Welcome to Internet Explorer 7!</p><![endif]–>
<!–[if !(IE 7)]><p>You are not using version 7.</p><![endif]–>

<!–[if gte IE 7]><p>You are using IE 7 or greater.</p><![endif]–>
<!–[if (IE 5)]><p>You are using IE 5 (any version).</p><![endif]–>
<!–[if (gte IE 5.5)&(lt IE 7)]><p>You are using IE 5.5 or IE 6.</p><![endif]–>
<!–[if lt IE 5.5]><p>Please upgrade your version of Internet Explorer.</p><![endif]–>

<!–[if true]>You are using an <em>uplevel</em> browser.<![endif]–>
<![if false]>You are using a <em>downlevel</em> browser.<![endif]>

<!–[if true]><![if IE 7]><p>This nested comment is displayed in IE 7.</p><![endif]><![endif]–>

The conditional expression is formed from a combination of feature, operator, and/or value, as shown in the following table.
Item Example Comment
IE [if IE] The only currently supported feature is the string “IE”, corresponding to Internet Explorer.
value [if IE 7] An integer or floating point numeral corresponding to the version of the browser. Returns a Boolean value of true if the version number matches the browser version. For more information, see Version Vectors.
! [if !IE] The NOT operator. This is placed immediately in front of the feature, operator, or subexpression to reverse the Boolean meaning of the expression.
lt [if lt IE 5.5] The less-than operator. Returns true if the first argument is less than the second argument.
lte [if lte IE 6] The less-than or equal operator. Returns true if the first argument is less than or equal to the second argument.
gt [if gt IE 5] The greater-than operator. Returns true if the first argument is greater than the second argument.
gte [if gte IE 7] The greater-than or equal operator. Returns true if the first argument is greater than or equal to the second argument.
( ) [if !(IE 7)] Subexpression operators. Used in conjunction with boolean operators to create more complex expressions.
& [if (gt IE 5)&(lt IE 7)] The AND operator. Returns true if all subexpressions evaluate to true
| [if (IE 6)|(IE 7)] The OR operator. Returns true if any of the subexpressions evaluates to true.
true [if true] Always evaluates to true.
false [if false] Always evaluates to false.