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Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 Essentials by Asoj Talesra, Gaurav Gupta, Alex Libby

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Following best practices

A key question we must ask ourselves is to what extent we will support the use of particular browsers when developing our websites. The answer to this will lie in monitoring analytical software, to determine which browsers are being used.

In most cases, it should show modern browsers being used, but there are still limited instances of old browsers in use; for example, IE6 is still being used, although its market share is now a tiny 0.25%, as at April 2016. This raises the question of what we should support, if monitoring analytics for our sites shows that only a tiny percentage (that is, lower than 1%, for example) of usage is for older browsers, then we may take the decision to not support them if the effort and resources ...

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