[Web #6] 10 Awesome & Important Features You Can Use When You Stop Supporting Internet Explorer
For many years, there’s been a big excuse to exclude awesome new website features. They didn’t work with Internet Explorer. But now that only a tiny …
Always the $$$ question in web development or technology generally. When to stop supporting old stuff? In the case of Internet Explorer, the answer seems clear, but the 1% traffic number got my attention. That's potentially a lot of people! Will you alienate those viewers? I'm not sure. If they're still using IE, they're probably experiencing other issues elsewhere and ignore/don't notice, so maybe you won't lose much traffic or any. Sometimes we continue supporting old stuff without a second thought. It's always good to review assumptions now and then.