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IF IE statement changes to different theme.

  • I would like to know how I can make a IF IE statement that will direct the user to the blog index but will change for the default theme to a special theme.

    Basically this is what is going on. I just got done making a new theme and I’m going to use it, the problem is that its not done for IE yet because IE sucks and takes more coding. So I’m still working on getting the IE version working. I basically want it to find if the viewer is using IE, and if so it will change it from “a” to “b” and only use “b”.

    If you know how to do this please post the code that I would have to use.

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  • I can’t really help with the code you were asking (I am not a coder) but I thought you may want to know that even in FF you have quite a number of errors – when trying to validate.
    Maybe you don’t even need a separate stylesheet, just valid code.

    I don’t know how you would know because the template I am making is not even avaiable for people to view right now.

    If no link is posted I always assume people are talking about the blog that is linked to their name in their profile.
    If you are talking about another site, you are supposed to warn people that the site/theme is not online.

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