I recently taught a class on how to build a simple WordPress plugin to the San Antonio Advanced WordPress Meetup Group. I was surprised and honored to find out that a good friend and fellow WordPress evangelist Yusuf Chowdhury wanted to Periscope the tutorial. Join in the fun and watch it below!
Today I am going to give you two simple ways of creating IE Conditional Comments in WordPress. I don’t know about you but I can’t wait for IE8 and below to die! It makes a developer’s job way more difficult than it needs to be. The reality though is that we have to support these later versions until then. There are tons of solutions out on the web but I want to give you guys what I have found to be the easiest for me. If you would like to learn a little bit more about Conditional Comments before you start just head on over to the WordPress Codex and read what they have to say about them.