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John Imperio
John Imperio
9,486 Points

"LTE" in the phrase "if lte IE 8", which is used in the HTML to declare a fallback, is an acronym for _______?

isn't the answer "Less Than or Equal"? why am I still getting an incorrect answer?

1 Answer

Jacques Vincilione
Jacques Vincilione
17,292 Points

LTE: Less than or equal to

IE: if lte IE 8 would mean ie 8 and lower.

Here is a good link that will show you several conditional IE comments and what they mean.

http://css-tricks.com/how-to-create-an-ie-only-stylesheet/

John Imperio
John Imperio
9,486 Points

I was actually referring to the answer to the question itself - i tried several variations of the answer "Less than or equal to" but I was still getting an incorrect answer. Thanks for the link though!

Jacques Vincilione
Jacques Vincilione
17,292 Points

No problem. I can't remember what I had to put for that. But I have noticed some of the questions are incredibly picky with answers.

This link:

https://teamtreehouse.com/forum/flexible-images-part-two-quiz

states that the answer is 'less than or equal to' exactly like that. (Case and all I believe.)