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John Imperio9,486 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?
Jacques Vincilione17,292 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.