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Erik Nuber20,629 Points
.no-flexbox class when creating fallback CSS.
Would like to know why this is being used and, how it actually is working within the CSS when it doesn't seem to reference a class in either the HTML or the modernizr.js file.
We included a Modernizr.js file and linked it via a script but otherwise, there isn't a class for "no."
christophe Bonge6,618 Points
hi, after linked modernizr.js to your html file, if you emulate this file in IE 9 ( which doesn't support flexbox ) you will see in the IE9 dev tools a class="no-flexbox" in your HTML element . This is the class you will use to make a fallback for IE 9.