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When using browserstack.com for Nick's "Responsive Web Design and Testing" section-my site came up w/ errors for Windows

When using browserstack.com for Nick's "Responsive Web Design and Testing" section, my site came up with errors for all of the Windows browsers (but worked for the rest).

Does anyone know why this might be the case, and if it's something we should concern ourselves with regarding the code we've implemented and learned?

Is it possible that some code is out of date in this regard - or more likely that my code is somehow incorrect?

1 Answer

Nate Conley
Nate Conley
16,191 Points

Internet Explorer is notoriously finicky. A good resource for checking compatibility of different features for browsers is caniuse.com.