I strongly suspect that the vast majority of web users out there who are currently interested in (or using) sites with HTML5-powered goodies tend to run browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera. Still, if you happen to be saddled with Internet Explorer and want to experiment with HTML5 sites, you're out of luck. At least you were out of luck. Developer Christian Adams has...
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