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Hi, Seems it misses the respond.js , from bootstrap site :
"In addition, Internet Explorer 8 requires the use of Respond.js to enable media query support."
I will send you a patch via email. Cheers.
Some info related to the use of respond.js :
Beware of the following caveats when using Respond.js in your development and production environments for Internet Explorer 8.
Respond.js and cross-domain CSS
Using Respond.js with CSS hosted on a different (sub)domain (for example, on a CDN) requires some additional setup. See the Respond.js docs for details.
Respond.js and file://
Due to browser security rules, Respond.js doesn't work with pages viewed via the file:// protocol (like when opening a local HTML file). To test responsive features in IE8, view your pages over HTTP(S). See the Respond.js docs for details.
Respond.js and @import
Respond.js doesn't work with CSS that's referenced via @import. In particular, some Drupal configurations are known to use @import. See the Respond.js docs for details.
Here are a few facts:
My 2 cents:
IE8 is more used than IE9. So if you drop IE8 support it makes so sens to support IE9.
There are still some other interesting facts :
That's almost a quarter of the internet browsing.
Correct me if I am wrong but that's some motivation to send that respond.js patch.
I sent the patch some time ago to Katia and it worked ( I do not have writing power on this bootstrap cube ).
Would be nice to know your decision about this.
Ticket #3729331 - latest update on 2014/12/19, created on 2014/04/09 by Katia Saurfelt