Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:23 PM
Ahh yes, the bastard child of the browsers, Internet Explorer.
Some more advanced sections/features dont currently fully support ie8, This is because they use CSS3/html5. so if ie8 support is important then dont use advanced functionality.
We've decided to provide partial support for IE8, and full support for IE9 and up. First and foremost, we're a forward thinking company, and we're committed to making sure your sites are pimpalicous on forward thinking browsers such as Chrome, Safari, FF, and even the IE9 and 10.
Secondly, the market share of IE8 is at 8%, and continues to drop dramatically month after month. Instead of focusing energy on a dying browser version, we instead focus our energy on compatibility with up to date browsers.
Also, just today Chrome surpassed IE to become the worlds most used browser. To back some of the above, here's the global market share breakdown of IE;
Also, here's all the global market share of the browsers breakdown