5 thoughts on “How to Scare IE Users into Upgrading with only ONE Line of Code

  1. This is awesome!

    One suggestion: It would be better if the user could click ANYWHERE in the ribbon to activate it, that way it acts more like the native widget instead of just a hyperlink.

    To do this:

    1) Apply “display: block” style to the A tag.

    2) Apply the styles for the background image (including the padding-left) to the A tag instead of the DIV.

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  3. I would also move the FF recommendation above the IE7 one (and put a warning about how bad IE7 standards support is, as well). Really, Opera, Safari & Chrome should also be listed before you list IE7.

    Great work here.

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