Is IE8 still supported?
Effective January 12, 2016, Internet Explorer 8 is no longer supported on numerous version of Windows, due to new policies specifying that only the newest version of IE available for a supported version of Windows will be supported.
Who still uses IE8?
The higher estimate comes from StatCounter (the same data feed used by the “Can I use” usage table). It estimates global IE8 desktop browser proportion to be around 0.37%….IE8 Usage By Region #
Is Yahoo Internet Explorer?
It is available for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. Yahoo! Several additional features are available on the Internet Explorer version, as well as incorporating Firefox-style tabbed browsing to IE version 6.0 (versions 7.0 and later allow tabbed browsing).
Should I support IE8?
So what should you do? Even if a relevant number of your users still use legacy IE browsers, do not support them. If your site breaks in IE10, IE9 or IE8, let it break and force users to look for safer alternatives.
Is Yahoo a web browser or search engine?
When the user gets a bit familiar with Yahoo, they have a doubt in mind that whether Yahoo is a search engine or web browser. Often user gets confused between the search engine and web browser. A question always comes to everyone’s mind – is Yahoo a search engine. So, the answer is – Yes, Yahoo is a search engine.
How can I install Firepath on Firefox?
Firepath is an extension to Firebug, so you would only be able to install it after installing FireBug. 1) Go to Tools > Web Developer > Get More Tools. 2) It will open a Webpage and will display all the plugins available for Firefox browser.
What can you do with the Firepath addon?
FirePath addon is a Firebug extension that includes a development tool to review, edit and produce XPath 1.0 articulations, CSS 3 selectors and JQuery selectors. This module broadens the ability of the FireBug add-on. It brings the choices to change, investigate and produce XPath and the CSS Selector locators.
How to get Firepath and inspect in Firebug?
Generate an XPath expression or a CSS selector for an element by right-clicking on it and selecting ” Inspect in FirePath ” in the context menu. Like Firebug it also gives you the Xpath of the selected Element. Firepath is an extension to Firebug, so you would only be able to install it after installing FireBug.
Is there a Firebug Lite version of IE?
So the fabulous Firebug is not available for IE. But a lite version is – as a bookmarklet, and is apparently compatible with IE6+. But how the how the hell do I add a bookmarklet to IE8? I am unable to drag and drop to the Favourites bar (is this the same as bookmarks?).