In brief: How to make the new HTML 5 tags work with Internet Explorer.
Web developers cry happily looking at HTML 5, which has finally arrived. Though most of its features, such as WebGL, multiple streams, and web sockets, are not yet supported by some browsers, we can already use its new, handy tags.
Alas, Internet Explorer (even its latest version, IE8) is dragging its feet as usually — it simply ignores any tags newer than HTML 4, so you cannot even use CSS styles with them!
Actually, there are two problems in IE: you have to separately switch on the support of the HTML 5 tags in the ordinary document and in the dynamically added (for example, via AJAX) content.
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