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Just figured I'd drop a code snippet here on how I added some conditional IE-specific style sheets to one of my child themes. If you have any additional insight on how to do this, feel free to add to the thread. The gist below is a modified fork from this original one: https://gist.github.com/woodent/4947518.
Hi! Since it's been a while since you posted your question, I hope you were able to get it resolved.
If not, please report back here, and I will try to assist, or will escalate.
Hi Susan, thanks for checking in. I actually just posted this is a help for others who may be wanting to create conditional style sheets. I thought I had marked it as "Not a Support Question", but apparently the system doesn't really account for that very well, or maybe I misunderstood the purpose of that option. We can always mark it as "Resolved" if that's the proper protocol.
Sorry about that - I should have read the first sentence!
No need to mark it as resolved! I'll just pay more attention - I'm trying to clean out some of the unanswered posts which are resolved!
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