I had included a link to another topic thread that discussed how SketchUp uses the current MSIE libraries …
Basically SketchUp puts a default emulation version at registry key:
Ref: Internet Feature Controls (B..C) (Internet Explorer) | Microsoft Docs
I speculated that:
But I noted (in that thread) this is likely set so as to allow Trimble Extension Warehouse and the 3D Warehouse to work.
So, I don’t think they should be changed unless the SketchUp team asks us to.
I also said, in that thread, that it is best to override this using the
<meta> tag, (as Thomas also says in his reply above.)
I included web links to good information about MSIE document compatibility.
(I post them again for your web designer.)
It is traditional in Windows software, that there be an "About
<software name>" link at the bottom of the “Help” menu, that opens an “About” dialog, that displays (in addition to copyright statements,) the version of the software.
Microsoft Internet Explorer continues this tradition.
For example, on my machine, the MSIE “About” dialog displays:
Update Versions: 11.0.32 (KB3160005)
Most of us have never seen your website before, so “main photo section” meant nothing to me.
Okay, now YES I can see there is a big box labeled “Official”, and within it a left column of tabs, and an image broswer frame of some kind, accessed via the tab “Photos”.
Within SketchUp, the photos inside the image browser are little
[X] symbols. Like the page cannot access the image resources.
These images are coming from another domain it looks like:
Why use “https://” protocol ?
Also in the head, I see:
<!-- HTML5 Shim and Respond.js IE8 support of HTML5 elements and media queries -->
<!-- WARNING: Respond.js doesn't work if you view the page via file:// -->
<!--[if lt IE 9]>
… and many references to a “role” attribute in the HTML elements.
These pages are aimed at HTML 5.
And BTW, in American English we do not normally use the term “Informations” spelled with an “s” on the end, in a plural sense. It sounds weird that way.
The word “Information” is a word describing a collection or set. Ie,
- Any fact or set of facts, …