Mediatizr adds media queries to browsers that don't support it (like Internet Explorer 5.5-8). It's based on Sheethub and W to have a better compatibility with retrieving stylesheets and responsive events.
You can pick the minified library or install it with :
jam install pyrsmk-mediatizr bower install mediatizr npm install pyrsmk-mediatizr
- px/em values
- resizing, zooming and text size changing will re-evaluate media queries for live responsive adjustment
- @keyframes friendly
- expose current media queries support with
Link the script at the top of your page, under your stylesheet declarations. There's several versions of mediatizr, depending on what dependency is included on. Most of the time you want to pick
There's some issues between IE<8 and em values in W. If you've planned to use
em units in your media queries and you want to support IE6/7, then you must load mediatizr when the DOM is ready.
Using mediatizr with
STYLE stylesheets (sheets that have been included to the HTML page itself) doesn't work, because when the browser parses the
STYLE node and encounters rules that it doesn't understand then it will simply drop them, and your media queries are just lost. For...ever.
Mediatizr is brought to you with the MIT license.