Add -ms prefix for enabling grid in IE 11

As a corporate user of Webflow, we still have close to 25% of traffic hitting our sites coming from IE 11. We'd like to play with grid but we can't because the code is missing the -ms preifx and so it doesn't work in IE 11. Can you please add this?

  • Josh Gordon
  • Oct 22 2018
  • Shipped
  • Dec 3, 2018

    Admin response

    We've shipped this addition to grid a few weeks ago! The -ms prefix will make your grid layouts look better in IE11, but not perfect. Make sure to test your website on all of these different browsers. 

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  • Hamish Maclean commented
    2 Feb, 2019 06:36am

    Shipped, but it doesn't work. Even small business websites are getting 7% ie traffic for me. Let's apply that to lost ecommerce revenue. It is massive. Grid is out the window for while.

  • Josh Gordon commented
    10 Dec, 2018 11:32pm

    Sadly, even with the CSS for IE, grid support is pretty awful. Obviously not WF's fault here and I appreciate that this was shipped. I'm just not clear what's possible with grid in IE since even simple grid sites don't seem to render properly. Sigh...

  • Alexander Skiczuk commented
    3 Dec, 2018 07:21pm

    It's still pretty useless..

  • Sturm Bernhard commented
    3 Dec, 2018 03:19pm

    Last time I checked (today) -ms prefix is now part of the webflow CSS! @webflow can you confirm this update?

  • Bill V commented
    2 Nov, 2018 04:52pm

    Thank you for bringing this up, I was confused by lack of support and lack of comments regarding this - although exciting, unfortunately for me it is also unusable without some IE support. 

    I would vote but I am out of votes, so a comment will have to suffice

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