By Dave Haygarth October 19, 2009
Google has made a cheeky and brave attempt to fix Microsoft's Internet Explorer shortcomings, by encouraging Internet Explorer users to use the Google Chrome rendering engine inside Internet Explorer.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 - in particular -has no support from Microsoft and hasSecurity holes that are never properly patched.
The CSS model for it is worthless.
It uses big, messy workarounds for FlashWorking as a plugin for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome Frame leaves the rendering of the page to Chrome.
Google allows web developers to trigger Chrome Frame by inserting a single line of code into their webpages:The switch of rendering engines is achieved using a tag Microsoft invented to emulate compatibility with older versions of Internet Explorer.