Questions tagged [microsoft-edge]

Microsoft Edge is a web browser released for Windows 10, installed alongside Internet Explorer (IE) 11. Edge is designed to be the replacement web browser to IE, as IE is slated to cease development after IE 11. Edge uses the EdgeHTML layout engine (a fork of Trident) and Chakra Javascript engine.

Microsoft Edge is a free web browser developed by Microsoft, come as the default browser on , , and . It began using a proprietary layout engine, EdgeHTML, forked from the Trident layout engine, designed to provide better support for emerging web standards. However, with the Edge 79 release, Microsoft is switching to browser engine with JavaScript engine (developed under project)

Microsoft Edge includes built-in support for voice assistance (through Cortana) and cloud storage integration (through OneDrive).


Microsoft Edge is available for:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 10 mobile
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • macOS
  • iOS
  • Android


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ResizeObserver - loop limit exceeded

About two months ago we started using Rollbar to notify us of various errors in our Web App. Ever since then we have been getting the occasional error: ResizeObserver loop limit exceeded The thing that confuses me about this is that we are not using…
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Remove Microsoft Edge's phone number styling

I noticed that the new Microsoft Edge browser overrides my styles when it detects phone numbers: (123)123-1234 See this jsfiddle (must be opened using Microsoft Edge :P). This sort of intrudes upon the design of the…
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How to target Microsoft Edge with CSS?

I would like to target Edge and have flexbox behave simliar to Firefox 33 / Chrome, for more detail see this question. Can one target Edge in CSS?
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How to Identify Microsoft Edge browser via CSS?

I'm developing web application and I need to identify Microsoft Edge's browser separately from others, to apply unique styling. Is there a way to identify Edge by using CSS? Just like,