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Justin Grenier

Good Morning, Swetha.

Most of the features in HTML5 won't be supported by IE 9.  Html5test.com is a neat site for testing your browser's support for HTML5.  In a recent test, IE 9 scored a total of 143 points out of 500.

Here is a handy compatibility chart.  Google Chrome is going to produce the absolute best results for HTML5.

Please let us know if you need anything else.  Thanks!

Swetha R

Thanks Peter. I have installed the google frame on IE and it is working great.   

If I got your question right.....you need to remove the below line from head element of the page.

 location.href = location.href.replace("_html5", "_unsupported");

to get rid of the remark in ie9 that html5 is not supported.