Limitations you should be aware of when Internet Explorer 9 parses CSS files
Internet Explorer until version 9 has some
Summarized, these are:
- Up to 31 CSS files or tags per page.
- Up to 4095 selectors per CSS file.
- Up to 3 nested @import rules
To test the selector limit for a specific browser, check this.
When you run into this issue, the following links might be helpful to fix the problem. The Idea is to split up the css files that have been generated by sass.
Some websites (e.g. https://www.devexpress.com/Support/Center/p/K18487.aspx) say there was a css file size limit at about 288kb but this is neither listed in thenor could this bug be reproduced. I think people ran into the selector limit. If you have a test that approves the file size limit, please give me a shout.
Arne added athat holds a few sample files so you can test it yourself.
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