The Google Chrome Frame is not new. It’s an IE plugin that acts as an additional rendering engine that delivers more or less the same features, offerings, and HTML5 + CSS3 goodness as the standard Google Chrome. Long story short, it’s a Google Chrome running inside your Internet Explorer. The ultimate problem was that it needed to be installed by a user with administrative rights.
And then the “non-admin” Chrome Frame came around. It’s a Chrome Frame that can be installed by any user on a client computer. Now, there’s virtually no reason anymore not to install it if you’re stuck on a legacy Internet Explorer for some reason.
Getting users to install Chrome Frame
Now, in order to be able to deliver all the cutting-edge HTML 5 rainbow goodness for your clients, you just have to make sure that install the Google Chrome Frame. How to do that?
Just include the following inside your markup, preferably right before the closing