I have a directive that loads an article in HTML from a CMS via a REST API and a template file what should be compiled together with the article.
scope.document = theLoadedArticle;
This worked in most browsers except our old “friend” Internet Explorer 8. The reason is I have another directive in the loaded template file and I need to tell the DOM compiler about this (IE8 is cranky about non-html tags).
So, inside the template file I added:
//Needed for IE8/9
Now it works. It could probably be done outside the template file as well.
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Hiya, you can achieve same thing if you set your directive to replace element with it’s template