Support for <head> entries that must go before resource inclusions

Issue #65 resolved
Patrick Gerken
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apparently, Microsoft believes that most Intranet sites suck at html. Thats the easiest explanation why IE renders every site it considers an intranet site in the compatible mode (its the I suck at rendering mode).

There is one way to fix that, you can tell IE with a special tag in the head area to render the page in a specific (ie modern) IE rendering mode.

But this header only works, if it appears BEFORE the css and js inclusions.

So it would be nice to either have a fake requirement that can add this header, or way to declare that resources should be included at the end of the head section.

I had this problem months ago, I didn't file a bug because apparently, setting this as a http header also did the trick. Now I file it because I was asked for it @EuroPython.

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