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“Sadistic” Web Developers Taunt Internet Explorer 6 Users
There’s a good article on CNN.com today titled “ Web citizens trying to kill Internet Explorer 6 ”, about web developers going on the offense to get users of IE 6 to upgrade their browser . I was hoping to see Expression Web MVP Morten Rand-Hendricksen ’s own website Stop Living In The Past mentioned...
6 Aug 2009
Save Internet Explorer 6
Just stumbled on this website which happened to launched on this special day, April 1, 2009: http://www.saveie6.com/ :)
1 Apr 2009
Test your sites in different versions of Internet Explorer (Part 2) – Introducing SuperPreview (BETA)
My earlier post Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer has received a lot of hits since posted it and so I'm really pleased to submit this follow-up post on a new feature developed by my Expression Web team called SuperPreview that helps with the same problem. Rather than...
18 Mar 2009
Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer
[Update March 18, 2009 - see my new post about a new feature called SuperPreview for testing your website in multiple versions of IE: http://blogs.msdn.com/anna/archive/2009/03/18/test-your-sites-in-different-versions-of-internet-explorer-part-2-introducing-superpreview-beta.aspx . Now back to the original...
25 Jan 2009
Google’s Chrome: Dang, Yet Another Browser to Test my Websites In…or should I even bother?
There’s a new kid on the block in the web browser neighborhood: CHROME by Google. Yet another web browser that front end web developers need to consider testing their websites in. Or do we? Depends… All of the web developers that I’ve met with consider Internet Explorer the most important web browser...
4 Sep 2008
Click to activate DEACTIVATED in Internet Explorer
Passing along the good news that the 'click to activate' behavior has been removed from Internet Explorer: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/04/08/ie-automatic-component-activation-now-available.aspx Hooray!
8 Apr 2008
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