The IE8 IEAK (Internet Explorer Administrator Kit) allows you to create, deploy and manage customized Windows Internet Explorer 8 packages.
Several websites have already created their own customized versions of IE8: Yahoo, Ebay, MSN…even Google!
A question that I’ve been asked often in the last weeks is: “How can I build a custom IE8 package for Windows 7?”.
Answer: you can follow the IEAK standard procedure, having in mind the following two settings:
The IEAK will produce a smaller package with all the settings and options that you selected in the wizard. For more information, please refer to the TechNet documentation.
In my recent posts, I talked about some of the new Web Standards available with Internet Explorer 8. Since then I received tons of great feedbacks on this blog, on Twitter…even a written letter in my mail-box!
This time I would like to highlight a new website created by two amazing guys: Thor Larholm, aka “god of thunder”, and Mads Kristensen, founder of blogengine.net.
In their new site, Thor and Mads walk through some of the new CSS improvements (printing, outline, box-sizing, data:uris) and DOM features (JSON, Prototypes, Selectors, XDM…).
Check it out!