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22 Sep 2005

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    Call to action: The demise of CSS hacks and broken pages

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    We’re starting to see the first round of sites and pages breaking due to the CSS fixes we have made. We would like to ask your help in cleaning up existing CSS hacks in your pages for IE7. It is has been our policy since IE6 that under quirks doctype we will not make any behavioral changes so that existing pages will continue to render unmodified, but under the strict doctype we want to change behavior to be as compliant as possible with the web standards. For IE7, we introduced new CSS functionality...
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    A quick blog from the floor of the Hack in the box conference

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    Tony and Rob have just wrapped up their keynote here in Kuala Lumpur, and I wanted to make sure that the resources they talked about are listed here both for the benefit of the conference attendees who wanted to get to them and to everyone else who couldn’t be here today. The talk spoke to how Microsoft’s Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) has influenced the development of IE 7. Specifically, and quite obviously if you’ve been reading this blog, IE 7 isn’t just about patching problems but about...
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    The orange icon...

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    We are currently working on the icon for feeds and have some designs to share. It’s orange. It’s rectangular. Check it out on the RSS blog . - Jane
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    IE October 2005 Security Update is now available!

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    The IE October 2005 security updates are now available! This group of security updates is now available via Windows Update . Alternatively, you can receive this and all other Microsoft updates available via the new Microsoft Update . I would encourage you to upgrade to Microsoft Update if you haven’t already. Information about the IE Security update can be found at: MS05-052 – Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (KB# 896688) This security update package contains fixes for the following...
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    IE development in China

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    The information published in this post is now out-of-date. —IEBlog Editor, 21 August 2012 Tony Chor , Rob Franco , and myself are in Beijing today as we make our way to Kuala Lumpur for the Hack-In-The-Box conference . We have a great team over here in what we call the ATC (Advanced Technology Center). In the past 6 months they’ve gone from just starting to adding serious value to IE 7. The folks over here have already contributed to IE 7 by re-writing the select control which Chris Wilson...
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