IEInternals

A look at Internet Explorer from the inside out. @EricLaw left Microsoft in 2012, but was named an IE MVP in '13 & an IE userAgent (http://useragents.ie) in '14

May, 2010

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    Certificate Enrollment from the Browser

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    Back in Windows XP, an ActiveX control known as XEnroll could be used from the browser to request digital certificates on the client’s behalf. Certificate authorities and others would use this control when a customer purchased a certificate for...
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    The Performance Impact of META REFRESH

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    Some sites will utilize the META REFRESH directive to perform a client-side redirection. In general, this should be avoided in favor of other redirection types, for instance, a server-side redirection (HTTP/3xx) or by using JavaScript. Using META REFRESH...
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    XDomainRequest - Restrictions, Limitations and Workarounds

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    Update : Internet Explorer 10+ supports CORS using XMLHTTPRequest . You should prefer that object over the legacy XDomainRequest object. In Internet Explorer 8, the XDomainRequest object was introduced. This object allows AJAX applications to make...
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