This blog is closed as of 2/2015. @EricLaw left Microsoft in 2012, but was named an IE MVP in '13 & an IE userAgent ( in '14.

September, 2013

  • IEInternals

    Internet Explorer 11’s Many User-Agent Strings

    If you found this post, chances are good that you’re searching for IE11’s User-Agent string. Why? Were you planning to control your website’s behavior based on the browser “sniffed” from the User-Agent (UA) string?...
  • IEInternals

    IE11 Changes

    In the past, I’ve published “Minor changes” lists for IE9 and IE10 . The goal of those lists was to briefly document changes that might not be recorded elsewhere. This time around, I’m aiming to provide broader coverage of changes...
  • IEInternals

    Fun with Favicons

    Last week, Ray Sun wrote a short post about the origins of the Favicon , the little “site icon” you see on the tab when you visit a website in any major desktop browser. The cool thing about using the .ICO format as the basis of Favicons is...
  • IEInternals

    A Quick Look at P3P

    Internet Explorer supports a cookie-restricting privacy feature called P3P. Web developers often get tripped up by it because no other browser implements the P3P standard. I’ve written about IE’s cookie control features previously (and more...
  • IEInternals

    History and the TravelLog

    Internet Explorer keeps track of your browsing history in two ways. The active tab’s list of the back/forward navigations is called the TravelLog . You can see this list with a click-and-hold on the back or forward arrow: The list of pages...
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