PeteL's Blog

Product Manager, Internet Explorer, Developer Division

May, 2006

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    CSS Positioning: Margin, Border, and Padding

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    MOVED This content has been moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2006/05/css-positioning-margin-border-and-padding/ Thanks, PEte
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    Free ASP.NET Hosting

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    A few weeks ago, one of the forum posts I was looking at asked about free ASP.NET hosting. I knew when we had shipped, we had offered some, but do you think I could find it a few weeks ago when someone really wanted it? Of course not. http://www...
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    DOCType? Why do I need that?

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    I got a comment on my last post ( CSS Positioning: Margin, Border, and Padding ) that was rather blut, telling me to pull it down, as it was confusing and IE rendered things incorrectly. I did a little checking into things and s/he was partially correct...
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    Hosted vs Home Grown

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    I'm struggling with an interesting connumdrum right now. I take a lot of pictures. And I mean a lot of pictures, I've got 11,000+ digital photos, and more than 500 rolls of film that hasn't been scanned. I love to share my photos with my friends, and...
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    Overriding "Activating" ActiveX Controls

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    I'm in the midst of a DHTML test pass right now (this is a separate issue from the one I previously blogged about), and I came across a rather frustrating change. In response to the patent lawsuit between Microsoft and Eolas, we released an update for...
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    personal: this side up.

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    I figured I'd share this with both my personal and work blogs as it's kind of funny and a little humbling. In my personal blog, I always write in smallcaps, so just ignore that fact, and hopefully you'll get a laugh out of my morning. my friend heath...
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    CSS Reboot!

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    Darn, I found out about this a little too late for this go round, but I'm going to do it for next time. Honest! Have you heard about CSS Reboot ? The idea is that twice a year, participating websites redo their CSS pages and come up with new, fun,...
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    Hiring & Ship Stuff

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    I've got a good entry coming tomorrow, where I'm going to talk about the DHTML control and some changes coming in the Vista time frame. I mentioned a few weeks ago that we're pulling it from Vista, and I'll fill you in with complete details then. But...
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