PeteL's Blog

Product Manager, Internet Explorer, Developer Division

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    Post Web Direction North and Web Compatibility

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    I got back from Web Directions North last Sunday, and I got hit HARD with a cold or something. I made it into work on Monday to meet with the great Molly Holzschlag to figure out what our priorities are going to be for content development, and where we...
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    Generating OPML's with the RSS Platform

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    Just before I headed up to Web Directions North, I wrote a little chunk of code to help me do a system back up. Enough people at work have been losing data on their hard disks, so I decided I wasn't going to have that happen to me. I picked up a NAS storage...
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    twitter

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    (in my personal blog style) okay, so i did it.... i signed up for twitter, not sure if it's a good thing, or a bad thing... you tell me... petele on twitter, feel free to add me... i'll likely add you back, especailly if i know you, have met you, or...
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    Up At Web Directions North

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    This has been a pretty great few days up here in Vancouver at Web Directions North. It's been fantastic to connect with so many of you, to get to meet some great people, and hear some good, honest feedback. I think that biggest comment that I've walked...
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    Molly Holzschlag, IE Web Casts & IIS DownloadCENTER

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    Molly I'm really excited about the announcement we made on the IE Blog earlier today. Molly Holzschlag has joined forces with the IE team. I think this is a great win for the web design world, Moll and Microsoft. When Molly and I first started talking...
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    Internet Explorer 7 Command Line Arguments

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    MOVED This content has been moved to my new blog at: http://petelepage.com/blog/2007/01/internet-explorer-7-command-line-arguments/ Thanks, PEte
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    IE Chat Transcript Online

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    I want to thank everyone who came attended today's chat, we had a great turn out this morning! It's a lot of fun to talk to other web developers and web designers. We move forward by talking to you, and hearing what you want, and this is a great opportunity...
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    Web Designer Expert Chat Tomorrow (1/18/07)

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    Just a quick note to about the expert chat tomorrow. It'll be a great opportunity to talk to the IE team about CSS, HTML and other design specific stuff. If you've got questions, this is the place to ask them. Register here We do plan on making it available...
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    Web Directions North

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    One of the things I like a lot about my job is getting to meet and interact with people at conferences. We sponsor a whole bunch of different conferences throughout the United States and the World; often sponsorship means we get speaking opportunities...
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    IE Web Designer and Web Developer Web Casts & Chats

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    Before shipping IE7, we had regular “expert chats” where we provided you with an opportunity to ask questions and get more information about IE7 and its many features. Now that we’ve shipped, we’re going to start bringing back regular events for web developers...
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    Ottawa and Web Sites

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    I'm sitting here on the airplane on my flight back to Seattle. The video screens just kicked out in the last 20 minutes of my movie. I'm on an Air Canada flight where they have the personal video screens in the back of each seat. Nice that I can pick...
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    Ottawa Presentation Slide Deck

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    Just a quick post to post the slides from my talk last night.
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    Ottawa Dot Net User Group Meeting

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    How sucky is it to wake up on the first day of 2007 not with a hang over, but a head cold! Well, from personal experience, it's not much fun. And I'm home in Seattle where I could just turn on the fireplace (it's electric), and curl up and watch TV. I...
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    CSS Celebrates 10 years and Problems With BHOs & Tool Bars?

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    We just moved into our new building here on campus (we moved from 42 (good) to 17 (not so good)). I've spent most of the day unpacking so far, and haven't gotten much else done yet. Though I'm back to a window office. I'm right at the edge here on getting...
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    IE7 AddOn Contest Badges

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    Want to help advertise the IE7 AddOn contest that's running right now? Then why don't you add a badge to your page? Here's the source for each one, feel free to just link to them straight from my site if you'd like! <a href="http://msdn2.microsoft...
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    Web Design World Session: IE7 From CSS to RSS: How to Take Full Advantage

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    MOVED This content has been moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2006/12/web-design-world-session-ie7-from-css-to-rss-how-to-take-full-advantage/ Thanks, PEte
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    Web Design World Boston Keynote

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    I just finished my keynote for Web Design World in Boston. The topic was "Internet Explorer 7: The Route To Standards Compliance". It was the first "keynote" that I've ever given, and I think it went really well. I had several people come up afterwards...
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    PEte vs Pete

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    A few people have asked, but I figured I'd post a quick note about why I sign my emails "PEte" instead of "Pete". And yes, there is a good reason. Well, at least I think it's good. http://blogs.msdn.com/petel/pages/pete-vs-pete-the-inside-story.aspx...
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    IE6 VPC A Success &amp; Web Design World

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    IE6 VPC I can't believe how much of a success shipping the IE6 VPC image was! The fact that we got Slashdotted , picked up by TechMeme , Mary Jo Foley and several other big publications, and big blogs was fantastic. Beyond what I would have expected....
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    IE6 and IE7 Running On A Single Machine

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    The post just went live! http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/11/30/ie6-and-ie7-running-on-a-single-machine.aspx If you're looking for a way to run IE6 and IE7 side by side, and you've read my previous posts why it's not possible, here's the answer...
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    IE6 VPC Now Available For Download

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    I think the biggest question people asked about the IE6 VPC image was when will it be available? How about right now! After a rather late night last night, and a bit of a false start, I uploaded the VPC image this morning, and it's gone live. The image...
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    ASP.NET CSS Control Adapters

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    This is great new for designers and developers alike, and I'm really excited! With ASP.NET 1.x and ASP.NET 2.0, if you wanted to create pure CSS pages, it really wasn't possible. The ASP.NET controls would render with tables, inline styles and all sorts...
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    IE6 VPC Update

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    There have been a few questions as comments on my blog that I wanted to follow up on. When are we going to release the image? As soon as humanly possible. The image is done, we're just working through some time bombing issues right now. We can't ship...
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    IE6 and IE7 Side By Side

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    MOVED This content has been moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2006/11/ie6-and-ie7-side-by-side/ Thanks, PEte
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    Random Image Loading With JavaScript

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    MOVED This content has moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2006/11/random-image-loading-with-javascript/ Thanks, PEte
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