The demise of the free, standalone versions of Internet Explorer has caused a great deal of anxiety on the Web. It shouldn’t have. Microsoft’s announcements just underline the importance of developing to standards: browsers come and go, standards endure.
As well, Microsoft has promised to release bug fixes for the free versions of Internet Explorer as needed. Their customers (that’s almost all of us) should demand they include standards bugs among those they’ll be fixing. In the latest WaSP Opinion, we do.
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