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IE7 CSS Improvements

By Drew McLellan | September 3rd, 2005 | Filed in Browsers

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Over at the IEblog, Justin Rogers details further improvements to CSS 2.1 parsing in IE7 – particularly when operating in strict mode.

On the list is improvements to pseudo-element selectors (like :first-letter), multi-class selectors, and root-node selection.

It’s all pretty heavy CSS geekery, but it’s important CSS geekery, and is as ever excellent to see these bugs being addressed. Executive summary for your mom: CSS support in IE is getting better all the time.

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