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IE7: The List is In

By Molly E. Holzschlag | August 22nd, 2006 | Filed in Browsers, General, Microsoft TF, Web Standards (general)

A comprehensive list of bug fixes, implementations and developer/designer resources for IE7 has been published by Markus Mielke of Microsoft (and also a member of the W3C CSS Working Group) on the IEBlog today.

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The list, which includes 200 issues that have been addressed including such coveted features as alpha transparency support for PNGs; the :hover dynamic pseudo class available for all elements; and min/max width supports.

More details and views on what was fixed, what wasn’t and how to prepare your sites for IE7 are available via Markus’ post.

The work Microsoft has done in IE7 is impressive, and I am confident that it is a significant step forward in the improvement across all browsers.

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#1 On August 22nd, 2006 10:39 pm