Monthly Archives: March 2008

Save the Developers

With the vast difference in standards compliance between Internet Explorer 6 and 7, and the recent announcements about even greater things to come in Internet Explorer 8, the time has come to get rid of the bane of web developers once and for all. That’s right: save a developer; don’t use Internet Explorer 6. I… Read more »

IE8 WebSlices

The web world is currently alight with discussion around the new Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 software slated to be released later this year. The bulk of this conversation has been about whether IE8 will display pages with its much improved (it passes the Acid2 test) standards-complianct rendering engine. It seemed that we would have had… Read more »