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Old July 20th, 2004, 08:55 PM
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Hello IE7 users,

I have just talked to Dean Edwards, the creator of IE7, and it seems that IE7 0.7 will soon be available. At the time of this post, IE7 0.6.1 is the latest version.

<s>IE7 may be available within a week from this post.</s>

EDIT IE7 will be available in closer to two weeks. Sorry about that.

Check in on http://dean.edwards.name/ie7 for news and info about what IE7 is.

Heads up!

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THANKS FOR UR USEFUL INFORMATION TO OUR FORUM MEMBERS.

I WANT TO KNOW WHICH PLATFORM ARE THIS IE'S ARE CREATED.

PLS CLEAR TO ME WITH THIS

 
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The solution referenced here is a style sheet that references a script library that makes use of Microsoft DHTML behaviors. These behaviors are used to correct problems with IE's standards support in IE 5, 5.5 and 6 for Windows. A detailed description of what "IE7" does is available from the IE7 homepage at http://dean.edwards.name/ie7. Dean Edwards, the creator of IE7 also hosts a Q/A forum at https://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=379297.

Its important that you understand that IE7 isn't the next major version of Microsoft's browser but a collection of behaviors that you include in a web document that corrects IE's standards support. Since this is a client-side scripting solution, the end-user has nothing to upgrade or install. Its named IE7 because it includes some of the functionality that everyone hopes will be in the next major version of IE.

Anyone wanting to follow along with the IE team's plans or progress on the /real/ next version of IE should have a look at the following URLs...
http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/
http://channel9.msdn.com/wiki/defaul...plorerFeedback

It seems Microsoft may finally be listening to everyone's complaining about IE being such a crappy, outdated browser!

Regards,
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