IE7.js gets an update

IE7.js is finally updated!

Here are the changes:

There is a demo page here:

And you can download it from here:

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First of all, thank you for your script. It’s awesome!

I’ve been testing max-width (your script) in my layouts but in ie6 when I resize the window(browser) the script doesn’t work and the window gets a fixed width again. Any solution? Thanks!

Please use googlecode to submit bug reports:

*Please* remember to provide a test page. Try to keep the test page as simple as possible. Strip out any unneeded CSS rules. It makes it easier for me to isolate the problem.

  • Comment by: -dean
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Huge thanks for your magical script, very nice work.

I used it for several projects and it literally saved me dozens of hours!

Hi Ed, thank you for the script!! I am working on a website using a joomla template called Shaper_Phoenix which is not compatible with ie6!! Since in the index.php file there’s no header, and the template.css doesn’t give me the option of inserting the linking code, where can i place it? I already created and extracted the other files into ie7 directory on my local site. I have not yet uploaded it to the internet. I will appreciate your advice. Thank you.

  • Comment by: Ashey Wand
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Noob question: Can you safely use this library along side jQuery?

Dear Dean,

whats up with you and your projects?

It’s has become quiet. I hope your are keeping well.

P.S. You really should add a donate button to your website;)

regards, Marc

  • Comment by: Marc
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Is it safe to suggest libraries like this are no longer necessary? Internet Explorer seems to have really improved its standard compliance in more recent releases!

  • Comment by: Sam Millar
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Hi Edwards, does not work now, all the buttons were set disabled, please check it. I’m using Chrome 50.0.2661.102 (64-bit) on Mac OSX 10.10

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