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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[…] Dean Edwards: IE7.js gets an update […]

[…] IE7.js by Dean Edwards March 18, 2010 Dean Edwards’ IE7.js recently got an update.  IE7.js is a really useful piece of javascript that helps older versions of IE behave more like the modern versions with regard to CSS and the like. Well, that’s a fairly basic description but potentially a very handy bit of kit: […]

[…] Toolkit: IE7.js March Update – Der gute Dean Edwards hat sein IE-Toolkit aktualisiert, welches den IEs 5.5+ viele der […]

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

  • Comment by: Ralf
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Hey, the demo page doesn’t work anymore.

  • Comment by: Sebastian
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for demo thanks

  • Comment by: Ahmet
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Just wanted to say thanks for this script. I have used this now on multiple projects and have had great luck with it. Do you have any sort of donate button so we can thank you for the massive amount of time you have saved me. Cheer and thanks again.

  • Comment by: Dan
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Hmmm, demo doesn’t seem to be working.

  • Comment by: Jimmy
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Just download what you need from the archives at the link below it!

  • Comment by: Jay
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Actually never mind. For some reason I thought the demo page might be there but it’s not!

  • Comment by: Jay
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Thanks for updating us! It is such a good solution. Can you post some Aljabra problems.Commercial Roofing

  • Comment by: kim
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I really appreciate all the time you put into making this. It has been a life saver for me. Thanks!

  • Comment by: Josh
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Just downloaded your script. Thank so much seems to be working ok.

  • Comment by: Gary
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All working fine for me.

  • Comment by: Tim
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Appreciate the hustle. The script has saved me time and money on not spending it on tylenol trying to figure out the best way ahead. Great site and continued success in 2017.

  • Comment by: Nathan
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Thanks for sharing this. Much appreciated. Worked for me and will let my friends know about this.

  • Comment by: Shannan
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Just wanted to personally say thanks, got this info from my friend Shannan. Also worked for me:)

  • Comment by: Ibi
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You guys rock, this script saved my life. Always had great luck with your stuff in the past. Thanks again

Big thanks for sharing this script with the community. Keep up the good work here!

  • Comment by: Jason
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The script has definitely helped me out in the past, but I haven’t seen anything new from you in a while. Cheers

  • Comment by: Shawn
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Is there an updated script for later versions of IE?

  • Comment by: Joel
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I love this version of the script. Thank you for the work you put in!

  • Comment by: Nathan
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I need an updated version of the script for the later versions of IE, like joel said.

  • Comment by: Steven
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Do you know how to remove IE7 from Windows XP. It embedded as my default and it keeps popping up when I’m working on my carpet cleaning site. It’s very annoying, especially since it is no longer supported by Microsoft.

Love the script thanks for all the hard work you guys put into it!

Just tried the demo page and got an error 404 page. Is there a better link?

  • Comment by: Matthew
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Great script! Thanks for sharing

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  • Comment by: Hauling
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Demo page isn’t coming up. Do you have another link we can go to?

  • Comment by: Kristian
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Solid effort, thanks for sharing

Exactly the type of script I was looking for. Thank you so much!

Loved this scrip for my towing site!

Thanks, will be sharing.

Glad we have a resource here to come back to as computer geeks. This script has come in handy on a few of my sites. Appreciate the hard work and value you provide to your visitors Dean. Consider putting a donate button on your site. Folks appreciate your help.

Demo page isn’t coming up.

Thanks for the awesome script! Will be using it on my site.

I love this version of the script. Thank you for the work you put in! Mucho appreciate the work you do.

This script is awesome! We’re using it on our client sites. Keep up the good work, Dean

I’ve always disliked using IE, but this .js makes it better in my opinion, and worth using. Thanks for your time creating this.

  • Comment by: Eric
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thanks for sharing this knowledge that can benefit us all!! great work.

  • Comment by: sam
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great article that will definitely help me with knowledge and sharing. thanks!

  • Comment by: mary
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Great script! thanks for sharing.

  • Comment by: Carl
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Helpful, thx!

  • Comment by: Jeff
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Thanks, shared.

  • Comment by: Lawn
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Very helpful indeed.

  • Comment by: CT
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Excellent, thanks for the help!

  • Comment by: TMJ
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Awesome! love it!

  • Comment by: Towing
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I’m trying some of the script now. Thank you for providing all of the access to your code and the commentary. It’s techies like you that I love to follow and learn from.

Thanks so much for this info. Love it!

  • Comment by: Danbury
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Love this script. Thanks!

  • Comment by: Nate
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Excellent script. keep up the good work!

Love it!

Wow amazing script

  • Comment by: Daniel
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Awesome Blog!

thanks for this script. I have used this now on multiple projects and have had great luck with it! Fantastic result buddy!

  • Comment by: Waqqas
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Love it man!


Thanks for the great info dude, really useful!

Really useful info that everyone should be learning!

Very interesting, I love the attention to detail

Thanks for this script. Exactly what I need.

  • Comment by: HVAC
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Thanks for sharing your hard work with us!

thank you for your script. It’s awesome!

I’ve been testing max-width 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 I’ll keep fooling with it- Thanks again.

That’s some really great stuff. Thanks for sharing!

What an amazing share!

  • Comment by: Nicolai
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Great one mate!

  • Comment by: Håvard
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Great stuff sir! Performs wonderfully. Thanks for the value.. much appreciated!

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