IE7.js gets an update
IE7.js is finally updated!
Here are the changes:
- MSIE5.0 is no longer supported
- Layout fixes are no longer applied in quirks mode (except for MSIE5.5)
- IE9.js provides improvements to MSIE8
- support for
opacityis moved to IE9.js
- New selectors (IE9.js):
:contains()has been removed (no other browser supports it)
- Changes to the PNG solution
- Lots of bugs fixed
- New faster and more accurate selector engine (the same as in the upcoming release of base2)
- I think I’ve fixed the unclickable links problem too
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.
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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.
Noob question: Can you safely use this library along side jQuery?
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
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!
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