IE7 details leaked

    Date: 03/16/05 (Web Development)    Keywords: browser, css, security, web, microsoft

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    I assume most of you read slashdot, but if you don't here's a quote of their article:

    IE7 Details Emerge
    Posted by timothy on Tuesday March 15, @06:38PM

    Varg Vikernes writes "Microsoft Watch has a story about new features we can expect in IE7 (code named 'Rincon') which they gathered through Microsoft's key partners. Apparently we can expect 32 bit PNG support, native IDN support, new functionality that will simplify printing from inside IE and, of course, tabbed browsing. The new browser also will likely include a built-in news aggregator. Apparently an important factor is security."

    And from the article:
    Partner sources say Microsoft is wavering on the extent to which it plans to support CSS2 with IE 7.0. Developers have been clamoring for Microsoft to update its CSS support to support the latest W3C standards for years. But Microsoft is leaning toward adding some additional CSS2 support to IE 7.0, but not embracing the standard in its entirety, partners say.

    What do you guys think? I won't trade my firefox for anything in the world, but it would be great to see css standards supported on IE7.

    (cross-posted to '[info]'webdev and '[info]'webdesign)


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