Entries tagged with ‘Internet Explorer’

Browser share

Since each web browser behaves differently, web developers are always interested in how many visitors are using which version of each of the major browsers. As new versions are released, fewer people end up using older versions of browsers and we have to worry less about our pages looking perfect in some of the less […]


Search Engine Plugins Updated

Our three search engine plugins (Gustavus website, College Calendar, and the Gribly — previously here) have been updated to use the OpenSearch standard that Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer 7 use for their built-in search boxes. One exciting new feature of Firefox is auto suggestions in OpenSearch plugins. Now when you search for something at […]

IE7 to support more standards

IEBlog has an entry about how they are working very diligently on improving the CSS and standards support in IE7 even though IE7 Beta 1 offers nearly nothing for improvements. I wanted to make it clear that we know Beta 1 makes little progress for web developers in improving our standards support, particularly in our […]