Posts Tagged ‘Internet Explorer’

IE Finally Follows Standards – What does it mean for your visitors?

Reading Time: 1 minuteMicrosoft released Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) in March, and although its deployment has been slow, the new browser has created a potential concern for designers and developers. The new browser introduces a slew of fundamental improvements, including security, ease of use, and support for RSS, CSS, and Ajax. Most noteworthy in IE8, however, are the…

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Microsoft Releases Internet Explorer Out-of-Band update.

Reading Time: 1 minuteOn Wednesday Microsoft released a security update for Internet Explorer, outside of their normal release schedule. This update addresses a remote code execution vulnerability that was publically disclosed. The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted web page using Internet Explorer. You can learn more about the security update…

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Working around webpage display issues in Internet Explorer 8

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn Internet Explorer 8 the way HTML data is interpreted and displayed is changed significantly compared to earlier versions. These changes, made to be more standards compliant may result in your current pages not being displayed correctly if they were not designed with these same standards in mind. This could result in overlapping text or…

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Firefox 3 sets record of most downloads in 24 hours – Extended Validation (EV) SSL certs become A LOT more useful overnight

Reading Time: 1 minuteRemember those SSL certificates called Extended Validation certificates? Well, one of their major drawbacks was that they only worked when your customer was using IE7 to browse your website. Now, with Firefox version 3, you have more than 8 million more browsers on the internet able to see an EV certificate. Upon entering a site…

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