IE7 Hacks

Microsoft has fixed much of the bugs that plagued IE6 and in the process removed the filters we used to target Internet Explorer in our CSS. As Lord God Martha would say, this is a good thing. However, there will be a time when you need to send a rule to IE7 and not to… Continue reading IE7 Hacks

IE7 Beta 2 is out for developers to test

IE7 Beta 2 is now available for developers to begin testing. I’ve been suggesting on the web standards group mailing list that people need to begin looking beyond 2005 and start coding for IE7 and 2006. That doesn’t mean you design for IE7 and hack for Firefox. No, it means you can begin using more… Continue reading IE7 Beta 2 is out for developers to test

Microsoft IE7 updates the select box

Microsoft has just announced IE7 will handle the select input as a modern browser should. It will now allow developers to use z-index to avoid overlapping and perhaps more artistic forms. Søren Madsen put together the utopia of form design, something every designer should look at and dream of possibilities. SELECT element in IE7 –… Continue reading Microsoft IE7 updates the select box

Standards-based jobs available! Do you know CSS, XHTML, and how to use the <dl>?

Ok everyone. If you are ready to enter the high-falootin’ lifestyle of the standards-based web developer, let me know. I know a few places in California looking for qualified programmers. Filling the Vacuum Other standardistas have been talking about the new web professionals, those who know how to create valid, accessible web sites. And those… Continue reading Standards-based jobs available! Do you know CSS, XHTML, and how to use the <dl>?