on Friday, February 17, 2006
Well, Microsoft has done it. In case you haven't heard, MS has actually released a public beta version of their new IE7 bowser! Will wonders never cease?
Join us as we explain how to not only get the IE7 beta release, but also how to easily install an IE6 standalone version to work alongside IE7. That's right, you may see the future right now, and still have IE6 to kick around too! Don't worry, it's is easy revert back to the primary IE6 install if you are not happy with the beta results.
As a bonus we will talk about changes you can make when supplying filtered CSS values to the different versions of IE. So buckle those seatbelts, here we go!
The Preparing for IE7 Series:
Preparing for IE7 - Part One
Preparing for IE7 - Part Two
Preparing for IE7 - Part Three: Multiple IE Browsers on One Computer
Preparing for IE7 - Part Four: Updating a Real World Style Sheet
Preparing for IE7 - Part Five
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