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Essentials of CSS Hacking For Internet Explorer | maratz.com The summary of our latest project client-side development brought to conclusion that there’re are really just a few essential Internet Explorer hacks. By careful structure planning, I managed to stripe down all hackery to a much less additional rules. Since they are promising IE7 some time soon, more and more I think about secure CSS hacking. We surely don’t want our sites to be a mess in IE7 for it’s quite possibly half-repaired CSS support. Conditional Comments
Install multiple versions of IE on your PC | TredoSoft Ever wanted to test your website in various versions of Internet Explorer? It is possible to run Internet Explorer in standalone mode without having to over-write previous versions thanks to Joe Maddalone who came up with a way of achieving that in November 2003. Basically, Internet Explorer is run by exploiting a known workaround to DLL hell - which was introduced in Windows 2000 and later versions - called DLL redirection.