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MS Internet Explorer 7 and Web Standards

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 7 years ago

Internet Explorer

Matthias Mauch writes "Can Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 work with Web Standards like CSS, MathML, SVG, XHTML 1.1, XML or XSLT? Can he display PNG transparency or PNG Alpha Channel images? Can he display mathematical elements (MathML)? What will he do with Webpages, that served as "application/xhtml+xml"? Microsoft tell this year, that all Web Designers should use Web Standards for their sites and remove CC's and CSS-Hacks. Is it really possible with the new Microsoft Internet Explorer to render sites that only use Web Standards. Yes, I think so. Test the MS Internet Explorer 7 on http://www.aadmm.de/ a site that offers capabilities to test or compare browsers from most os platforms for compliance of Web Standards. The site self use up to date Web Standards, is available in german and english and easy accessible for person with disabilities."

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