Updating to ie7
If your website targets browsers that include earlier versions of Internet Explorer, you want to know the level of CSS compliance for those versions.This article provides an at-a-glance look at CSS compliance across recent versions of Internet Explorer, including support in Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10.When using Internet Explorer 8 to test my web application I often find it doesn't reload the page, so I don't see my changes. This has resulted in a lot of wasted time and frustration wondering why my fix "didn't work" - when in fact the browser never loaded the fixed version. I've tried while clicking the Refresh button, everything I could think of - it doesn't actually load the new contents from the server. How do I tell IE "I don't care what you think you have cached, I want to Always Refresh from Server You can simply clear your cache here as well, if that is the desired action. Regards, James Pratt Product Management Internet Explorer p.s.In addition to valuable information about IE7, we've got a lot more information about IE8 coming.Windows Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 add even more support for many CSS3 modules.
A value of "Yes" in a cell indicates that the feature is implemented in that version of Internet Explorer.
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With each new release of Windows Internet Explorer, support for the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) standard has steadily improved.
Note Newer features will not work on webpages that have an older document compatibility mode specified.