Microsoft Internet Explorer
Designing Web Pages with Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer is one of the most commonly used browsers on the internet. And designers who ignore it do so at their peril. Luckily IE is getting more and more standards compliant and there are ways to design pages that take IE's quirks into account. Learn how to design pages for Internet Explorer that still look good in other, more standards...
Testing Web Applications in Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer 6sp2 introduced a security feature to prevent malicious web developers from gaining access to local hard drives, but in the process made it more difficult to test web pages locally. Learn how to find out if the blocked content messages you are getting are caused by the IE security feature and how you can resolve it.
How to Clear Your Internet Explorer Cache (Windows)
Make sure that you have the most recent version of a web page by clearing out your web cache. This tutorial shows you how to clear the cache in Internet Explorer for Windows.
How to Install Two Versions of IE (IE6 and IE7) on One Machine
Go through the steps to install IE 6 in a Virtual PC on a machine with IE 7, so you can test your pages in both versions of the browser.
Designing for IE - Design for Firefox First
It is often very difficult to design a Web site when you need it to look the same in both Internet Explorer and Firefox or Safari. The trick is to start with a different browser than you're probably used to starting with - design for Firefox first.
Adding an IE Favorites Icon
When your readers bookmark your pages in Internet Explorer, do they get a customized icon to represent your site? Learn how to create one and add it to your site quickly and easily.
Tags for One Browser - IE Tags
There are fourteen tags that are only currently supported by Internet Explorer. Learn to use them and create interesting sites for the most popular Web browser.
Review: Internet Explorer 5.5 Review
Internet Explorer 5.5 is not the latest version of the browser, but it is a good browser to test in. This is my review of IE 5.5.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer
If you don't already have the browser, you can get it at the Microsoft Web site.
Introduction to IE Data Binding - DHTML Lab - WebReference.com
Data binding isn't used too often because it's limited to Internet Explorer, but it is a powerful tool for sites that know they will only have IE users - such as corporate intranets.
Internet Explorer 6 Security and Privacy Essentials - Microsoft.com
Information about how to ensure your security and privacy using Internet Explorer 6.
Comments in Internet Explorer
Microsoft Internet Explorer has a number of proprietary tags and features that can extend how you use the browser. This article discusses conditional comments and the comment element.
Enable HTML 5 in Internet Explorer
Many people are opposed to using HTML 5 until Internet Explorer 9 comes out and is widely accepted. But it is possible to use HTML 5 elements that Internet Explorer 8 and lower don't recognize and still style them so that they display correctly. It's three lines of HTML in the HEAD of your document.
X-UA-Compatible Meta Tag for Forcing Compatibility View
Learn more about the X-UA-Compatible meta tag. When should you use the X-UA-Compatible meta tag. How the X-UA-Compatible meta tag is used.
What is Internet Explorer Compatibility View?
Compatibility view is the Internet Explorer 8 solution to moving from Internet Explorer 7 and 6 focused web designs to a more standards compliant design that IE 8 supports. Learn more about compatibility view and how it works.
How to Force Internet Explorer to View a Page in Compatibility Mode (or Not)
Internet Explorer 7 introduced a new feature to the browser - quirks mode. This mode would be enabled when the web designer of a page did not use a DOCTYPE declaration. Then, when Internet Explorer 8 came out, it was much more standards compliant than previous versions of IE. So Microsoft created the compatibility view to allow designers to wait...
How To View the HTML Source in Internet Explorer
Viewing the HTML source is one of the easiest ways to learn how someone did something on a web page. And imitation of HTML source is a great way to learn HTML. This how to shows how to view the source in Internet Explorer