IE7: Old Bugs For New
2nd Oct 2006
Yes, this sounds a very likely scenario.
Based on the tags from this post.
IE bugs and fixes
Excellent resource of IE bugs and fixes at Big John and Holly's Position is Everything site. [...]
Site built to explain some obtuse CSS bugs in modern browsers. /* Position Is Everything */. [...]
No More IE6 Background Flicker
Even with the forthcoming IE7 being recommended as a high-priority update for official (genuine) Windows users, I won't be surprised to see a lot of u [...]
Must Have Add-Ons for IE7
Some tips for Add-ons on the IE7 blog and some related stuff at the Windows Marketplace. [...]
Star HTML and Microsoft IE7
Molly divulges the reasoning behind why the IE7 team decided to drop support for the * html hack for the next major release of the world's most popu [...]
IE6 and IE7 Running on a Single Machine
Microsoft have announced details of a method that allows web developers (and anyone else of course) to upgrade their official Internet Explorer instal [...]
IE7 and xhtml
The developers of IE7 have revealed they will not support the application/xml+xhtml mime type but have included functionality that skips the xml pr [...]
IE7 to be distributed via Automatic Updates!
I asked Chris Wilson at @media this year if this was how IE7 was going to be distributed... hopefully it will help in the uptake of a better Microsoft [...]
IE7 CSS feature complete?
Eric Meyer suggests that the latest builds of IE7 Beta are feature complete in terms of CSS development... hmmm. [...]