How to Make Your Web Site Work with Windows XP Service Pack 2

If you:

  • manage a website

  • manage a company to manage / develop your website for you

  • are involved in building, coding, design, QAing, PMing, architecting, anythinging <?> websites

  • write, maintain website id / UI guidelines & code

  • are responsible for accessibility & usability of websites



Make sure you have reviewed this article ‘How to Make Your Web Site Work with Windows XP Service Pack 2’ and plan accordingly.

  • If you know anyone in the webdev & online marketing industry, pass the link on.

  • If you want to know the ‘what’ and ‘why’ (non-technical) of Windows XP SP2 go here.

Thanks to Kent Sharkey for the reminder!

Comments (13)
  1. You could save people a lot of trouble in that "if you" list by adding the real qualifiers: if you have a website that uses "ActiveX, html dialogs, unrequested popups, java, or allows downloading files".

  2. Jerry Pisk says:

    Unfortunatelly that document is not really true, it says that if you send it page as text/plain it won’t be interpreted as HTML – that’s not true, IE will still try to guess the page type from it’s content, ignoring the server supplied Content-Type as it does today.

  3. Anonymous says:

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