CSS Celebrates 10 years and Problems With BHOs & Tool Bars?

We just moved into our new building here on campus (we moved from 42 (good) to 17 (not so good)).  I’ve spent most of the day unpacking so far, and haven’t gotten much else done yet.  Though I’m back to a window office.  I’m right at the edge here on getting a window office.  I’ve…

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IE7 AddOn Contest Badges

Want to help advertise the IE7 AddOn contest that’s running right now?  Then why don’t you add a badge to your page? Here’s the source for each one, feel free to just link to them straight from my site if you’d like! <a href=”http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/aa904644.aspx”><img src=”https://msdnshared.blob.core.windows.net/media/MSDNBlogsFS/prod.evol.blogs.msdn.com/CommunityServer.Components.PostAttachments/00/01/31/26/56/060772_IE_contest_badge_3.gif” original-url=”http://blogs.msdn.com/photos/petel/images/1312656/original.aspx” alt=”IE7 AddOn Contest” /></a> <a href=”http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/aa904644.aspx”><img src=”https://msdnshared.blob.core.windows.net/media/MSDNBlogsFS/prod.evol.blogs.msdn.com/CommunityServer.Components.PostAttachments/00/01/31/26/54/060772_IE_contest_badge_2.gif” original-url=”http://blogs.msdn.com/photos/petel/images/1312654/original.aspx” alt=”IE7…

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Web Design World Boston Keynote

I just finished my keynote for Web Design World in Boston.  The topic was “Internet Explorer 7: The Route To Standards Compliance”.  It was the first “keynote” that I’ve ever given, and I think it went really well.  I had several people come up afterwards and compliment me on the presentation.  I was quite happy…

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PEte vs. Pete (the inside story)

Over time, many people have asked me why I sign my name PEte, as opposed to Pete.  First off, yes, it’s intentional.   It all started when I was in second year university.  I think there were two factors that affected me doing it.  For many years, when I signed my name in email, I…

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PEte vs Pete

A few people have asked, but I figured I’d post a quick note about why I sign my emails “PEte” instead of “Pete”.  And yes, there is a good reason. Well, at least I think it’s good. http://blogs.msdn.com/petel/pages/pete-vs-pete-the-inside-story.aspx PEte 😉

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IE6 VPC A Success &amp; Web Design World

IE6 VPC I can’t believe how much of a success shipping the IE6 VPC image was!  The fact that we got Slashdotted, picked up by TechMeme, Mary Jo Foley and several other big publications, and big blogs was fantastic.  Beyond what I would have expected.  And with few exceptions, the feedback has been positive.  Without…

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IE6 and IE7 Running On A Single Machine

The post just went live! http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/11/30/ie6-and-ie7-running-on-a-single-machine.aspx If you’re looking for a way to run IE6 and IE7 side by side, and you’ve read my previous posts why it’s not possible, here’s the answer! EDIT: Fixed URL.

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IE6 VPC Now Available For Download

I think the biggest question people asked about the IE6 VPC image was when will it be available? How about right now! After a rather late night last night, and a bit of a false start, I uploaded the VPC image this morning, and it’s gone live.  The image contains Windows XP SP2, IE6 and…

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ASP.NET CSS Control Adapters

This is great new for designers and developers alike, and I’m really excited!  With ASP.NET 1.x and ASP.NET 2.0, if you wanted to create pure CSS pages, it really wasn’t possible.  The ASP.NET controls would render with tables, inline styles and all sorts of other things that would make most web designers wince.  And for…

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