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#1
http://i32.tinypic.com/mjwc1s.jpg
banned#2
what are the improvements of IE8?

any how come you are testing it?
#3
deveoper for our countys school intranet (which dont work right BTW as well ;-) ) IE8 improvemnts are usablity (look at the top the its a favorites bar instead of having to click the link etc - for faster access) ment to be more secure... and web slices
#5
ie 8 is going to be w3c standards compliant (same as firefox)

i found link here http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_explorer.asp

Internet Explorer 8 public beta 1 was released March 5th 2008.

Microsoft has annonced that Internet Explorer 8 will interpret web pages according to strict W3C standards by default.

Previously, Microsoft announced that IE 8 would use the "IE7 standard" as default, and that interpreting web pages according to strict W3C standard would be a secondary option. This created strong reactions in the web developer community, as the "IE 7 standard" does not completely conform to W3C.

However, Microsoft have now reversed this decision, and it looks like Internet Explorer 8 will be truly standards-compliant.

IE 8 has full support for CSS 2.1. In addition, it fixes "many cross-browser inconsistencies such as get/set/removeAttribute, default attributes, Attribute object and the < Q > tag.

New features:
Activities provide quick access web services. Users can look up and send information from the Web. On a restaurant web site, for example, the user can click within the page to get maps, news, and information about the restaurant, blog about it, or share it on Facebook.

WebSlices is an RSS-like feature that allows users to subscribe to content directly within a page.

#6


ya mean "here":whistling:
#7
lol got the wrong word leave me alone :(

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