Dean Edwards releases IE7.js 2.0

Dean has updated his library to make sense in the new world, resulting in the new IE7.js 2.0 release which features: The IE7 project is now hosted on googlecode (I got fed up with SourceForge). IE7 is no longer modular. Instead I’ve merged the scripts into two: IE7.js and IE8.js IE7.js includes only fixes that […]

Dean has updated his library to make sense in the new world, resulting in the new IE7.js 2.0 release which features:

  • The IE7 project is now hosted on googlecode (I got fed up with SourceForge).
  • IE7 is no longer modular. Instead I’ve merged the scripts into two: IE7.js and IE8.js
  • IE7.js includes only fixes that are included in the real MSIE7 browser.
  • All other enhancements are moved to IE8.js.
  • IE7 is now much smaller (11KB gzipped).
  • IE7 is now much faster (it uses the selector engine from base2.DOM)
  • There are no dependencies on other files (except blank.gif)
  • You can hotlink IE7/IE8.js directly from Google’s servers (usage instructions below)
  • The fix for base64 encoded images is no longer included

The new project is now living over on Google Code.