Internet Explorer Conformance Documentation Published

In an ongoing effort to fulfill commitment to document ‘support of web standards’ Microsoft IE team “As part of our commitment to interoperability, we’re going to make more interoperability information available about IE and keep it up-to-date. Today we’re publishing the first pieces of documentation here. ‘The Windows Internet Explorer conformance documentation details variations, clarifications, […]

In an ongoing effort to fulfill commitment to document ‘support of web standards’ Microsoft IE team “As part of our commitment to interoperability, we’re going to make more interoperability information available about IE and keep it up-to-date. Today we’re publishing the first pieces of documentation here. ‘The Windows Internet Explorer conformance documentation details variations, clarifications, and extensions to certain final approved web standards supported by Internet Explorer.’ These documents are drafts, and are not final. The work in developing a public CSS 2.1 test suite and contributing it to the W3C, our recent work on different aspects of HTML5, and the improvements in IE9’s interoperability we showed at PDC are all examples of our principles in action. You can try out some of the tests yourself, in different browsers and on different operating systems,” noted Dean Hachamovitch.