Internet Explorer 7 Beta1 im Sommer

Microsoft Momentan macht es den Anschein, dass eine erste öffentliche Beta-Version vom neuen Internet Explorer 7, der auch für Windows XP zu haben sein soll, im Sommer dieses Jahres erscheinen wird. Der Browser soll erstmals auch den Alpha-Kanal (Transparenzwerte pro Pixel) in PNG-Bildern unterstützen. Außerdem sollen Bugs der CSS-Implementierung behoben werden. Folgenden Text veröffentliche Chris Wilson im Entwickler-Web-Blog des Microsofts Internet Explorers 7 (link unten).

We’ve heard some great feedback on what web developers would like to see in IE7, both from the responses to my last post and from the resources I referred to. The rest of the team was cranking away while I was away on parental leave, and I wanted to share a few details about what they were doing: The first couple of things they’ve done are:

  • Support the alpha channel in PNG images. We’ve actually had this on our radar for a long time, and have had it supported in the code for a while now. We have certainly heard the clear feedback from the web design community that per-pixel alpha is a really important feature.

  • Address CSS consistency problems. Our first and most important goal with our Cascading Style Sheet support is to remove the major inconsistencies so that web developers have a consistent set of functionality on which they can rely. For example, we have already checked in the fixes to the peekaboo and guillotine bugs documented at so use of floated elements become more consistent.

We’re doing a lot more than this in IE7, of course, and we’re really excited that the beta release is almost here - we’re looking forward to the feedback when we release the first beta of IE7 this summer. Stay tuned for more details as we get closer to beta.

Link zum Blog: IE7 beta 1 - A few details…

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