Tag Archives: IE

Styling SharePoint with Attribute Selectors and IE6

I recently posted some methods for styling SharePoint web parts using attribute selectors. I heard back from several people about how they can’t use this option due to IE6’s lack of support for attribute selectors. I was aware of this at the time of the post but neglected to point it out in the post text. Continue reading Styling SharePoint with Attribute Selectors and IE6

SharePoint Usability Tip: Test other site group views using IE’s Run As

It is always a good idea to look at your sites from the perspective of your users. But if you are using SharePoint with Active Directory as your authentication, it can be a little tricky to test your SharePoint site as a Reader or Contributor. One way to quickly test, is to use a generic AD user account and Internet Explorer’s Run As feature. Here are a few quick steps: Continue reading SharePoint Usability Tip: Test other site group views using IE’s Run As

IE7 will have new icon and logo…

… and I actually like it much better than the last version.  They stuck with the “e” and the swoosh but glammed it up a bit and make it much more modern and gel-ish. I have to say I am surprised they haven’t ditched the version number and gone to some cool hip name or something. I am not complaining though, I like verison numbers, makes dev and support easier. Continue reading IE7 will have new icon and logo…