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hansv says

Using compatibility modus in IE8 you should be able to look at a site as if you were using IE7 (or pressing F12 and changing the browser modus)

In the IE Blog they posted some “Differences between IE8 Compatibility View and IE7 ” for those who want to migrate.

http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2009/03/12/site-compatibility-and-ie8.aspx

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PixelBin says
Using compatibility modus in IE8 you should be able to look at a site as if you were using IE7 (or pressing F12 and changing the browser modus)

In the IE Blog they posted some “Differences between IE8 Compatibility View and IE7 ” for those who want to migrate.

http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2009/03/12/site-compatibility-and-ie8.aspx

IE7 isn’t as big of a problem as IE6 though. Not only can IE6 not be run by Windows Vista/Windows 7, but 3rd party cross-browsers don’t work properly either (at least in Windows 7, which works flawlessly by the way—great improvement from Vista).

For the most part, IE7 displays the same as FF3 , Safari, etc. with some very small bug fixes.

Good contribution sir!

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MDNW says

Glad I could help Phoenix! Looking forward to seeing you new product when it’s ready!

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