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CraigSnedeker says

Microsoft today offered developers an early glimpse of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) at their 2009 Professional Developers Conference.

Although only at an early stage of development, the IE9 team already looks to have made some impressive leaps forward in terms of web standards support, particularly with regard to CSS3 selectors which, by the looks of the image below (taken from the IE blog), IE9 appears to score an impressive 574 out of 578 in our

CSS3 Selectors Test Results (courtesy of blogs.mdsn.com)

IE9 also looks set to boast support for CSS3 border-radius, an improved scoring in the Acid 3 test (if only slightly) and support for HTML5 . You can read the full announcement on the IE blog

here and we’ll bring you further announcements on the subject as more information becomes available.

Attribute: http://www.css3.info/microsoft-announces-css3-support-for-internet-explorer-9-ie9/

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CraigSnedeker says

It’s about high time right?

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Glorykid says

That’s awesome but it will take everyone a long time before they upgrade to ie9. It took over a decade just to get people to upgrade from ie6..lol

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CraigSnedeker says

Yeah but at least people like me won’t worry about sites with CSS3 not being compatible haha

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jremick Staff says

This makes me want to break out into uncontrollable laughter at first, but then I just remember how pathetic it is. By the time IE9 is actually ready for the public, it will still be lightyears behind the “competition”. By the time the public that still uses IE actually upgrades to IE9 , CSS3 will already have a replacement technology in which IE doesn’t support, yet every other browser available will.

Microsoft needs to come to terms with the fact that they’re the old guy in the room that everyone wishes would just retire so we could all have more fun.

They need to stop trying to catch up to yesterday and work towards tomorrow. ;-)

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CraigSnedeker says

Microsoft needs to come to terms with the fact that they’re the old guy in the room that everyone wishes would just retire so we could all have more fun.

Lol it’s so true!

IE is a old rusty Chevy bel air, and everyone else are exotic sports cars haha

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cudazi Staff says
...they’re the old guy in the room that everyone wishes would just retire so we could all have more fun.

Best quote ever.

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webdesigndeluxe says
Microsoft needs to come to terms with the fact that they’re the old guy in the room that everyone wishes would just retire so we could all have more fun.

Bahahaha! :D

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alanpolhoatzin says

Great news!

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Daniel_R says

great news indeed!

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