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Yep, I am so not looking forward to IE8. On one hand, it's great that they are actually intending to enforce compliance with HTML standards. On the other hand, I have a pretty big application portfolio that, if I were to guess, is not going to play well with IE8 when the compliance mode is enabled. I'm sure we'll be expected to comply; our customers are likely to adopt IE8, and I doubt that solutions such as "turn off standards compliance" will be well received! And I don't think my development staff is capable of fixing it all, frankly. Troubled waters ahead for Vulcan's IT shop.
Yeah, it's going to be a mess for a lot of reasons. They are complying with HTML standards (which is good), but only partially complying with other standards (javascript, css, etc) and they aren't telling people which parts they will comply with and which parts they won't.
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