Microsoft User Agent String Utility Version 2

Admiral Michael

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Microsoft has identified the sites as "problematic" and in need of upgrade.
Of course they would, it's never their fault.

Microsoft identifies these sites as "problematic" and in need of updating (a characterization that doesn't endear the Softies to some of the more standards-compliant site owners out there, who say it's IE 7 that is breaking their wares, and not vice versa)
 

madmatt

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The problem is with the web sites and not with the browser. Some sites check on initial request for the user string. All the webmaster needs to do is add the IE7 user string to the allowed list and the site will display correctly.
 

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