Mar 222008
 


A quick tip for those who choose to trial the Internet Explorer 8 Beta browser. Those who installed Internet Explorer 8 beta would have realised some of their favorite website just don’t work anymore. To name a few Yahoo!Mail new interface and a bunch of Microsoft sites like Windows Live mail and their own Windows update website. Quite odd though Windows Update site thinks that we use an older version of the browser and suggest you to use a latest version. I would have expected Microsoft to make their websites all compatible with Internet Explorer 8.

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Mar 182008
 


Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8 can alert when a feed is discovered by playing a sound. This can be a new feed on a website that you visit or an update to a subscribed rss feed (IE8 only)

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Mar 182008
 


Alerts can be setup in Internet Explorer 8 which can play a sound when there is an update for a monitored webslice from a website or when a website is found for a webpage.

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Mar 182008
 


Webslices in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) is a new feature similar to RSS which allows you to monitor and subscribe to a part of a website that supports the feature. I just wrote here with an example on eBay IE8 website

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Mar 182008
 


While we all know Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) is still in early beta release and has much of feature enhancements. One of the new great features in Internet Explorer 8 is “WebSlices”.

As the name implies, “WebSlices” is a new feature for websites that enables users to subscribe to content directly within a webpage. WebSlices behave just like feeds in that users can subscribe to them and receive update notifications when the content changes. Websites are polled at user-defined intervals, similar to the way RSS feeds are polled.

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