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What happened with IE7???

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by gotamd, Feb 2, 2006.

  1. gotamd

    gotamd Network Guru Member

    It seems that IE 7 does not like the DD-WRT web interface. I normally use Firefox anyway, but I just thought it was strange that IE 7 Beta 2 would have a compatibility issue with it. It doesn't seem like DD-WRT has anything out of the ordinary going on with its web interface. CSS is all I can think of.
     
  2. Fman99

    Fman99 Network Guru Member

    IE7 sucks, I already uninstalled it. They're playing catchup and Firefox is way ahead.
     
  3. gotamd

    gotamd Network Guru Member

    You have to admit though that the quicktabs feature in IE 7 is pretty neat...
     
  4. mowfax

    mowfax Network Guru Member

    But what's the Quicktabs Feature without a usable Engine behind it? I can't believe they have the chance to beat Firefox with a really good engine and sticking to Standards but all they seem to do is playing around with Gimmicks (like they almost always do).....
     
  5. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    IE7 - DDWRT issues

    It would seem there is an issue with the DD-WRT web GUI and the public BETA release of IE7.

    I have opened a bugtrak issue on this and was blasted - it would seem folks are quick to say must be a IE7 issue.

    Maybe so - BUT before we start fingerpointing lets identify what is not working

    My challange is to the web coding experts out there. Please identify WHAT IE7 is not handling correctly in the DD-WRT web interface so either

    1) I can open a bug report with Microsoft
    or
    2) The DD-WRT development team can code a fix



    Having used the IE7 beta (and earlier beta's) I would say its here to stay. Works pretty good - it will win a few users over.



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