As mentioned in the sidebar, we lost a couple of chat entries on switching to the new server. I guess this was due to the time it took the DNS change to propagate. Anyway, the most interesting post I saw was to Dean Edwards’ <a href=”http://dean.edwards.name/IE7/overview/”>IE7</a> page.
This page presents a pretty good looking way of adding to IE’s CSS support by using DHTML behaviours to semi-rewrite CSS sent to IE into a form that IE can understand. It allows a developer to use some nice stuff that was previously only available for, ahem, decent browsers. It’s still in alpha right now. So it should be worth messing with, if not production use as yet.