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Need advice writing ASP apps for IE5, IE55, and IE6

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When writing an ASP app, it has been my experience that usually I write code
that is compatible with IE6 but not previous versions of Internet Explorer.
Does anyone have any practical advice for writing an ASP app that you want
to be compatible with IE5 and IE55?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hopefully it's an actual computer in there that I could reformat and install
my own OS on and decide. :]
http://www.samsung.com/Products/Refr...r_RH2777AT.htm

Ray at home

"MDW" <mw********@go.com> wrote in message
news:04****************************@phx.gbl...
Ray,

What version of JavaScript do most kitchen appliances
support?
-----Original Message-----
You don't write ASP pages for any particular browser.

You write HTML for a
browser. The code that's executed on the server doesn't

care at all what
it's being returned to, whether it's Internet Explorer

83, a cell phone, a
telnet client, or a Samsung refrigerator.

Ray at home

"michaaal" <re******@verizon.net> wrote in message
news:OC*************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
When writing an ASP app, it has been my experience that usually I write
code
that is compatible with IE6 but not previous versions

of Internet
Explorer.
Does anyone have any practical advice for writing an

ASP app that you want to be compatible with IE5 and IE55?

.

Jul 19 '05 #2

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The Samsungs run Windows XP for Tablets. Ray wasn't actually being
facetious here... :)

Hint: It's really a tablet PC docked on the refrigerator door, the
only thing the fridg provides is a power connection to recharge the
battery.

Jeff

On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 19:07:31 -0700, "MDW" <mw********@go.com> wrote:
Ray,

What version of JavaScript do most kitchen appliances
support?
-----Original Message-----
You don't write ASP pages for any particular browser.

You write HTML for a
browser. The code that's executed on the server doesn't

care at all what
it's being returned to, whether it's Internet Explorer

83, a cell phone, a
telnet client, or a Samsung refrigerator.

Ray at home

"michaaal" <re******@verizon.net> wrote in message
news:OC*************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
When writing an ASP app, it has been my experience thatusually I write
code
that is compatible with IE6 but not previous versions

of Internet
Explorer.
Does anyone have any practical advice for writing an

ASP app that you want to be compatible with IE5 and IE55?

.


===================================
Jeff Cochran (IIS MVP)
jc*************@naplesgov.com - Munged of Course

I don't get much time to respond to direct email,
so posts here will have a better chance of getting
an answer. Besides, everyone benefits here.

Suggested resources:
http://www.iisfaq.com/
http://www.iisanswers.com/
http://www.iistoolshed.com/
http://securityadmin.info/
http://www.aspfaq.com/
http://support.microsoft.com/
====================================
Jul 19 '05 #3

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MDW
A) You know, there are SOME places where I don't need to
worry about checking my e-mail. The kitchen is one of them.

B) I'll bet that Mr. Coffee appliances w/ computers in
them will have any programs written in Java.
*hides*

-----Original Message-----
Hopefully it's an actual computer in there that I could reformat and installmy own OS on and decide. :]
http://www.samsung.com/Products/Refr.../HomePADRefrig erator/Refrigerator_HomePADRefrigerator_RH2777AT.htm
Ray at home

"MDW" <mw********@go.com> wrote in message
news:04****************************@phx.gbl...
Ray,

What version of JavaScript do most kitchen appliances
support?
>-----Original Message-----
>You don't write ASP pages for any particular browser.

You write HTML for a
>browser. The code that's executed on the server
doesn't care at all what
>it's being returned to, whether it's Internet Explorer

83, a cell phone, a
>telnet client, or a Samsung refrigerator.
>
>Ray at home
>
>"michaaal" <re******@verizon.net> wrote in message
>news:OC*************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
>> When writing an ASP app, it has been my experience
that usually I write
>code
>> that is compatible with IE6 but not previous versions

of Internet
>Explorer.
>> Does anyone have any practical advice for writing an

ASP app that you want
>> to be compatible with IE5 and IE55?
>>
>>
>
>
>.
>

.

Jul 19 '05 #4

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Wow, that is really good to know. Thanks a lot Jeff. I'm only 10%
considering the purchase of one. It's made so that you can control your
climate control system, your microwave, washer, dryer, etc., which is kinda
neat I guess, but I don't think I want a first generation product. Besides,
what am I going to need to remotely control a washing machine for, when I'll
have to physically visit it to move clothing in and out of it. And to
control my microwave that's like 10 feet away would just be silly. :] Why
I'd really want something like this is that my girlfriend grew up in a house
that always had a TV in the kitchen. I didn't. I don't like that. But,
there will be one in our new kitchen. I figure the fridge would be a nice
compromise.

Ray at home

"Jeff Cochran" <jc*************@naplesgov.com> wrote in message
news:3f*****************@news.easynews.com...
The Samsungs run Windows XP for Tablets. Ray wasn't actually being
facetious here... :)

Hint: It's really a tablet PC docked on the refrigerator door, the
only thing the fridg provides is a power connection to recharge the
battery.

Jeff

Jul 19 '05 #5

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But, you're forgetting the biggest advantage to having a computer on the
network in the kitchen:

net send fridge BRING ME A BEER AT ONCE!

Ray at home

"MDW" <mw********@go.com> wrote in message
news:0b****************************@phx.gbl...
A) You know, there are SOME places where I don't need to
worry about checking my e-mail. The kitchen is one of them.

B) I'll bet that Mr. Coffee appliances w/ computers in
them will have any programs written in Java.
*hides*

Jul 19 '05 #6

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I thought that's why men got married. :)

Ooops. Wife was in the room, gotta go get flowers, bye...

Jeff

On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 21:20:39 -0400, "Ray at <%=sLocation%>"
<ra*@ajf8jalskdfna.sefrhja7yasdf.com> wrote:
But, you're forgetting the biggest advantage to having a computer on the
network in the kitchen:

net send fridge BRING ME A BEER AT ONCE!

Ray at home

"MDW" <mw********@go.com> wrote in message
news:0b****************************@phx.gbl...
A) You know, there are SOME places where I don't need to
worry about checking my e-mail. The kitchen is one of them.

B) I'll bet that Mr. Coffee appliances w/ computers in
them will have any programs written in Java.
*hides*


===================================
Jeff Cochran (IIS MVP)
jc*************@naplesgov.com - Munged of Course

I don't get much time to respond to direct email,
so posts here will have a better chance of getting
an answer. Besides, everyone benefits here.

Suggested resources:
http://www.iisfaq.com/
http://www.iisanswers.com/
http://www.iistoolshed.com/
http://securityadmin.info/
http://www.aspfaq.com/
http://support.microsoft.com/
====================================
Jul 19 '05 #7

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Well, since computers are taking over the world of automation; Fido will
soon find himself out of a job. Slipper and newspaper fetching will become
obsolete. I'll bet that Fido will also have to rely upon Scooter Computer
for a walk around the block. Sad, so sad. :)

Dave

"Ray at <%=sLocation%>" <ra*@ajf8jalskdfna.sefrhja7yasdf.com> wrote in
message news:#K**************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
Wow, that is really good to know. Thanks a lot Jeff. I'm only 10%
considering the purchase of one. It's made so that you can control your
climate control system, your microwave, washer, dryer, etc., which is kinda neat I guess, but I don't think I want a first generation product. Besides, what am I going to need to remotely control a washing machine for, when I'll have to physically visit it to move clothing in and out of it. And to
control my microwave that's like 10 feet away would just be silly. :] Why I'd really want something like this is that my girlfriend grew up in a house that always had a TV in the kitchen. I didn't. I don't like that. But,
there will be one in our new kitchen. I figure the fridge would be a nice
compromise.

Ray at home

"Jeff Cochran" <jc*************@naplesgov.com> wrote in message
news:3f*****************@news.easynews.com...
The Samsungs run Windows XP for Tablets. Ray wasn't actually being
facetious here... :)

Hint: It's really a tablet PC docked on the refrigerator door, the
only thing the fridg provides is a power connection to recharge the
battery.

Jeff


Jul 19 '05 #8

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My cats will not be affected at all. :]

"Dave" <dg******@sewanee.edu> wrote in message
news:O0**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
Well, since computers are taking over the world of automation; Fido will
soon find himself out of a job. Slipper and newspaper fetching will become
obsolete. I'll bet that Fido will also have to rely upon Scooter Computer
for a walk around the block. Sad, so sad. :)

Dave

Jul 19 '05 #9

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