Common web development errors or problems
Using Microsoft-provided application image for various version of IE
Defining Document Compatibility
Detecting version of IE
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"> <!--[if lt IE 7]> <style type="text/css"> </style> <![endif]-->
How does IE handle the stacking context?
IE, up to and including version 7, always use the nearest positioned ancestor to determine the stacking context for the element in question (what happen if a parent element has position:static explicitly?). IE7 treats the value 'auto' as 0 (zero) (a new stacking context is established?).
What is the best way to deal with IE problems?
The best way to deal with these incompatibilities is to make sure that the correct layout of your page doesn't depend on them. If you use these problematical selectors and declarations not for fundamental CSS declarations but only for nice extras, you can ignore Explorer for Windows' incompatibilities. For instance, the :focus pseudo-class allows you to define a style for a focused form field. Although this extra style is nice to have, your page can do without it. Therefore you can safely use :focus and ignore Explorer Windows' lack of support.
You could use the famous Box Model Hack, or you could decide the minor differences aren't worth the trouble. Fluid thinking can solve many problems, not by hacking your way through browser incompatibilities, but by embracing a different, more web-like way of thinking.
How can we configure IE for SAML authentication?
Go to Internet Options -> Advanced. Under the Security section, there is a check box labelled Enable Integrated Windows Authentication
How can we configure IE to automatically clear its cache when it is closed?
Go to Internet Options -> Advanced. Under the Security section, there is a check box labelled Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed
How can configure IE to display the status bar?
Click on the View menu -> Toolbars -> Status Bar