Internet Explorer 9 Guide for Developers
March 14, 2011
The data URI is a means of directly embedding data in the context of a web page. The most common example is a tiny image embedded in a web page, such as the following:
With Internet Explorer 9, developers can now use a data URI in the src attribute of a script element. Plus, the size limit for data URIs has been lifted from 32 kilobytes (KB) in Internet Explorer 8 to 4 gigabytes (GB) in Internet Explorer 9.
ICC Color Profiles
The International Color Consortium (ICC) publishes color profiles, which describe color attributes of both software and hardware.
Internet Explorer 9 introduces support for ICC v2 and v4 color profiles on images, as defined in ICC specifications.
Selectors API Level 2
The Selectors API Level 2 specification defines a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) that enable you to evaluate selectors in the Document Object Model (DOM).