The Information Index gives you a high level view of the Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003, and Microsoft Vista. This Information Index connects you to specific technical articles, overviews, reference material and blog entries that delve into individual features and functionality. The goal is to organize information by topic and make it easily accessible. Blog entries and other temporary information will be combined into more formal Internet Explorer documentation before final product shipment. This is your chance to access all the documentation available and to let us know what content and format work best for you.
This topic introduces the Windows RSS Platform, an API that developers can use to manipulate the Common Feed List, the set of feeds to which the user is subscribed. The properties and methods are categorized to provide a technical overview of the platform and its functionality.
Sample Application: Screen Saver
This section offers conceptual overview material for the Microsoft Windows RSS Platform, which is an application programming interface (API) of objects for managing and accessing Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds.
Activating ActiveX Controls
Describes how Microsoft Internet Explorer handles ActiveX Controls, including activation of interfaces and impact on accessibility tools and applications that host the WebBrowser Control
HTML Base Tag
Make the HTML BASE tag up to spec and fix some previous odd behavior