Finally Here: The Official sIFR 2.0 Release!

by Stephanie Rewis on May 1, 2005

The thing we've all been waiting for, the final release of sIFR, has finally arrived! Well, it's the thing I've been waiting for anyway. ;) And the release was while I was at TODCon in Las Vegas. Thus my delay in letting you guys know.

The new tweaks they've added are great. Mark and Mike even gave me something I requested a couple weeks ago — the ability to use comma delimited selectors in the JS replacement calls. That's nifty! The Flash Block extension problems are worked out. They smashed a couple Safari bugs at the last minute. I was doing a session at TODCon on sIFR so they burned some midnight oil to get final files ready for me to use and distribute. These guys truly rock!

And now, due to their updated and excellent documentation, it's time for you guys to take this to your clients. It's time to rock the web with some new typography. I'll be adding sIFR to a large client site this week (I'll post the URL here when it's completed). I can't wait to really jazz things up. Pop over to the main sIFR page or Mike's blog entry about sIFR. There's also the wiki — a useful place for you to leave tips and info for other developers as you use sIFR (with links to other sIFR resources as well). And finally, there's the sIFR forum — just in case you need to ask a couple questions.

I'd love to see some of the things you do with sIFR, so leave me a comment or drop me a line at CMX.

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