Testing only. If you are reading this, please ensure you are using Internet Explorer 8
Webslices are new consumer feature in Internet Explorer 8. You can embed simple HTML within a WebSlice that is a portion of a pre-existing page. To get IFRAMES and OBJECT to work there is a little tweaking required. Then you get Silverlight and/or Flash.
The IFRAME/OBJECT content is stripped (for security reasons) by the RSS engine in IE8. However, when displaying a unique page â€“ things can get way more interesting.
In the example WebSlice below, I use an alternate display source. This alternate display is used as the content for the slice. This also permits smart styling in your slice; as used on http://istartedsomething.com/‘s Webslice. The xxxx.html below is the page with the Webslice content.
<a rel="entry-content" href="xxxx.html" style="display:none;"></a>
Thanks to Michael Kordahi, Chris Bright and Greg Willis for the push to check this out.