Firefox 2.0

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

Mozilla has released the 2.0 release of the Firefox web browser. Among the new features is built in spellcheck and javascript 1.7 support. However, there are critiques that are critical of the User Interface. (The blank bar, I thought, was the bookmarks toolbar folder area where you could put bookmarks of rss feeds or most [...]

IE7 will have many css fixes

Thursday, August 24th, 2006

They’re doing what they can at Microsoft to put to rest the notion that IE7 won’t make drastic strides in CSS compliance. One of the fronts they’re pushing is this detailed listing of CSS fixes that will be found in Internet Explorer 7 when it is released.    Send article as PDF   

Global White Space Reset (CSS/html)

Monday, December 12th, 2005

This may not be useful to many people, but I thought it was interesting. If you do web design and use css you’ll probably like this… I found this post at about a neat way to “reset” the padding and margin css information which can help for designing sites to display the same when [...]

KDE 3.5 released

Tuesday, November 29th, 2005

The 3.5 release of the KDE (linux) desktop environment has come today. Among other things, konqueror is now the second browser to pass the ACID2, CSS rendering test (ahead of Internet Explorer and Firefox). Konqueror also sports a new adblock feature. There are new applications in the kde-edu cluster of apps as well. This is [...]

standards and CSS in Internet Explorer 7

Monday, August 1st, 2005

In the IEblog there are some comments on what will occur regarding standards compliance and CSS rendering in the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 7. There is a list of “finally” fixes that will be first seen in Beta 2. One feature that I have been anxious for is alpha channel in PNG images. That’s [...]


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