First out was Opera, and then WebKit (which Safari and some other web browsers are based on), to pass the Acid3 test.
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Last night my paternal grandfather passed away.
Looking at the upcoming releases of different web browsers I started to wonder whether specifying fonts in relative units, such as
ems etc, will be a common approach in the future.
In this day and age, where some people would do just about everything to be seen, it’s interesting to see companies trying to take advantage of that.
As you all know,
form elements aren’t that easy to style, especially not consistently. At a first glance, the
button element seems like a sure winner, but once you delve into it…
Something I’ve noticed is how web developers behave when color coding in their favorite editor doesn’t work,
A number of exciting things have been going on in the DOMAssistant camp, so I thought I’d fill you in with some of the latest. We’re talking plugins, developer tools and taking a glimpse into the future.
For those of you who have missed it, IE 8 beta is now available for download. Let’s take a quick look on what’s in it.
I am, hypothetically ( 🙂 ) working on an e-commerce site, and the other day I discovered that IE doesn’t post all values with a
As reported all over Internet, Microsoft has completely turned around regarding their initial Standards Mode approach in the upcoming IE 8.