Apple has released its browser, Safari, to the windows community. Safari currently has a 4% market share of the browser market, it will be interesting to see if they can take on FireFox. I personally use FireFox on both my OS X and Vista boxes. Beta 3 is also available to test on OS X. [...]
Category Archives: Web Design
“An important security issue has been brought to the attention of the WordPress team and we have worked diligently to bring you a new stable release that addresses it. Our latest version 2.0.2 contains several bugfixes and security fixes.”
I am starting a new Web News, Design Resource, CSS, XHTML, AJAX, Web 2.0, (insert new web tech here) site called Style Grind. so set your bookmarks now and watch this space for update on when its going live!
Google have released the long awaited and long-rumored Google. Pages allows users to create a webpage using an AJAX interface . If you have some time on your hands and would like to try this out, then head over to http://pages.google.com to signup. If you have an existing Google account then getting a pages account [...]
WebDesignTimes has a nice collection of Grundge fronts, which seem to be all the rage with the kids these days. So head on over and check it out, 25 Free Grunge Fonts.
The latest version of Fasterfox, v1.0.3, checks the for the robots.txt file on the site the viewer is visiting to check whether it should pre-fetch or not. This new feature allows webmasters to add the following text (in bold) to their robots.txt file to prevent Fasterfox from pre-fetching links. Text To Add To “robots.txt”: User-agent: [...]
It takes advantage of an unusual combination of implementations – IE7 and Opera 9 support CSS3 substring-matching attribute selectors, but they don’t support the negation pseudo-class; other current browsers which support one or the other, support them both. We can further distinguish Opera 9 from IE7 by the former’s support for CSS3 media queries. The [...]
The 2.01 release of WordPress fixes uploading, rpc, caching, and permalink bugs, as well as improving support for old version of php and MySQL in strict mode. All in all we’ve closed 114 bugs in the 2.0.1 release, which you’re welcome to check out if you’re curious about every fix. To summarize: You can now [...]
I use a plugin in Firefox to make small adjustments to live sites, however today at work I was looking for something similar that would work in IE when I stumbled across CSSVista. CSSVista allows you to see both IE and Firefox in two seperate panes and allows you to edit CSS on an already [...]
From Web-Graphics: We can’t escape it: the end of the year is the time for lists, charts and so on… To honour the tradition, a few days ago over at blog.html.it I posted my top 20 bookmarks of 2005. I’ll report them here in English: they’re divided by category, in no particularar order.