Firefox has made a lot of progress over the years, and lately, Chrome has been picking up market share almost every month. But Internet Explorer remains the most-used Web browser in the world, and for that reason, it’s quite significant that the fourth Platform Preview of Internet Explorer 9 has been made available to developers.… Continue reading 4th IE9 Platform Prev. Made Available
Internet Explorer 9 is coming, but Microsoft is doing its best to ensure that it won’t represent some new and strange thing to developers. Yesterday, the company released the second Platform Preview of Internet Explorer 9 specifically to developers. You can find and install the preview here. As for what it involves, Dean Hachamovitch, General… Continue reading Microsoft Shows Devs 2nd IE9 Preview
Why doc types define your page’s css output in IE7(Internet Explorer 7) and how to fix margin errors when one finds out there wasn’t a problem with your css in the first place.
Always define a background color when it comes down to using Internet Explorer.
Microsoft announced today that it has submitted a request to join the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Working Group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Patrick Dengler, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Team writes: We recognize that vector graphics are an important component of the next generation Web platform. As evidenced by our… Continue reading Microsoft Requests to Join SVG Group of W3C
When Google Chrome was released, there was alot of hype. It seemed as if Google finally answered the prayers of a lot of web designers. Finally a browser that actually thinks about the web designer and not only the user. Many users were excited, Google’s success rate with most of it’s projects is very well.… Continue reading Google Chrome drops in popularity
It was no surprise that the new version was greeted with much aplomb and also a heavy degree of skepticism. I am referring to Microsoft’s latest IE upgrade and new browser – Internet Explorer 8. The update has been downloaded by web users whom prefer to use IE. Firefox users are just plain anti-Bill Gates,… Continue reading To Upgrade to Internet Explorer 8 or Not To Upgrade – That Is the Question
Adding Multiprocess Browsing Capability to Next Version of Browser Although it just came out with a new version last week, Mozilla already has plans to pump up its popular browser, Firefox by developing a new feature—multiple process browsing capability. The project, dubbed “Electrolysis,” will improve Firefox’s speed and stability, along with other ancillary advantages.