Tag Archives: IE

Make your life easier and don’t wait until the end to check your site in IE

I get it, Internet Explorer 6 is horrible and corporations suck for keeping it alive. IE 7 can be just as bad. And IE 8 has caused it’s share of pain. But there are a few ways to make things … Continue reading

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There’s no reason for Safari to be on Windows

I’m a Firefox guy but Chrome has been doing a lot to win me over, but Firefox still remains my browser of choice for developing and I’m really liking what Mozilla has done with Firefox 4. But now that Chrome … Continue reading

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It’s cool your thing works in Webkit but doesn’t that make it kinda useless?

Today on Hacker News, I saw this link, IE9 is the IE6 of CSS3. The authors point has some validity to it, I’ve said before I’m disappointed in IE9’s CSS3 support but I don’t think it’s as bad as this … Continue reading

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When did Firefox start to suck?

Sorry for the link bait title but I’ve been noticing a trend over the last couple of months. Whenever someone takes screenshots for a tutorial or does a screencast, the browser they use is Google’s Chrome. Now, I’ve said on … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 9 just might bring on a golden age of browsers

Yeah, I know. That might be some hyperbole. But, then again, if IE9 can do everything Microsoft is claiming, then all that time we spend making sure things work in IE, might be put to use doing interesting things. I … Continue reading

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When Internet Explorer supports RGBa, life’s going to be a lot easier

One of the great things about CSS is it makes things easy. I’ve had to make sites where the design has called for elements to have backgrounds with an alpha transparency of less than 100%. There’s two ways you can … Continue reading

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Setting up a CSS3 radial gradient for your site’s background

In my last post, I showed how to use CSS3 linear gradients to create your web sites background. This time I’ll show you how to do it with radial gradients. It’s simple for Firefox, but it’s a bit more complicated … Continue reading

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Use CSS3 gradients to replace your site’s background

If you’re a web developer like me, you’ve made plenty of sites where the design includes a large gradient for the background coloring. Up until now the only way to do was to either, have a huge image that was … Continue reading

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The Internet will be a better place when everyone catches up to Chrome

Since Mozilla Firefox was first release back in 2004, I’ve been a die hard user. Honestly, at that time I didn’t know anything about HTML, rendering engines or web standards, I think it was just the fact that for the … Continue reading

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Why I’m more excited about CSS3 than HTML5

HTML5 is in reality a long why from being finalized. Sure Safari, Chrome and Firefox support it and there’s a work around using Javascript to get Internet Explorer to work with it, but really it’s going to be a while … Continue reading

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