Tag Archives: webkit

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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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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Internet Explorer 9 is better…but it’s still in last place

Microsoft has hyped the hell out of Internet Explorer 9 and for the first time in about ten years, Microsoft’s browser isn’t embarrassingly behind the other major browsers. But all that Microsoft has really done is make their browser catch … 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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Make an Apple style navigation in CSS3 vs the way Apple does it

The best way to learn something like CSS3? Challenge yourself to build something that you’ve seen. I sat down the other day and built Apple’s navigation using only CSS. I know for sure I’m not the first person to build … Continue reading

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