|Displaying Topics 81 - 120 (288 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: reverse|
|81:|| Project File Structures - Smart URIs|
"Choosing a URI structure with server-side technology independence and ease of maintainability"
|July 26, 2007|
|82:|| Printer Friendly Layout Theory|
Designing pages with the printer in mind.
|Sept 22, 2002|
|83:|| Prevent the Saving of HTML Pages?|
Everybody repeat after me: "There is no way to prevent a person from viewing the html code of a webpage."
|Jan 13, 2003|
|84:|| Preloading Images|
Tips and questions on preloading of images with js.
|Dec 7, 2002|
|85:|| Precedent: AllTheWeb Validates to W3C Standards.|
Following the precedent set by the ODP, AllTheWeb has become the first major crawler based search engine to validate their home page to support W3C HTML and accessiblity standards.
|Nov 11, 2002|
|86:|| PositionTech Introduces Online Validator|
For several years, we have suggested to search engines and search engine service providers that they should consider HTML validation of pages that are submitted. One such service introduced today, takes on that challenge.
|Apr 4, 2002|
|87:|| Phishing Filters and User Privacy - Browsers That "Phone Home"|
The latest "must-have" browser feature seems to be anti-phishing technology. In order to perform this service, some browsers send your surfing information to the home company.
|Nov 6, 2006|
|88:|| PayPal Thinking About Blocking Some Web Browsers|
"Most controversial is the idea of blocking "unsafe" browsers, or browsers that do not currently include antiphishing tools. PayPal says it would first notify users when they log in if they are using an unsafe browser. Later, PayPal would simply block the use of the browser entirely."
|Apr 19, 2008|
|89:|| Patch Issued for IE Vulnerabilities|
"...fixes for three major security flaws related to its Internet Explorer browser for surfing the Web..."
|Feb 2, 2004|
|90:|| Page Validation and Search Engines|
Valid mark-up and well structured html documents. Is there a practical value here, or is it just a geek's obsession?
|Sept 19, 2004|
|91:|| PNG Transparency Problems in IE|
PNG is a great image format. But sometimes PNG transparency works on IE and sometimes it doesn't. Here our community takes a close look at the details.
|Aug 16, 2006|
|92:|| P3P and the Default Settings of Internet Explorer 6|
"Internet Explorer 6 takes a proactive stance to P3P by automatically taking action based on the user´s privacy settings. This may be done with little or no knowledge of the human surfing the web and could change the browsing experience intended by the webmaster. "
|July 10, 2002|
|93:|| Outlook 2007 Now Using MS Word Rendering Engine|
This could limit your HTML emails - Word 2007 only supports a subset of both HTML and CSS.
|Jan 11, 2007|
|94:|| Opera v8.5 is now FREE!|
"Opera has removed the banners, found within our browser, and the licensing fee."
|Sept 20, 2005|
|95:|| Opera mini browser launched|
"Opera Software released a final version of its new browser for wireless handsets, known as Mini, and said it hopes to spur increased use of the mobile Internet by distributing the application free of charge."
|Jan 25, 2006|
|96:|| Opera Software To Go Public|
Makers of the popular Opera Browser schedule plans to go public on the Oslo stock exchange.
|Feb 9, 2004|
|97:|| Opera Software Releases Browser for Nintendo DS|
"In Opera's agreement with Nintendo, Nintendo DS users will now be able to surf the full Internet from their systems using the Opera browser. "
|Feb 15, 2006|
|98:|| Opera Software Moves Opera Browser to "Weekly Builds"|
"The release of Opera 9 Preview 2 marks the start of a new tradition: The Weekly Builds. Every week until the final version of Opera 9 is ready, we intend to ship a weekly updated version of Opera 9 on this blog."
|Feb 14, 2006|
|99:|| Opera Software Doubles Revenue|
Opera Software (makers of the famous Opera Browser) have announced that revenue doubled in 2002 over 2001 and that they expect to go public in late 2003.
|Jan 8, 2003|
|100:|| Opera Gives Away Free Browsers - Celebrating 10th Birthday|
"For one day only, you can get an ad-free version of Opera."
|Aug 30, 2005|
|101:|| Opera Bags Mega Deal With Adobe|
"Adobe Systems Inc. will include the cross-platform rendering engine from browser maker Opera Software..."
|Sept 30, 2003|
|102:|| Opera 9 Browser Tech Preview2 Released from Opera Software|
"The latest technology preview of Opera 9 is available today. We've added several big features including BitTorrent support and Widgets."
|Feb 7, 2006|
|103:|| Opera 8.5 browser is now FREE!|
Opera has removed both the banner ads and the licensing fee. This change puts another top quality browser within everyone's reach.
|Sept 20, 2005|
|104:|| Opera 8 Released||Apr 19, 2005|
|105:|| Opera 8 Beta is Available for Download|
Some interesting changes in one of the nets favorite 3rd party browsers.
|Jan 5, 2005|
|106:|| Opera 7.5 Released|
With little fanfare, Opera finally gets it right. There just isn't a browser on the market today that can stand feature-for-feature with Opera. You owe it to yourself to kick the tires again.
|May 13, 2004|
|107:|| Opera 7.20 released!|
Noteworthy about this release is that Google Adwords/AdSense advertisements are running in the browser ad window.
|Sept 24, 2003|
|108:|| Opera 7 Final Released|
After only 2 betas, Opera 7 final has been released - expectations are not running high.
|Jan 28, 2003|
|109:|| Opera 7 Beta 1 Released|
Opera 7 beta 1 for Windows was released.
|Nov 14, 2002|
|110:|| Now on Deck : Netscape 7|
"...are working hard to create features and services you want in Netscape 7.0. Netscape 7.0 PR1 is a pre-release version for users to test and provide feedback."
|May 22, 2002|
|111:|| Nielsens Top 10 Design Mistakes of 2002|
" The number one mistake, however, was lack of pricing information, followed by overly literal search engines."
|Dec 30, 2002|
|112:|| New: the real IE 7 beta 2|
Ok, so Microsoft is having trouble naming things clearly. But as of this evening (April 24, 2006) we now have a new version of IE7.
|Apr 25, 2006|
|113:|| New to WebDesign - Been There Done That.|
We all remember what it was like: "I am very new using a PC and have a lot of catching up do to. I have a question to ask, although I´m afraid to ask for fear of sounding like the village idiot, but here goes:"
|May 16, 2002|
|114:|| New W3C "All-In-One" Validator: Unicorn|
"Unicorn combines a number of popular tools in a single, easy interface, including the Markup validator, CSS validator, mobileOk checker, and Feed validator,..."
|July 27, 2010|
|115:|| New MSN toolbar with tabbed browsing|
"Want to keep more than one website open at a time, but tired of managing multiple Internet Explorer windows? Tabbed browsing lets you have multiple pages open in a single Internet Explorer window."
|June 9, 2005|
|116:|| New IE security flaw called 'Extremely Critical'|
This flaw allows malicious code to be loaded onto Windows XP machines, even with Service Pack 2 installed.
|Jan 11, 2005|
|117:|| New IE Attack Expected - Pre-Patch Workaround Issued|
Looks like a big storm is aiming straight for Internet Explorer, and Microsoft is scrambling to help users protect their systems.
|Aug 19, 2005|
|118:|| New Google Firefox Extensions - including a 2.0 toolbar release|
Google now has a hearty bunch of Firefox extensions, notably the new 2.0 toolbar released March 28. Among other features, Google integrated their anti-phishing tool into the toolbar -- previously only available as a stand-alone.
|Apr 7, 2006|
|119:|| New Google Chrome Beta||Aug 7, 2009|
|120:|| New Firefox 1.0.3 Vulnerabilities|
An iframe problem plus a hole in automatic update create a big Firefox 1.0.3 vulnerability. Mozilla Org has scrambled up a temporary fix for the worst case scenarios.
|May 9, 2005|