|Displaying Topics 121 - 160 (289 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|121:|| Bug Reports on IE7 Public Beta|
"Bug reports and security warnings have started pouring in just hours after Microsoft released a second public beta of its forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 browser."
|Feb 2, 2006|
|122:|| IE Developer Toolbar|
"Check out the IE Developer Toolbar! It's linked on the same page as the IE7 Beta 2 download"
|Feb 1, 2006|
|123:|| Mozilla Seamonkey 1.0 released|
|Jan 31, 2006|
|124:|| IE7 beta2 preview|
What is a beta preview? Microsoft says it's a release for everyone involved in making the Internet work.
|Jan 31, 2006|
|125:|| 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|
|126:|| Understanding Fundamental HTML References|
Elements, Attributes, Values, and other goodies - knowing exactly what these terms mean helps us in mastering the markup language.
|Dec 25, 2005|
|127:|| Firefox extensions: Blogger Web Comments & Safe Browsing|
"Firefox extensions: Blogger Web Comments & Safe Browsing (anti phishing/spoofing)"
|Dec 15, 2005|
|128:|| IE6 SP2 and Local Security Issues|
Want to run active content locally on IE6? Or do you want your customers to run a CD with web files? Read about the barriers that SP2 creates with default local security settings.
|Dec 4, 2005|
|129:|| Firefox 1.5 is out||Dec 1, 2005|
|130:|| Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and Konqueror Hold Security Summit|
"...by sitting down at the same table, we have done more to enhance the security of the Internet than we could competing alone."
|Nov 23, 2005|
|131:|| Serious Unpatched Bug: Allows Remote Code Execution|
|Nov 22, 2005|
|132:|| Semantic HTML: Does mark-up provide enough meaning in web documents?|
"You've got a div which contains a single peice of data: the serial number of a product, for example. Options for mark-up include placing the data in a paragraph tag, or leaving it as just the raw text with the div acting as it's element. Which is, in your opinion, semantically correct?"
|Nov 9, 2005|
|133:|| Character Encoding, Entity References and UTF-8|
If you are serious about standards, character encoding matters - even if you are just producing content in English.
|Oct 11, 2005|
|134:|| The Challenges of HTML Email|
So you want to send a spiffy HTML/CSS laden email to your list, but you've heard that different email applications treat HTML in their own quirky ways.
|Oct 7, 2005|
|135:|| The Challenges of HTML Email|
A solid summary of some of the rendering quirks found in common email clients.
|Oct 3, 2005|
|136:|| Opera v8.5 is now FREE!|
"Opera has removed the banners, found within our browser, and the licensing fee."
|Sept 20, 2005|
|137:|| 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|
|138:|| Firefox 1.5 Beta|
"Users will find significant enhancements in usability, performance, extensibility, security, and privacy in the upcoming test version of Firefox 1.5, the first major upgrade of the popular open-source browser since the launch of Firefox 1.0 in November of last year."
|Sept 15, 2005|
|139:|| Meta tags and more - from <head> to </head>|
One of the topics that keeps coming up is the head section of an html document - meta tags and all that. This thread offers a solid reference.
|Sept 3, 2005|
|140:|| Opera Gives Away Free Browsers - Celebrating 10th Birthday|
"For one day only, you can get an ad-free version of Opera."
|Aug 30, 2005|
|141:|| Best Practices of Browser Tags and Information Structure|
"I'm interested in seeing what would be considered good structure, including what search engines would consider good structure too!"
|Aug 21, 2005|
|142:|| 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|
|143:|| US Copyright Office Website Considers Requiring Internet Explorer|
The US Copyright Office is considering whether to require IE for online pre-registration of a work.
|Aug 9, 2005|
|144:|| IE7 Beta Release - for developers|
Changes to the IE browser fall into four categories, according to the technical document: dynamic security protection, interface redesign, new tools, and platform enhancements.
|July 28, 2005|
|145:|| 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|
|146:|| Netscape 8 Disables XML Rendering in IE|
Heads Up! Netscape 8 creates a registry change that disables XML rendering in IE.
|May 26, 2005|
|147:|| Netscape 8.0 Browser release|
"...all-new Netscape 8.0, which automatically adjusts safety and security settings to help protect users as they explore the Web. Based on Firefox(TM) 1.0.3, Netscape 8.0 seamlessly and automatically switches between the rendering engines used by the Firefox(TM) and Internet Explorer (IE) browsers to help ensure maximum compatibility on known/trusted sites and maximum safety on unknown or potentially dangerous sites, without the user having to do anything."
|May 19, 2005|
|148:|| 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|
|149:|| Googles Prefetch Jacks Up Mozilla FireFox Numbers|
As predicted one month ago, Mozilla/FF pageview numbers are up due to the Google Prefetch/caching effect.
|Apr 28, 2005|
|150:|| Opera 8 Released||Apr 19, 2005|
|151:|| Internet Explorer Security Patch - cumulative|
"Microsoft has released a whole fleet of security patches in the past 24 hours - including IE 5 and IE 6 patches for the various flavors of Windows."
|Apr 13, 2005|
|152:|| Flash Used to Restore Deleted Cookies|
By tagging your browser with a Flash object containing a unique ID, marketers can recognize an individual PC and restore deleted cookie data.
|Apr 3, 2005|
|153:|| Mozilla Release Security Update to Fix Domain Name Phishing||Mar 23, 2005|
|154:|| IE7 Leaks Talk of Tabbed Browsing and RSS Aggregator|
"... tabbed browsing, an integrated news aggregator, full PNG transparency support..."
|Mar 18, 2005|
|155:|| Spyware That Uses Firefox to Infect IE|
|Mar 12, 2005|
|156:|| Internet Explorer Usage Drops Below 90%|
" For the first time since IE's trouncing of Netscape, its browser usage numbers have fallen to 89.85%."
|Feb 25, 2005|
|157:|| Internet Explorer 7 Beta This Summer|
"Microsoft will be launching a beta version of Internet Explorer 7 this summer. The new release will only work with Windows XP SP2 ..."
|Feb 17, 2005|
|158:|| Making FireFox a Whole Lot Faster|
With many people trying FireFox, some are finding it pretty slow in its default configuration. Here are some easy tips for supercharging the FireFox browser with small changes that make a really big difference.
|Feb 5, 2005|
|159:|| USAToday: FireFox Burning Brightly|
"People can replace nearly all the major programs on a Windows PC with "safer, less expensive open-source alternatives..."
|Feb 4, 2005|
|160:|| 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|