|Displaying Topics 201 - 240 (290 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: reverse|
|201:|| IE6 and IE7 on one computer - Microsoft releases a solution|
Microsoft has now give us an official way to run IE7 and still have IE6 on the same machine.
|Dec 1, 2006|
|202:|| 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|
|203:|| IE Vulnerability: Address Bar Spoofing|
"The vulnerability is caused due to a race condition in the loading of web content and Macromedia Flash Format files (".swf") in browser windows. This can be exploited to spoof the address bar in a browser window showing web content from a malicious web site."
|Apr 17, 2006|
|204:|| IE Updated after Patent Dispute|
"Microsoft on Tuesday made broadly available an Internet Explorer update related to a high-profile patent spat with a start-up backed by the University of California."
|Mar 1, 2006|
|205:|| IE Service Pack 1 With Alexa?|
Alexa Bundled With IE - apparently without notice.
|Sept 17, 2002|
|206:|| IE Rapidly Losing Market Share|
" ...worldwide survey in late November. The survey shows that Internet Explorer's share dropped to less than 89 percent, 5 percentage points less than in May. FireFox now has almost 5 percent of the market, and it is growing. "
|Dec 22, 2004|
|207:|| IE Patch to affect ActiveX (incl Flash launching)?|
"Microsoft on Tuesday made broadly available an Internet Explorer update related to a high-profile patent spat with a start-up backed by the University of California. The update changes how the browser handles Web programs known as ActiveX controls."
|Mar 1, 2006|
|208:|| IE Mega Annoyance - No Flash Installed|
Is there a solution to: "...I don't want flash, and I'm getting tired of being asked if I want to install it"
|Jan 13, 2003|
|209:|| 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|
|210:|| IE 9 Can Change the Document Mode Automatically|
Have you seen this browser behavior in IE9? Click on a link to an HTML5 page, and the document mode that was set to IE9 is automatically reset to IE7.[br][br]The problematic result is that the new canvas element does not work - as well as other HTML 5 goodies. And even more puzzling part is that the page has the HTML 5 DTD. [br][br]There's a lot of detail to learn about document compatibility in IE 9.
|Mar 21, 2011|
|211:|| How to Install Multiple Versions of IE on Your PC|
Tutorial on how to install multiple versions of IE on the same computer.
|Nov 18, 2003|
|212:|| How is non-English alphabet created in web pages?|
Solid reference for dealing with world-wide character sets on web pages.
|July 6, 2004|
|213:|| How do you design?|
"I was wondering how other designers come up with the sites you do. I usually use photoshop and just start designing elements. I thought about sketches on a piece of paper first, but it seems to just take longer than. Any thoughts?"
|May 13, 2002|
|214:|| Heads Up - Putting our HTML Heads Together|
The insufferable "head" tag has gone through some changes over the years. Deprecated info abounds on the web. What´s in, what´s out, what´s current?
|Mar 31, 2002|
|Apr 30, 2001|
|216:|| Hackers Hack, Firefox, Safari, IE and iPhone|
"Like dominoes falling in rapid succession, the platforms were felled in the fourth year of the contest, which has come to underscore the alarming insecurity of most internet-facing software."
|Mar 26, 2010|
|217:|| HTTP/2 Finalised Today|
HTTP/2 and HPACK specification is now formally approved and now heading to the RFC Editor.
|Feb 18, 2015|
|218:|| HTML 5 Draft - alt attributes not required!|
The currently published specs for HTML 5 no longer require the alt attribute for an img element - and the longdesc attribute is nowhere to be seen in the current draft.
|Aug 29, 2007|
|219:|| 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|
|220:|| Google's Chrome Market Share Drops Back After Initial Interest|
"Since then, the upstart browser has fallen to 0.77% as of last week, with the losses shared evenly between IE and Firefox."
|Sept 24, 2008|
|221:|| Google Unveils its Own HTML5 Site|
"Google is releasing a new developer resource dedicated to all that is HTML5."
|June 23, 2010|
|222:|| Google To Phase Out Support for IE6 From March 1|
"The firm said from 1 March some of its services, such as Google Docs, would not work 'properly' with the browser."
|Jan 30, 2010|
|223:|| Google Releases 'Native Client' Extension to Enable Web Applications|
Google is looking for developers to test their new browser extension, which includes a runtime, a plugin, and GCC-based compilation tools. The idea is to enable web applications to run in the browser and still incorporate native code.
|Dec 9, 2008|
|224:|| Google Publishes Plan For Chrome Extensions||Dec 4, 2008|
|225:|| Google Mulls Pre-Installing Chrome Browser||Nov 21, 2008|
|226:|| Google Chrome Out of Beta|
"Google takes its browser, Chrome, out of beta."
|Dec 12, 2008|
|227:|| Google Chrome Now Faster With Latest Version|
"...a new version of Google Chrome that is faster than ever..."
|May 22, 2009|
|228:|| Google Chrome Extensions Now Available||Dec 8, 2009|
|229:|| Google Chrome Download Vulnerability|
"This vulnerability is due to a default configuration that allows files to be downloaded without prompting the user."
|Sept 3, 2008|
|230:|| Google Chrome 3 (Beta) Stable Release||Sept 16, 2009|
|231:|| Google Chrome 2.0 (Beta) Released||Mar 18, 2009|
|232:|| Google Chrome - Google's Browser Project|
The Google Chrome browser is said to be based on the WebKit rendering engine - and includes a privacy feature that sounds something like the IE8 approach.
|Sept 1, 2008|
|233:|| Google Applies For 3rd Party in E.C. Proceedings Against Microsoft|
"We are applying to become a third party in the European Commission's proceeding."
|Feb 25, 2009|
|234:|| Google Aims to Double Web Speed with SPDY Networking Protocol|
SPDY would make SSL the underlying protocol for all browsing. To overcome the added latency from SSL, the added SPDY layer reworks the way that concurrent interleaved streams flow over a single TCP connection.
|Nov 15, 2009|
|235:|| Getting Iframed Content to Reconstitute With the Framing Page|
We all know visitors won't always come in on the page that sets up your framed content properly. That issue become twice as difficult when using HTML 4 IFRAMES.
|Oct 22, 2002|
|236:|| Framing Sites And Copyright Issues|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the copyright issues relating to framing sites."
|Aug 31, 2009|
|237:|| Framed! Pros and Cons Thereof|
"Why is there such a strong sentiment against frames?"
|Apr 15, 2003|
|238:|| Font Sizes|
A general webmaster survey on font sizes.
|Feb 28, 2002|
|239:|| 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|
|240:|| Flash Introduces a Stand Alone Flash Player|
"Macromedia Central will create an environment where Flash applications can run independent of the browser."
|Mar 28, 2003|