|Displaying Topics 241 - 280 (288 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: forward|
|241:|| Browser Wars Heat Up|
"But by offering links only to Firefox and Chrome for its upgrade, Google is doing something that helped to make Microsoft the 8,000-ton gorilla on the desktop: playing favorites."
|Jan 3, 2009|
|242:|| IE8 Update Blocker - now available from Microsoft|
The official IE Blog reports: "To help prevent users from installing IE8 through Automatic Update before compatibility testing has been completed, we are providing the IE8 Blocker Toolkit."
|Jan 7, 2009|
|243:|| IE8 - RC 1 Available for Download||Jan 26, 2009|
|244:|| Site Validation Reports: Don't Be Fearful|
"Okay, what is it that deters you from validating your documents? Is it the fear of running that first validation routine and finding hundreds of errors?"
|Jan 27, 2009|
|245:|| 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|
|246:|| Google Chrome 2.0 (Beta) Released||Mar 18, 2009|
|247:|| Internet Explorer 8 Released Today|
"Users will be able to download IE8 in 25 languages at 12:00 noon Eastern Daylight Time on Thursday from Microsoft's IE Web site and its online download center."
|Mar 19, 2009|
|248:|| Modern Browsers Actively Patch Broken Website Code|
Often a broken site is not the browser's fault, but it most definitely is the browser's problem. The Opera Core Developers have published an article that explores the under-appreciated area of "site patching".
|Apr 8, 2009|
|249:|| Google Chrome Now Faster With Latest Version|
"...a new version of Google Chrome that is faster than ever..."
|May 22, 2009|
|250:|| What is "hasLayout" in the IE Browsers?|
Are you faced with a layout bug in a legacy version of Internet Explorer? Learn about this common approach that fixes many of them.
|June 16, 2009|
|251:|| The Need For Speed - Google shares help and research|
Google Code is sharing a lot of information and resources with all web publishers about the importance of website speed and how to improve it.
|June 25, 2009|
|252:|| IE8 Automatic Rollout Aug 25 - via Windows Server Update Services|
If you work in a corporate IT Department you may need to prepare for Aug 25. IE8 will automatically roll out to your system via WSUS (Windows Server Update Services) unless you take steps to ensure that it won't happen until your company's environment is ready.
|June 30, 2009|
|253:|| W3C Abandons XHTML2, Increases Resources for HTML5||July 2, 2009|
|254:|| Microsoft's Research Paper on the Gazelle Web Browser||July 12, 2009|
|255:|| New Google Chrome Beta||Aug 7, 2009|
|256:|| Microsoft Keeps IE6 Life-Support Machine Switched On Until 2014|
"The software giant said it would support IE6 until 2014 - four years beyond the original deadline."
|Aug 14, 2009|
|257:|| Framing Sites And Copyright Issues|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the copyright issues relating to framing sites."
|Aug 31, 2009|
|258:|| Google Chrome 3 (Beta) Stable Release||Sept 16, 2009|
|259:|| Designing a Site For IE6 Can Still Bring Traffic Opportunities||Oct 13, 2009|
|260:|| 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|
|261:|| Google Chrome Extensions Now Available||Dec 8, 2009|
|262:|| Microsoft Prepares "Out of Band" Patch for Internet Explorer||Jan 20, 2010|
|263:|| 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|
|264:|| Microsoft Shows Developers IE9 Platform Preview|
"Coming in the new version is support for new Web standards including plug-in-free video; better performance with graphics, text, and JavaSript by taking advantage of modern computing hardware; and a new effort at gathering and responding to feedback from those using the prototype software,"
|Mar 16, 2010|
|265:|| Webmaster Guide To Cross Browser Support|
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss cross browser support, and help decide which browsers and formats are needed for compatibility."
|Mar 26, 2010|
|266:|| 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|
|267:|| Web Open Font Format (WOFF) Support From Mozilla, Opera and Microsoft|
"The WOFF font format was designed to provide lightweight, easy-to-implement compression of the font data, suitable for use in conjunction with the @font-face CSS declaration."
|Apr 27, 2010|
|268:|| "Web Application Exploits and Defenses" - Jarlsberg from Google Code|
First they teach you how hacking works. Then you get permission to use those attacks (and ONLY those attacks) against "Jarlsberg" - a cheesy web application that was intentionally built with a number of vulnerabilities.
|May 5, 2010|
|269:|| Apple Safari, critical code bug|
It has been confirmed in version 4.0.5 for Windows, and the latest Mac version may also be affected.
|May 11, 2010|
|270:|| To HTML 5 or not to HTML 5, that is the question|
Starting a new site? Members discuss whether to stay with HTML 4.1 or start fresh with HTML 5.
|May 31, 2010|
|271:|| Apple Demonstrates HTML5|
"Apple favours HTML5 over rival format Flash, and doesn't support Flash technology on its multimedia devices, such as the iPhone and iPad."
|June 4, 2010|
|272:|| Apple Releases Safari 5|
Safari 5 boasts 30% faster speeds, more HTML5 support and the addition of Safari Extensions.
|June 8, 2010|
|273:|| Google Unveils its Own HTML5 Site|
"Google is releasing a new developer resource dedicated to all that is HTML5."
|June 23, 2010|
|274:|| 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|
|275:|| W3C says: Hold HTML5 Deployment in Websites|
There is already a lot of excitement for HTML5, but it's a little too early to deploy it because we're running into interoperability issues.
|Oct 7, 2010|
|276:|| Web Upgrade HTML 5 May Weaken Privacy|
"Because of that process, advertisers and others could, experts say, see weeks or even months of personal data. That could include a user's location, time zone, photographs, text from blogs, shopping cart contents, e-mails and a history of the Web pages visited."
|Oct 11, 2010|
|277:|| Developer Communities Stunned by WHATWG Changing HTML5 to HTML!?|
Removing the version number from HTML5 and simply calling it 'HTML' has 'benefits'.[br][br]'In practice, the WHATWG has basically been operating like this for years, and indeed we were going to change the name last year but ended up deciding to wait a bit since people still used the term "HTML5" a lot. However, the term is now basically being used to mean anything Web-standards-related, so it's time to move on!'
|Jan 24, 2011|
|278:|| 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|
|279:|| Amazon Introduces Silk Web Browser|
Today in New York, Amazon introduced Silk, an all-new web browser powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and available exclusively on the just announced Kindle Fire. You might be asking, 'A browser? Do we really need another one?'
|Sept 28, 2011|
|280:|| Worldwide Browsers Stats Show Chrome Gaining On Firefox|
Firefox dropped 0.4 percentage point to 22.1 percent of usage in November, while Chrome gained 0.7 percent to 18.2 percent. If that rate was to continue, Chrome would outpace Firefox in March 2012, but fluctuations make such predictions difficult.
|Dec 1, 2011|