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241: new post   Firefox Stamps Out 0.9 Final
The leaner version of Mozilla hits the streets.
June 15, 2004
242: new post   Firefox 2 to get phishing shield
"An upcoming version of Firefox will include protection against phishing scams, using technology that might come from Google."
Mar 9, 2006
243: new post   Firefox 1.5 is out
Dec 1, 2005
244: new post   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
245: new post   FAQ: Choosing the best doctype for your site
"This post is a short and simple guide to choosing the right doctype for your pages."
Aug 26, 2006
246: new post   Explaining Screen Resolution To Clients
"...[a client was] shocked to see that their site which neatly occupies a 800 x 600 screen looks smaller at 1024 or 768 or above."
July 21, 2003
247: new post   Enoughs Enough - Goodbye Netscape 4
One by one designers are making the choice to skip Netscape 4 support.
Apr 24, 2002
248: new post   End of an Era: AOL Terminates Netscape Browser
Dec 30, 2007
249: new post   Easy way for client to post images online?
"I have a client who provides location scouting services and needs to make images available to his clients online. I´m trying to come up with an easy way for him to do this..."
Mar 11, 2002
250: new post   Easiest and Best Way to Stop mailto: spam?
"We have published our email addresses on our web sites for almost 10 years using simple mailto: or forms. In the past year, the amount of spam has become intolerable. "
Nov 18, 2002
251: new post   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
252: new post   Designing a Site For IE6 Can Still Bring Traffic Opportunities
Oct 13, 2009
253: new post   Design is Only Skin Deep
Real world Webmasters continue to assert that the majority of what is taught in web design and web graphics classes is wrong. It is the low key, no graphic, easy to read, white space strong, low impact pages that are producing long term results in the real world.
Dec 1, 2002
254: new post   Deprecated HTML Tags and Attributes
A simple and concise list of tags that are going away. Use them at your own risk.
Apr 8, 2002
255: new post   Cutting Bandwidth Needs
"...suggestions for cutting bandwidth, particularly in a mostly text-based environment?"
Dec 7, 2002
256: new post   Creating HTML for languages you don't know
Creating multi-lingual sites can be an effective way to increase your market reach. But how do you create mark-up when the text is in a language that is foreign to you? What are the pitfalls?
Oct 31, 2004
257: new post   Creating HTML Based E-Mail News Letters
"I need to put together a newsletter with a banner and links, etc."
Sept 16, 2007
258: new post   Compuserve V7 launches Netscape!
Compuserve (owned by AOL) released a new version of it´s proprietary software today based not on IE, but on Netscape 6.
Apr 17, 2002
259: new post   Company Claims RDF Infringes on Patent
"RDF (Resource Description Framework) files have been used extensively for the last few years in many applications. The most well known RDF file is the Open Directory Project database that is distributed in RDF format."
Jan 4, 2002
260: new post   Common Validation Errors
"...the more people work toward writing valid code, the more challenges we´ll see."
Apr 2, 2002
261: new post   Colored Scrollbars - Love em or hate em - No Middle Ground to be Found
Opinions on colored scroll bars run the full spectrum from "I love them" to "I press the back button when I see them." Those that don't care for them are rather passionate about them. Enough to suggest they aren't ready for prime time yet.
Jan 9, 2003
262: new post   Coding a List Element For Best SEO Performance
Sure you know the (li) List Element? WebmasterWorld Members discuss coding best practices and relevance of the list element to SEO.
Nov 12, 2013
263: new post   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
264: new post   CERT/ Homeland Security Recommends Non-IE Browsing
"The U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team, the official U.S. body responsible for defending against online threats, also advised security administrators to consider moving to a non-Microsoft browser among six possible responses."
June 30, 2004
265: new post   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
266: new post   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
267: new post   Browser Viewport Statistics
The "viewport" is the usable space inside the user's browser window - much more informative than mere screen resolution. What can this statistic tell us about our visitors and scrolling below the fold?
Sept 8, 2007
268: new post   Breaking The IE Habit
Fear of viruses, security woes, spyware, scumware, malware, and general obsolecence is driving users away from IE in record numbers.
July 7, 2004
269: new post   Big Sites Clueless in Codeville
Why is validation so neglected?
May 12, 2003
270: new post   Big 3 (Apple, Mozilla, Opera) Form Browser Plugin Group
The rash of ActiveX Microsoft IE based exploits and viruses have prompted three traditional competitors to band together in an effort to build a new standard for plugins.
July 1, 2004
271: new post   Best Way to Implement Pop-Up Windows
"We all know pop-up windows were over-used in the past, however, there are legitimate uses for pop-ups. WebmasterWorld members discuss the best way to implement pop-up windows."
Apr 5, 2007
272: new post   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
273: new post   Are Splash Pages Site Killers or Site Makers?
Click here to enter.
June 26, 2002
274: new post   Apple Touch Icon - like a favicon for the iPhone
Remember when you were the first on the block with the favicon.ico? Well now you can be first to support something similar for the iPhone.
Jan 29, 2008
275: new post   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
276: new post   Apple Releases Safari 5
Safari 5 boasts 30% faster speeds, more HTML5 support and the addition of Safari Extensions.
June 8, 2010
277: new post   Apple Introduces Safari Browser for Microsoft Windows
"Apple Inc. launched a version of its Safari Web browser for Windows-based PCs on Monday, pitting it against Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox."
June 11, 2007
278: new post   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
279: new post   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: new post   Acid3 Test Released
Now that many browsers can pass the Acid2 test, Acid3 brings standards-testing to a new level. No browser passes Acid3 for the moment.
Mar 4, 2008
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