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|281:|| 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|
|282:|| Accessibility Issues In The Real World|
"To be honest, my considerations in regard to usability and accessibility extended to making sure sites were cross- browser compliant. That changed when I was handed the task of developing content for several sites that by necessity must be accessible to people with impaired vision. "
|June 11, 2002|
|283:|| Above the Fold vs Scrolling|
Wichita State University studies are showing, that above-the-fold aint what it used to be.
|Feb 11, 2003|
|284:|| AOL to Possibly Release Tweaked IE|
"...the forthcoming AOL Browser a standalone piece of software and it will not need the America Online client software to be running to be used...AOL Browser is based on Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and not on AOL's Netscape browser engine.
|Oct 8, 2004|
|285:|| AOL Open Ride Web Browser Debuts|
"Unlike traditional Web browsers in which users perform one task at a time, OpenRide splits the main window into four panes -- for e-mail, instant messaging, video and general Web browsing. It also has a prominent search box up top -- tied to AOL's search engine."
|Oct 5, 2006|
|286:|| AOL Axes Gecko Team, Dumps Netscape|
"It has been learned through public and private sources that AOL has axed the Gecko team in a mass firing and are dismantling Netscape (they've even pulled the logos off the buildings)."
|July 16, 2003|
|287:|| "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|
|288:|| "IE7 Is Coming This Month"|
Microsoft says: "IE7 Is Coming This Month. The final release...will be delivered to customers via Automatic Updates a few weeks after it's available for download."
|Oct 9, 2006|