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81: new post   JavaScript Form Validation Tutorial
Useful code for an everyday task.
June 10, 2003
82: new post   Making your Site Accessibile
"10 tips and techniques for making your site accessible"
June 12, 2003
83: new post   Speeding up Page Download Times
"...looking for tips on how to possibly get it to load a little faster."
June 16, 2003
84: new post   Stagnant IE - "Browsers Still Matter"
"Ironically, Microsoft achieved this dominance for Internet Explorer at a time when it has let its browser stagnate to the point where it is probably the least-capable browser on the market today."
June 24, 2003
85: new post   Last Chance to Get IE6
Today is the last opportunity that Windows users will have to download IE6 before it is discontinued. That's right, today is the last day for IE as a unique standalone product.
June 30, 2003
86: new post   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
87: 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
88: new post   Opera 7.20 released!
Noteworthy about this release is that Google Adwords/AdSense advertisements are running in the browser ad window.
Sept 24, 2003
89: new post   Opera Bags Mega Deal With Adobe
"Adobe Systems Inc. will include the cross-platform rendering engine from browser maker Opera Software..."
Sept 30, 2003
90: new post   Info leaks out about New IE due in early 2004
Oct 22, 2003
91: new post   W3C Standards
Nov 1, 2003
92: new post   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
93: new post   Microsoft Loses $520 million over IE
"A federal judge on Wednesday upheld a jury ruling that Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser infringed on a patent owned by Eolas Technologies Inc. and the University of California, and ordered the company to pay $520.6 million in damages."
Jan 15, 2004
94: new post   Patch Issued for IE Vulnerabilities
"...fixes for three major security flaws related to its Internet Explorer browser for surfing the Web..."
Feb 2, 2004
95: new post   Opera Software To Go Public
Makers of the popular Opera Browser schedule plans to go public on the Oslo stock exchange.
Feb 9, 2004
96: new post   Mouseover Menus - dhtml dream or usability nightmare?
Yes, they've been trendy for over a year - but do those DHTML menu systems really work for website visitors?
Feb 17, 2004
97: new post   Information Architecture for the Small Site
Information Architecture is an extremely under valued tool. A well crafted IA makes a huge difference in the success of even a small website, and any webmaster can work the magic by knowing just a few basics.
Apr 7, 2004
98: new post   Information Architecture for the Small Site
Information Architecture is an extremely under valued tool. A well crafted IA makes a huge difference in the success of even a small website, and any webmaster can work the magic by knowing just a few basics.
Apr 13, 2004
99: new post   Testing a website in many browsers
We want to create sites that almost anyone can view - but the many variations of browser and OS make it a challenge. What are the options?
Apr 28, 2004
100: new post   Information Architecture for the Small Site - part 2
A well crafted IA makes a huge difference in the success of even a small website. Part Two of this article takes us into the land of menu labels and a new kind of card sort.
Apr 29, 2004
101: new post   Opera 7.5 Released
With little fanfare, Opera finally gets it right. There just isn't a browser on the market today that can stand feature-for-feature with Opera. You owe it to yourself to kick the tires again.
May 13, 2004
102: new post   Microsoft Paid Opera $12million To Head Off Law Suit On Access Denial
"Microsoft agreed to pay Norway's Opera Software $12.75m to head off a threatened lawsuit over code that made some Web pages on MSN look bad in certain versions of Opera's Web browser, ZDNet UK sister site CNET News.com has learned."
May 24, 2004
103: new post   Quirks mode - what it is!
This is one of the most important "new" factors that a web page creator needs to understand - at least a little bit. Solid references to major browser autorities are included.
May 28, 2004
104: new post   Quirks Mode - what it is and how to deal with it
Web designers are testing their work in more recent browsers and seeing shocking results. If you don't know about Quirks Mode vs. Standards Mode yet, it's probably time to get up to speed.
May 30, 2004
105: new post   Speeding Up FireFox
A few tweaks to squeeze some more speed out of FireFox.
June 6, 2004
106: new post   Firefox Stamps Out 0.9 Final
The leaner version of Mozilla hits the streets.
June 15, 2004
107: new post   Long-in-Tooth IE6 May Get Makeover Before Longhorn
"Some analysts believe the appointment means that the much criticised browser will get a polish before Longhorn is released and IE's importance begins to fade."
June 22, 2004
108: 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
109: 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
110: new post   How is non-English alphabet created in web pages?
Solid reference for dealing with world-wide character sets on web pages.
July 6, 2004
111: 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
112: new post   WinXP SP2 Changes Will Affect Many Web Page Displays
If you use automatically launched downloads, ActiveX, automatic popup windows, Java, modal windows, or window JS functions, then read on because the new Service Pack 2 for XP will affect you.
July 9, 2004
113: new post   Microsoft's Slate Magazine, Recommends FireFox: Browser Wars Heating Up Again
In one of the more bizarre footnotes of the browser wars comes this delicious little ironic entry from Microsoft's Slate Magazine: "it was enough to make me ditch Explorer in favor of the much less vulnerable Firefox browser"
July 11, 2004
114: new post   ZDNet Calls 2004 The Internet Explorer Year of Shame
"Small businesses should be seriously looking at alternatives because they are less likely to be able to maintain very good security around the browser with vulnerability management. Smaller businesses should seriously be looking at changing browsers,"
July 12, 2004
115: new post   Up to 5 Patches Out for IE and Windows
Microsoft issues five updates to Windows components, IE, and Outlook to address up to 9 new problems found yesterday.
July 13, 2004
116: new post   Keep Your Site Validated Using RSS
A simple site validation monitor system via simple rss.
July 14, 2004
117: new post   The Second Browser War
"By wrenching control of the standards for building [web-based] applications away from Microsoft today, rivals hope they can prevent another near decade of Windows domination. Microsoft, for its part, is not going to go down without a fight."
July 24, 2004
118: new post   Mastery, Mystery and Misery of the User Interface
Jakob serves up a classic analogy to describe the current state of UI design.
Sept 1, 2004
119: new post   Page Validation and Search Engines
Valid mark-up and well structured html documents. Is there a practical value here, or is it just a geek's obsession?
Sept 19, 2004
120: new post   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
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