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81: new post   Project File Structures - Smart URIs
"Choosing a URI structure with server-side technology independence and ease of maintainability"
July 26, 2007
82: new post   The W3C HTML Validator is Broken
"What really irks me about this is that even if the validator says that the code is syntactically valid, in real life it is not. XHTML sent as text/html is the exact same thing as invalid HTML."
July 18, 2007
83: 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
84: new post   W3C adopts HTML 5
"The W3C will develop and release a new version of HTML which will be called HTML 5."
May 10, 2007
85: 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
86: new post   Mozilla to Experiment With Social Networking In The Browser
"Enter "The Coop", a Mozilla Labs project to experiment with adding social tools to the web browser."
Apr 4, 2007
87: new post   W3C Sets New Version of HTML in Motion
"W3C has announced the formation of a Working Group of content designers and browser and application developers to put together a specification for a new version of HTML."
Mar 8, 2007
88: new post   Mac OS X flaw affects Safari surfers
The "open safe files on download" vulnerability affects the most recent version of Apple's OS X operating system (10.4.8) and, possibly, previous versions as well.
Mar 3, 2007
89: new post   Internet Explorer Unsafe for 284 Days in 2006
"284 days vulnerable...[and] there were at least 98 days last year in which no software fixes from Microsoft were available to fix IE flaws that criminals were actively using to steal personal and financial data from users."
Jan 17, 2007
90: new post   Outlook 2007 Now Using MS Word Rendering Engine
This could limit your HTML emails - Word 2007 only supports a subset of both HTML and CSS.
Jan 11, 2007
91: new post   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
92: new post   Phishing Filters and User Privacy - Browsers That "Phone Home"
The latest "must-have" browser feature seems to be anti-phishing technology. In order to perform this service, some browsers send your surfing information to the home company.
Nov 6, 2006
93: new post   IE7 Added to Automatic Update
Early report indicates Internet Explorer 7 is being added to Microsoft's Automatic Update, which could increase its market share quickly.
Nov 2, 2006
94: new post   Reinventing HTML - W3C to restart HTML development
"It is necessary to evolve HTML incrementally. The attempt to get the world to switch to XML, including quotes around attribute values and slashes in empty tags and namespaces all at once didn't work."
Oct 28, 2006
95: new post   IE7 Suffers First Major Security Failure - or Does It?
"The vulnerability is caused due to an error in the handling of redirections for URLs with the "mhtml:" URI handler. This can be exploited to access documents served from another web site." However, MS blames Outlook Express and not IE7
Oct 23, 2006
96: new post   Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Released
The English Language version of IE 7 has been released.
Oct 19, 2006
97: new post   "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
98: new post   Yahoo releasing IE 7 before MSN.
"I had just completed adding Yahoo messenger on my newly reformatted computer. I opened up IE 6 and this message showed up: "Yahoo! introduces the hot new look for Fall '06. Update your web browser to the new Internet Explorer 7 (BETA) optimized for Yahoo!"
Oct 6, 2006
99: new post   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
100: new post   Microsoft Build a "code zapper" for IE
"If a patch isn't available, a BrowserShield-enabled tool bar can be used to clean pages hosting malicious content."
Sept 5, 2006
101: 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
102: new post   Internet Explorer 7 Release Candidate 1 Available
"Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) Release Candidate 1 (RC1) has been designed to make everyday tasks easier, provide dynamic security protection and improve the development platform and manageability. End user improvements include a streamlined interface, tabbed browsing, printing advances, improved search functionality, instant feeds (RSS), dynamic security protection, and more. For Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 only.
Aug 25, 2006
103: new post   PNG Transparency Problems in IE
PNG is a great image format. But sometimes PNG transparency works on IE and sometimes it doesn't. Here our community takes a close look at the details.
Aug 16, 2006
104: new post   IE7 Final To Be Distributed By Windows Update
"...we will distribute IE7 as a high-priority update via Automatic Updates (AU) shortly after the final version is released for Windows XP, planned for the fourth quarter of this year."
July 26, 2006
105: new post   Internet Explorer 7 Beta 3 Available to download
June 30, 2006
106: new post   New: the real IE 7 beta 2
Ok, so Microsoft is having trouble naming things clearly. But as of this evening (April 24, 2006) we now have a new version of IE7.
Apr 25, 2006
107: new post   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
108: new post   New Google Firefox Extensions - including a 2.0 toolbar release
Google now has a hearty bunch of Firefox extensions, notably the new 2.0 toolbar released March 28. Among other features, Google integrated their anti-phishing tool into the toolbar -- previously only available as a stand-alone.
Apr 7, 2006
109: new post   What do you want to see in HTML 5?
HTML 5 could represent a revolution, where advanced controls and complex forms will become extremely useful tools. But as the specification is very much a work in progress, why not have your say?
Apr 6, 2006
110: new post   Why most of us should NOT use xhtml
"Ian Hickson, an invited expert in the W3C CSS Working Group, explains why XHTML should not be sent as text/html"
Apr 2, 2006
111: new post   Microsoft opens a public bug database for IE
"Microsoft is for the first time encouraging people to give public feedback on Internet Explorer, with the creation of a bug database for the next version of its browser, IE 7 beta."
Mar 27, 2006
112: new post   IE7 - Beta 2 now available
Microsoft made the beta 2 version of their new IE7 browser available today, for Windows XP Service Pack 2
Mar 21, 2006
113: new post   Which browsers should I use to test my pages?
"Which browsers should I use to test my Web pages?"
Mar 13, 2006
114: 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
115: new post   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
116: new post   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
117: new post   Microsoft IE7 - How Wide Is/Will The Distribution Be?
"...the new beta is out and so far it looks promising. They even seem to be interested in mindshare, and it seems they want to get things right this time. So let's step back a moment and have a look at the consequences for web developers."
Feb 15, 2006
118: new post   Opera Software Releases Browser for Nintendo DS
"In Opera's agreement with Nintendo, Nintendo DS users will now be able to surf the full Internet from their systems using the Opera browser. "
Feb 15, 2006
119: new post   Opera Software Moves Opera Browser to "Weekly Builds"
"The release of Opera 9 Preview 2 marks the start of a new tradition: The Weekly Builds. Every week until the final version of Opera 9 is ready, we intend to ship a weekly updated version of Opera 9 on this blog."
Feb 14, 2006
120: new post   It's < /p> not < br>< br>
Esoteric - Yes. Required webmaster reading - Yes.
Feb 12, 2006
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