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13/01/2014

alrra/browser-logos · GitHub

https://github.com/alrra/browser-logos#readme

07/09/2011

Help The Community: Report Browser Bugs – Smashing Magazine

http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2011/09/07/help-the-community-report-browser-bugs/comment-page-1/

29/08/2011

Conditional stylesheets vs CSS hacks? Answer: Neither! « Paul Irish

http://paulirish.com/2008/conditional-stylesheets-vs-css-hacks-answer-neither/

08/07/2011

HTML5 Parsing in IE10 – IEBlog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2011/07/06/html5-parsing-in-ie10.aspx

30/03/2011

Dave Martorana | MultiFirefox 2.2

MultiFirefox is a small launcher utility that allows you to run multiple versions of Firefox side-by-side.  It helps you set up multiple profiles (one or more for each version of Firefox), remembers your last launch preferences for easy launching, has auto-updating built in for when we make improvements, and is 100% open source, MIT licensed.

Dave Martorana | MultiFirefox 2.2

23/03/2011

HTML5 for Windows XP – Upgrade from Internet Explorer

This is a call to arms to make Windows XP users move away from Internet Explorer to help us all make the web a richer and more enjoyable place.

HTML5 for Windows XP – Upgrade from Internet Explorer

23/03/2011

Run Firefox 3 and Firefox 4 at the same time on Mac OS X | ajb{log}

It maybe because you’re not yet ready to ditch Firefox 3 yet or you need it for website testing. Either way, here’s how you run both of them at the same time:

Run Firefox 3 and Firefox 4 at the same time on Mac OS X | ajb{log}

19/03/2011

Universal Subtitles – Make subtitles, translations, and captions for almost any video.

Easily caption and translate your videos, with help from your viewers.

Universal Subtitles – Make subtitles, translations, and captions for almost any video.

14/02/2011

State Of The Browser

- London Web Standards -

State Of The Browser

03/02/2011

Browser History Timeline

Eric Meyer’s Browser Timeline

Browser History Timeline

18/11/2010

20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web

For things you’ve always wanted to know about the web but were afraid to ask, read on.

20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web

02/11/2010

Browserscope

Browserscope is a community-driven project for profiling web browsers. The goals are to foster innovation by tracking browser functionality and to be a resource for web developers.

Browserscope

20/10/2010

StatCounter Global Stats

Top 5 Browsers from Sep 09 to Sep 10

StatCounter Global Stats

29/06/2010

Cross-browser kerning-pairs & ligatures

Improved handling of kerning pairs and ligatures in modern browsers using the text-rendering: optimizeLegibility; declaration.

Cross-browser kerning-pairs & ligatures

18/05/2010

FindMeByIP

Web Designer’s Checklist, Web Designers’ Browser Support Checklist : : what browser am I using, how modern is my web browser, and what’s my IP address?

FindMeByIP

26/04/2010

The State of Web Development 2010 | Web Directions

Welcome to this detailed report from our sec­ond “State of Web Development” sur­vey of pro­fes­sional web design­ers and devel­op­ers. It includes details and analy­sis of all the responses to over 50 ques­tions cov­er­ing tech­nolo­gies, tech­niques, philoso­phies and prac­tices that today’s web pro­fes­sion­als employ.

The State of Web Development 2010 | Web Directions

22/04/2010

Web Designer’s Checklist

Web Designers’ Browser Support Checklist

Web Designer’s Checklist

14/04/2010

Everything you Know about Clearfix is Wrong | Carsonified

clearfix is a CSS technique used to contain floats with no structural markup.

Everything you Know about Clearfix is Wrong | Carsonified

14/03/2010

When can I use…

Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies

When can I use…

01/12/2009

What does browser testing mean today? | Stuff and Nonsense

some musings about what browser testing actually means today, in the face of an ever more diversified browser and device landscape.

What does browser testing mean today? | Stuff and Nonsense

30/11/2009

Color in Opera 10

— HSL, RGB and Alpha Transparency – Opera Developer Community While RGB (Red, Green, Blue) notation using percentages or integers has been around for many years, RGB itself is not only CRT-specific, but it’s rather non-intuitive. For most designers and developers, anything other than black, white and perhaps a handful of other commonly used colors are easily memorized in their RGB percentage or integer forms.

Color in Opera 10

02/11/2009

Final Builds Site – Internet Explorer Collection

Internet Explorer is a browser developed by Microsoft. Windows Internet Explorer (formerly Microsoft Internet Explorer) is based on the Trident render engine, which does not follow the W3C Web Standards. Internet Explorer Collection contains multiple IE versions, which are standalone so they can be used at the same time. Conditional Comments work exactly the same as in the native versions. The original version number is shown correcty in the User Agent string. The version number can be found in the window title too. Internet Explorer Collection also includes the Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar 1.00.2188.0. This Explorer Bar provides a variety of tools which make troubleshooting websites easier. The Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar is compatible with Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher when using Windows 2000 or higher.

Final Builds Site – Internet Explorer Collection

18/08/2009

Why browser zoom shouldn’t kill flexible layouts

All the major browsers now have zoom functions built in, which may make it seem like there’s no longer any need for liquid or elastic layouts. Not so.

Why browser zoom shouldn’t kill flexible layouts

15/07/2009

Wait till I come! » Blog Archive » Did Digg and YouTube just spell the end of Internet Explorer 6?

While this is great and I am happy about it I really doubt though that this has a massive impact. Sites like YouTube and Digg seeing a negligible number of IE6 users arriving on their site has a reason: companies that lock their people into IE6 are also companies that block social web sites.

Wait till I come! » Blog Archive » Did Digg and YouTube just spell the end of Internet Explorer 6?

18/06/2009

Opera Browser Wiki :: Custom Buttons to Drag’n'Drop into your Opera

Custom Buttons to Drag’n'Drop into your Opera

Opera Browser Wiki :: Custom Buttons to Drag’n'Drop into your Opera

04/06/2009

Ryan Parman – Flailing Wildly – Run Internet Explorer 6 (or IE7, or IE8) images in VMware Fusion on Mac OS X

By now, most front-end web developers have heard of the Standalone Internet Explorers (Wikipedia article). Although these are incredibly useful, they’ve always been hacky at best.

Ryan Parman – Flailing Wildly – Run Internet Explorer 6 (or IE7, or IE8) images in VMware Fusion on Mac OS X

14/05/2009

Learning to Love IE6

Learning to Love IE6

Learning to Love IE6

27/04/2009

IE AlphaImageLoader, Transparent PNGs & Links

IE AlphaImageLoader, Transparent PNGs & Links It’s long been known that IE6′s support for alpha-blended PNGs is non-existent. An alpha-blended PNG will not blend at all, and you’re left with a horrible grey background where your nice blending and/or transparency should be.

IE AlphaImageLoader, Transparent PNGs & Links

06/03/2009

Pushup : Pushing up the web

Pushup is an effort to push the web forward by helping users upgrade their outdated browsers. Give your users a better web experience today by installing Pushup on your domain!

Pushup : Pushing up the web

22/02/2009

QuirksBlog: To Hell With Bad Browsers — the sequel

Almost exactly eight years ago, Jeffrey Zeldman wrote To Hell With Bad Browsers, in which he implored web developers to start ignoring Netscape 4 because its standard support sucked majorly. Yesterday several large Norwegian sites placed a warning against IE6 on their pages.

QuirksBlog: To Hell With Bad Browsers — the sequel

05/02/2009

Eric’s Archived Thoughts: JavaScript Will Save Us All

Think about it: most of the browser development work these days seems to be going into JavaScript performance. Those engines are being overhauled and souped up and tuned and re-tuned to the point that performance is improving by orders of magnitude.

Eric’s Archived Thoughts: JavaScript Will Save Us All

11/03/2008

Download details: IE App Compat VHD

Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Image

Download details: IE App Compat VHD

11/03/2008

Internet Explorer 8 Readiness Toolkit

Welcome to Internet Explorer 8 Readiness Toolkit

Internet Explorer 8 Readiness Toolkit

16/02/2008

ScreenReader.net: freeware freedom for blind and Visually impaired people

Thunder is award-winning free screenreader talking software for blind and visually impaired people.

ScreenReader.net: freeware freedom for blind and Visually impaired people

13/01/2008

Multi-Safari

These special versions of Safari use the original Web Kit framework – they will mimic original Safari rendering and javascript behaviours. HTTP requests and cookies however are still handled by the system and may not work exactly the same.

Multi-Safari

11/12/2007

testing iPhone CSS

CSS3 properties tests for webkit based browsers, including the iPhone

testing iPhone CSS

29/11/2007

ies4osx [intel macs only!]

testing your websites on Internet Explorer™ has never been so easy. [intel macs only!]

ies4osx [intel macs only!]

20/10/2007

Of mastergrids, Opera 9.5 hacks and SVG equation editors

Of mastergrids, Opera 9.5 hacks and SVG equation editors

Of mastergrids, Opera 9.5 hacks and SVG equation editors

20/10/2007

Fuzzy Specificity Hack

Fuzzy Specificity Hack – targets Operas less than 8 and all versions of Explorer

Fuzzy Specificity Hack

27/09/2007

Firefox Add-ons

Add-ons are small pieces of software that can add new features or tiny tweaks to your Firefox

Firefox Add-ons