Firefox has become much more than a great browser that puts pressure on Microsoft to do a better job with Internet Explorer. Firefox has become a treasure chest of tools that web designers can use in their everyday web design work. A lot of this power comes into Firefox via their plug-in architecture that they call ‘add-ons’.
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ZAC Browser (Zone for Autistic Children) is a browser especially developed for Autistic Children by John LeSieur together with his company People CD Inc. John has a 6 year old Autistic Grandson who had difficulty using a normal browser and acted out aggressively against the PC. So they developed a browser that is walled off […]
What are WebSlices? In a nutshell, webslices are an IE8 specific feature that allows the web designer to tag part of a webpage as a ‘webslice’. By tagging sections of a web page, users of IE8 can then subscribe to it, much in the same way that they can subscribe to an RSS feed
Internet Explorer 8 is Microsoft’s response to the growing interest in interactive web services and rich online experiences. This is Microsoft’s second attempt to build a browser that follows standard compliant HTML and CSS. So, will designers and developers embrace this new Internet Explorer? Maybe. IE8 is becoming CSS 2.1 compliant. The beta release also […]