Tag: Firefox

Comparing Safari 3.1 and Firefox 3 Beta 4

I took a week to give Safari 3.1 a fair shot for Web development, here are my results.

Posted: March 24, 2008

Apple Rekindling the Browser War or Trying to Help?

What struck me about WWDC07 this year was the announcement regarding Apple making Safari available on the Windows platform. I had always wondered if that would ever happen, especially after the establishment of The WebKit Open Source Project, but honestly didn’t expect it at this point in time.

Posted: June 18, 2007

When Readers Choose to Use Their Own Style

User style sheets can sometimes interfere with author CSS. Most commonly, users don’t create their own style sheet due to the requirement of a working CSS knowledge. Automated scripts adding custom style sheets for users changes things up a bit, however.

Posted: March 26, 2007

Site Testing with Text Based Browsers

I can’t stress enough how important it is to keep tabs on yourself by properly testing your site in various environments. Cross platform, cross browser, and also just as important: cross technology. Many times, developers feel that if their disable the style of the document and see it naked. Another method I use on any […]

Posted: December 18, 2006

The Best Browser Extensions for Web Development

The Web Developer Extension and Firebug extension have proved to be most valuable to me when developing for the Web. Here’s an account of the features I find myself using every day in hopes that I can pass some information along to those who may not make use of these features.

Posted: December 11, 2006

Keeping Everything Tidy

As a developer, you should realize the importance of writing valid markup at all times. This gives your projects a solid base to work from and helps to ensure document longevity. A question that has been on my mind for some time is whether or not other developers feel the same way. When on the […]

Posted: June 05, 2006