Most people don’t think of Microsoft as an Internet browser provider. In fact, when they do think of Microsoft, they think of Windows XP, Windows Vista, and the new Windows 7. So I am here to tell you that Microsoft is hard at work on their new browser, conveniently named Internet Explorer 9. A recent [...]View Post
I can guarantee I am not the only web designer happy about this one. There has been news on the internet floating around about the death of Internet Explorer 6 within the past month. Google is showing support by joining the anti-Internet Explorer 6 campaign that basically states Google will not be supporting the nine [...]View Post Explorer, google, Google Reader, Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 6
So this is definitely the absolute most annoying part of being a web designer. Checking your designs to be compatible with different web browsers. Most people today use different web browsers on all types of platforms, whether its Windows, Macintosh, the iPad/iPhone or even your cell phone, compatibility is king. You would think that when [...]View Post Adobe Technology, BrowserLab, BrowserShots, compatibility, Internet Explorer
Yes, there are still people who prefer to use Internet Explorer 6. If you do use this browser, please email me so I can….uhh…provide you with a “special link” to update your computer…lol…. Seriously though, here are some bugs that will help you get over your Internet Explorer Icon blue’s…. The Box Model This is [...]View Post bugs, div, element, Explorer, IE bugs
Internet Explorer sucks, but lets face it, people still use it! Why, because its the only browser they know. If you are reading this, chances are you have a client who insists on not upgrading their Internet Explorer browser, or they insist on having compatibility with a 12 year old browser (Internet Explorer 6) The [...]View Post conditional stylesheet ie8 bugs, CSS, Explorer, good website design internet explorer 5, how to create ie only site
It’s an unfortunate fact that Internet Explorer 6 will always incorrectly expand any dimensionally restricted block element so that oversize content is unable to overflow, as the specs require that content to do. IE7 has fixed this issue and does not wrongly expand boxes such boxes, instead allowing the overflow property to operate as intended [...]View Post behavior, correct behavior, cquinn email loc:us, dreamweaver expanding box problem, dreamweaver expanding box problem ie6
When we create websites we want everyone to be able to view them. However, thats not always the case, and because there are so many browsers available today, how can we know if our designs work on every single browser? Someone using an older browser like Internet Explorer 6.0 or Mozilla Firefox 2.0 will see [...]View Post blog campaign, click, Explorer, Internet Explorer, monitor
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