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The cross-browser compatibility guide – CSS rules across browsers

  •  3-27-2012

Welcome to the third part of the cross-browser compatibility guide. You can find the directory here. CSS rules across browsers CSS 2 and 3 know many style rules which you can use to separate the styling and markup of your website. Unfortunately, not every rule can be recognized in every browser. So again we’ll need some […]

Mar Fri

The cross-browser compatibility guide – CSS selectors browser support

  •  3-16-2012

Welcome to the third part of the cross-browser compatibility guide. You can find the directory here. CSS selectors browser support In this post I would like to show which CSS selectors are supported in the different browsers. CSS 2 Selectors Today all current versions of major browser support every CSS 2 Selector. But if you want […]

Mar Mon

The BrowseEmAll iPhone simulator

  •  3-12-2012

How do you test your website or web application on the iPhone? Especially if you don’t own one or your don’t want to deploy your website to an actual webserver. There are different iPhone simulators out threre, like iphone4simulator.com or www.testiphone.com. But the results of these are rather poor and sometimes misleading. Today I would like to show […]

Mar Fri

The cross-browser compatibility guide – Which HTML-Tags to avoid

  •  3-9-2012

Welcome to the second part of the cross-browser compatibility guide. You can find the directory here. Which HTML-Tags to avoid In this post I would like to point out some (valid) HTML-Tags to avoid while building a cross-browser web site or web application. HTML 4 Every major browser supports all necessary HTML 4 Tags. Only developers […]

Mar Mon

The cross-browser compatibility guide – How to choose the right DOCTYPE

  •  3-5-2012

Welcome to the first part of the cross-browser compatibility guide. You can find the directory here. The DOCTYPE comes first The first element in every of your HTML pages should always be the DOCTYPE declaration. There are various DOCTYPES out there, but most of them are obsolete today. An example of the current HTML5 DOCTPYE: […]