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Testing, testing, and more testing. Developers want to know their product will work well and be able to handle the heavy traffic of a successful launch. At the very least, you need this info by the time your project is ready to go live. This makes for a long process of testing your site. Before completion, websites […]
Does this scenario sound familiar? You worked long and hard to gain the reputation as a dependable and respectable developer. Business is going pretty well; work is coming in. You should be feeling happy, but instead you’re overwhelmed by all the little stuff you never intended to drain your time. Answering emails, writing contracts…ah, the […]
As we have already mentioned in an older post there currently is a discussion going on if Safari will be the new Internet Explorer dragging the web down with less new features and slow development. I would think that this discussion is besides the point as long as we still have the real Internet Explorer around! […]
Update: Since we posted this Microsoft has released the next version of the Edge browser scoring 453 on HTM5test.com. Recently there was (and still is) a discussion the web professionals community if Safari is the new IE and whether Apple is doing the right thing by focusing on the user of if they are holding back the […]
With the release of Windows 10 Microsoft has discontinued Internet Explorer in favor for their new browser Microsoft Edge. Still sometimes it is necessary to use an older version of Internet Explorer for one task or the other. But how is it possible to run an older version of Internet Explorer without switching to an […]
Nothing puts a web developer in a bad mood faster than an angry email from a designer. The one telling you, “It doesn’t follow my Photoshop PSD design perfectly…why does it look different in IE? I wanted pixel perfect.” Pixel perfect. A polarizing term in the front-end community. Some complain the term is outdated. Others demand it changed […]
Context Menu is the method of defining a toolbar menu, a context menu or a list of (interactive) options using the menu element. Browser Support Sadly this feature is currently not supported by any browser. Code Example You can use Context Menu like this: More Information More information can be found here.
Dialog is the method of easily creating custom dialog boxes to display to the user with modal or non-modal options. also includes a `::backdrop` pseudo-element for behind the element. Browser Support This feature is currently only supported by Chrome and Opera. Code Example You can use Dialog like this: More Information More information can be […]