Category Archives: Browsers

Hack for Webkit

If you want to target Webkit only, use this in your CSS: @media all and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 1){ selectors { properties: values; } } Put all your Webkit only properties and valus withing the @media at-rule block.

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Safari 5 Link selector: bug or security feature?

Safari 5 came out today. I am still testing. Safari 5 does not support all CSS selectors. While webkit (the engine behind Safari) has been supporting all CSS selectors, including all proposed CSS3 selectors for a long time now, today’s … Continue reading

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Hack for Webkit: Filter for Chrome and Safari

To target only webkit, which includes Google and Safari, encompass all the CSS that you want to use just to target Webkit in the following @media block: @media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0) { .myClass { background-color: #FF0000; } #myId {color: #0000FF;} … Continue reading

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View Source has a Posse: SXSW

If you are going to be in Austin for SXSW this weekend, make sure to come to our panel discussion: View Source Has a Posse. The “view source” functionality of browsers is near and dear to my heart, as it’s … Continue reading

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CSS3 Properties, Values & Browser Support

CSS Properties Index Below is every most CSS3 Properties, all the possible values for that property, and the support for each property value from grade-A browsers This grid does not include animation, tranforms, grids, columns, layouts or templates. I have … Continue reading

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@font-face Browser Support & Tutorial

Up to now, web developers were limited in what typography they could use on a website to what the client had installed in their environments. Now that we have finally convinced designers to not include any fonts outside of georgia, … Continue reading

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Web Development for the iPhone: HTML, CSS & JS Support

Safari and Safari for the iPhone support all HTML elements, including deprecated elements and even some proprietary elements that were never part of any W3C specifications. In addtion, Safari is supporting some HTML5 elements, even though the HTML5 specifications have … Continue reading

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Moving from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0

Moving from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0: Skills you need to know to stay relevant. Moving from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0View more from estellevw. Here is the audio.

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iPhone Screen Orientation: Portrait and Landscape

When you tilt your iPhone, the screen changes orientation. The website you developed for the default portrait orientation may not look good in landscape mode, especially if you developed your page for the 480 (h) x 320 (w) screen. In … Continue reading

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6 Firefox 3.5 updates of interest

Firefox 3.5 CSS 3 Selector Support Firefox 3.5 was released today. Like the beta version that I tested a few months ago, FF3.5 supports all CSS3 selectors. See the CSS3 Browser support grid. This is great news, and makes us … Continue reading

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