Category Archives: Safari

8 aug

Test Your Browsers Cookie Limitations

**, Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, Internet, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, Safari

If you are ever interested in testing your browsers cookie limitations, here is a very cool site that will do just that for yourself. Browser Max Cookies Max Size Per Cookie Max Size Per Domain1 Usage2 Chrome 4 Chrome … Continue reading

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3 apr

Google Drops Webkit and Announces Blink, Their Own Rendering Engine

*, Browsers, Chrome, Google, News, Safari

Web developers and designers get ready for even more browser fragmentation, because you’re in for a ride! Google announced today they are breaking ties with Apple’s open source Webkit rendering engine to retrofit the web with their rendering engine called … Continue reading

9 dec

Blocking Ads in Chrome, Facebook, CNN, and Others

**, Chrome, Firefox, Internet, JavaScript, Safari

Ads can get quite annoying. The web has turned into a place where impressions and click’s drive an entirely new sector of marketing tactics and campaigns in order to sell products that you might be interested in. The web provides … Continue reading

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8 dec

Demo Your iOS App Within a Web Browser

**, Apple, Browsers, Chrome, Entertainment, Firefox, Games, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Media, Mobility, OS, Safari

Developers have an awesome new way to share and test their latest iOS apps that are still in development. Simply upload your local app that you’re building in zip format to and they will provide you with a link … Continue reading

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25 jul

Apple Cheaper Mountain Lion, New Safari, What Strategy?

***, Android, Apple, Chrome, Electronics, Google, Hardware, Internet, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, Mobility, News, Safari, Windows

Today was a tough day for Apple’s stock price, which lost nearly 5% today after their earnings post. Although Apple reported solid revenue numbers, it seems that many investors are beginning to doubt future growth. Really? What is everybody talking … Continue reading

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21 jul

HTML5 Splits into Two – W3C and WHATWG

***, Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, Internet, Microsoft, News, Safari

What, WG? wth? We all know what W3C is, the Wide Web Consortium (W3C) where we go to get our final specification on what HTML and CSS are. What WHATWG really is, are the original designers of the HTML5 specification. … Continue reading

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24 may

The Current and Future Spread of Mobile Browsers

***, Android, Browsers, Chrome, Design, Firefox, Internet, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone, Mobility, Safari

Very often, I find myself in discussions about desktop browsers, which ones can we stop supporting, which ones are the most popular now, which will be the most popular in the future. Desktop browsing is always shifting, but fortunately, the … Continue reading

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13 mar

CSS3 Gradient Generators & Tools

Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, Safari

HTML5 and CSS3 are becoming more and more prevalent. Although very slowly, it’s becoming important and very nice to begin implementing HTML5 and CSS3 into your current websites to add some extra flare. Along with all of these new implementations, … Continue reading

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6 mar

The “Lingering” Browser! Internet Explorer 8

Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, Microsoft, Safari

It’s pretty incredible to watch browser warfare over the past couple of years. Internet Explorer has been the pain in the backside that has kept us web programmers up for hours on end. The reason behind this is because Microsoft … Continue reading

5 mar

Relative Protocol URL’s – http(s) safe

Chrome, Cloud Computing, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Safari

It’s pretty often that we use and see relative URL’s. They are everywhere. They help maintain portable environments and organization / maintenance of websites. What many may not hear about that often are that URL’s can also have relative protocols. … Continue reading

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