WordPress 2.5 Released!

Codenamed “Brecker”, is a milestone release with a tone of improvements. They have totally revamped the Admin area. It looks much slicker now and the publishing process feels much more pleasant, it wasn’t even bad before! But it has improved ten-folds with more Web 2.0 goodness. I’m especially excited about the new stuff they have […]

CSS Diagnostics

What is CSS diagnostics? It’s a method of applying styles to elements in your markup to catch standards compliance issues. A way of ensuring you don’t leave any serious accessibility holes and a visual deterrent for web authors editing pages with diagnostics switched on. Here are some resources I found useful in understanding the practicality […]

Total Eclipse

As a generalist I usually have to open multiple applications just to get work done; Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks/Image Ready, VS2005 and all major browsers are but a few apps in my developer toolbox I use frequently. Having multiple desktop applications open at the same time makes ctrl-tabbing frustrating—killing productivity. Development tools are usually very memory […]

IE8: Microsoft is listening

Wow, Microsoft actually listened to the out pour of the developer community with regards to IE8′s version targeting feature. IE8′s Standards Mode will now be the default: In light of the Interoperability Principles, as well as feedback from the community, we’re choosing differently. Now, IE8 will show pages requesting “Standards” mode in IE8’s Standards mode. […]