- caphun on Angular gotcha: ng-app=”myApp” (named applications)
- Melvina on Angular gotcha: ng-app=”myApp” (named applications)
- pacotole on jQuery: Textarea maxlength
- mani on How to get Fancybox 1.3.1 to stay put!
Wow, it’s been a year already? Time certainly flies when you’re having fun! It seems the Google Chrome team have been hard at work! They’ve finally made a version of Google Chrome for Mac and Linux which you could download from the Dev channel. Had a quick test and found Print and Application shortcuts haven’t […]
Niall Kennedy tells us the story behind Google Chrome. A fascinating read and interesting karma behind staff hires and acquisitions that made Chrome possible. Whether by chance or calculation it is a Win win situation for all of us!
As you may have heard Google Chrome (Chrome) went live yesterday. The Chrome team also released a comic explaining some of the innovations and ideas around Chrome. After installing Chrome the first impression I got was it’s a very slim-line and compact browser. The UI reflects this totally. There isn’t the usual File menu above […]
Andy Clarke, the author of Transcending CSS, started an interesting discussion on CSS Browser Testing Order. It’s surprising how we more or less test in the same order. I place Windows XP first though as I’m primarily a windows user and my clients are usually on Windows too.My CSS browser testing order Firefox / Opera […]
I have more than often had to fire-up IE6 out from the “un-loved” software repository to get kicked right back in the face with weird CSS bugs. I believe those reading this must be aware of at least one CSS quirk in the IE6 browser. For example, the PNG Alpha Transparency bug, fixed by Microsoft’s […]