I found an article relating to @font-face css rules, read it in Firefox 3, and then decided to look at the same page in my VM instance of Firefox 3.5. The difference was staggering, and yet very slight. Firefox 3 looks very grainy and even pixelated where Firefox 3.5 looks crisp, like an Arial font should look.
So now one must wonder if Internet Explorer will try to catch up, or if we will continue to require our web developers to handicap the abilities and speed of their websites just to appease the MANY users of Microsoft’s always behind browser.
Have you ever wondered how iTunes manages all those cool effects with the iPhone App images? The neat text shadows and box shadows for images, the curved corners… I thought it was something they were using an image tool for, but the more I looked at the feeds, the more I noticed that the the […]
This is an interesting post about cross browser DOM Ready… Reinventing the wheel, cross browser DOM ready There are different techniques to have DOM ready functionality. Some techniques are faster,smarter than the other (or a combination of both). Having it working in various of browser has always been an issue, with HTML 5 they introduced […]
I have had an outstanding bug in my queue for the placement of the SpryTooltip in the Safari browser. It is something that I didn’t have a whole lot of time to invest in, but am finally getting back around to. The fix, so simple it’s astounding, but tracing back to find it was a […]