New and updated Web browsers are released frequently, and I try to keep track of them all. This category contains articles that mention browser news, features, bugs, plug-ins, extensions, bookmarklets, and similar.
Browsers claiming to support HTML 5 are required to treat all text/html content according to the HTML 5 specification.
The Page Zoom feature has led to people thinking that IE 7 lets the user resize text sized in pixels or absolute units. It does not.
Safari gets support for multi-column layout and the text-stroke and box-shadow CSS properties.
Screenshots from 8 browsers on 4 operating systems showing the effects of CSS applied to form controls.
A clever way of making the object element work as a replacement for iframe, even in Internet Explorer.
My ten most wanted bug fixes or new features in whatever becomes the next version of Internet Explorer.
A mandatory download for all Web professionals - it is packed with features so unbelievably useful you won’t know how you’ve been able to live without them.
Safari continues to increase its market share, continuously growing with over 45 percent compared to the same month last year.
If you’re having problems with print style sheets in Internet Explorer 6, check your use of CSS expressions.
In general, sites that rely on Internet Explorer’s quirks mode continue to display as intended in IE 7, while those that use too many CSS hacks have problems.
It looks like Firefox 2 has been released and is available for download.
The release version of Internet Explorer 7 is now available for download from Microsoft.
How to fix the list item whitespace bug in both Internet Explorer 6 and 7.
If current prerelease versions are anything to go by, Internet Explorer 7 is far from ready for release.
Why specifying monospace as a font-family alternative will make Safari render text smaller than other browsers.
Detailed information on what causes FOUC and the different options browsers have when they encounter remote stylesheets.
Older versions of Mozilla and Firefox for Mac OS X have a bug that sometimes makes them miscalculate line-height when no unit is used.
A Web browser for Windows based on the Apple WebKit rendering engine, which is what Safari uses.
A Firefox extension that lets you see the contents of an HTML document’s head element without viewing source.