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.
Apple’s WebKit team are proposing methods for providing people who use high DPI screens with more detailed images.
A plugin which uses Tidy to automatically validate the HTML of every page you open in Safari.
Dave Shea on the history and future of CSS hacks and filters, and how to best deal with browser discrepancies in the future.
Microsoft’s new Internet Explorer 7 web browser is much improved, but many web professionals are far from enthusiastic about it. Here’s why.
Which method does the IE Team recommend that web professionals use to test their work in both IE 6 and IE 7?
Google’s homepage is now featuring an ad for Firefox with Google Toolbar that is only displayed to Internet Explorer users.
In the latest builds of WebKit, single line text inputs can be heavily styled with CSS. Use with care.
The X-Ray Firefox extension enables you to see the markup of a page without viewing source.
Internet Explorer 7 is now layout complete, meaning that no new CSS features will be added, only bug fixes.
The latest nightly builds of Safari have built-in SVG support, including text rendering.
Web professionals should be able to specify font size in pixels, but if we do, Internet Explorer users will not be able to change the text size.
A few people from the team behind Nokia’s new web browser for S60 mobile phones talk about the project and share some screenshots of the browser in action.
Available in WebKit nightly builds, the Web Inspector you browse the DOM of the current document and inspect the properties of any element.
The Star html Selector Bug will be fixed in Internet Explorer 7. Will it affect web developers who have exploited the bug to target specific CSS rules at IE?
Version 1.0 of the indispensable extension for Firefox, Flock, and Mozilla has many new features and bug fixes.
There are rumours going around that say Microsoft or Google are about to buy Opera Software.
Microsoft will end support for IE/Mac on December 31, 2005, and as of 31 January, 2006, it will no longer be available for download. Good riddance.
Version 1.5 of Mozilla Corporation’s Firefox web browser has been released. Go download it now.