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.
The makers of Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Konqueror have agreed to implement a common set of security features in their browsers.
Being able to browse the web with a Nokia 6680 3G phone is very convenient and really makes you appreciate accessible websites that are based on web standards.
A valid way of using conditional comments to hide something from Internet Explorer for Windows.
Camino, a Mozilla-based web browser for Mac OS X, is getting close to version 1.0. And it is really good.
Results of usability studies on tabbed browsing as implemented in Firefox, along with some suggestions for improvement.
The RSS platform in Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Vista will only support feeds that are well-formed XML.
Apple Safari is the first officially released browser to pass the Acid2 browser test. Safari 2.0.2 also seems to fix the FOUC problem.
How can we help Mac OS X users understand that there are many better web browsers available?
Yet another web browser. Flock is based on Mozilla and has some new and interesting features.
Whether you are using CSS hacks or conditional comments, keep an eye on what happens when IE7 is released.
Has Firefox spread as far as it is going to spread? If so, why, and does it matter?
Dissection of bugs that can occur with oversized content in Internet Explorer for Windows.
Still using CSS hacks for Internet Explorer? Kick the habit now or you’ll be sorry.
Nightlies of WebKit/Safari are now available as binary downloads straight from Apple.
No more banners, no more licensing fee. Just a good browser.
How to use generated content in CSS to insert a check mark symbol after visited links.
Internet Explorer and Safari have similar problems with in-page keyboard navigation.
The Web Developer Toolbar can help you perform some manual accessibility checks.
Great news from the IE Blog. Now where’s the Mac version?
Recommendations on mobile/cell phones that can be used to connect to the Internet and browse the web.