Archive for October, 2008

Microsoft shows off future technologies

Friday, October 31, 2008 5:12 No Comments

On the third day of Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference, Rick Rashid, senior vice president of Microsoft Research, showcased some of the projects the company is working on. Microsoft is looking at ways to make cloud computing infrastructure more power efficient and developing its Surface technology with new capabilities. A key concern is the amount of […]

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Google Chrome version 0.3.154.9 has been released.

Thursday, October 30, 2008 11:44 No Comments

Google Chrome version 0.3.154.9 has been released. You will automatically get updated in the next few days. You can open About Google Chrome (from the wrench menu) to get the update at any time. This release fixes the top issues we’ve heard about from people using the Beta release, especially with plugins (the programs that […]

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Future of CSS hacking for cross browser issues.

Thursday, October 30, 2008 11:35 No Comments

In an article at the recently launched Vitamin, Dave Shea brings up the potential dangers of using CSS hacks. Stop Hacking, or be Stopped is Dave’s first article for Vitamin, which looks like it will be a great resource for web designers, developers and entrepreneurs. In the article Dave uses the upcoming release of IE7 […]

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Hack IE by using Conditional Comments for multiple CSS

Thursday, October 30, 2008 11:10 No Comments

MSIE for Windows has for a long time had a feature named Conditional Comments that allows content to be visible only for MSIE. Use of conditional comments instead of other css hacks is simple: Create a stylesheet common for all browser, without using any hacks to work around rendering problems in MSIE. Create a stylesheet […]

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