Apple is committed to using HTML5, and it even has a link to Steve Jobs explanation of why Apple’s products, especially the iPhone and iPad, no longer support Flash.
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HTML5 has a number of important features. One is the ability to embed audio and video directly into a Web page without relying on Adobe Systems’ Flash Player plug-in.
Now, you can make modifications to your Opera browser by downloading files or copying code into the browser. Opera gives users the ability to modify its behaviour as well as the behaviour of the websites you visit.
With high speed internet and broadband widely available these days, web designers don’t have to worry half as much as they used to when designing sites. Even the most basic […]
The idea behind all of this is multiprocessor design. Multiprocess designs seem to be accelerating throughout the browser industry. One way is by moving plug-ins, such as Adobe Flash, to a separate process. This can reduce the severity of crashes by isolating the problem.
One of the big problems with the world’s “best browsing experience” on Apple’s new iPad is the complete absence of Adobe Flash support. Shailpik Biswas wrote about this specific point […]
Designers and developers scrutinize others’ webpages and programs, looking for positive points which they can incorporate into their projects as well. Often they find the dimensions of a particular banner, […]
WordPress bloggers rejoice! RocketTheme, designers of the world’s best looking Joomla! and phpBB3 templates has launched their WordPress Theme Club with a handful of WordPress offerings ported over from their […]
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There are a lot of good reasons to have valid markup on your web sites. In theory, if you use standards compliant code, then your standards compliant web site will […]
Do you cloak? I wouldn’t touch that thing with a ten foot pole. In a nutshell, cloaking is that blackhat technique whereby sneaky software generates two kinds of webpages on […]
…or, why it’s better to stick with the devil you know.
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