Category: Web Browsers
AT&T is currently working on a Mozilla Firefox based, 3D web browser called “Pogo”. At this moment, Pogo is open for private beta testers only. So why exactly you should be interested in this web browser, when there are already dozens of them? Pogo allows you not only to surf the web, use visual tabbed browsing, but also organize your music, video and pictures.
While we’re still waiting for more details about Pogo, here’s a video for you to check: Continue Reading
Just a few days ago, Camino 1.6 Beta 3 was released. Why there’s Camino Beta 4 already? It seems that there were a few more bugs which caused often crashing. One of them appeared when user clicked SELECT and another one when opening Privacy preferences. This build fixes both of them.
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Your site looks different in Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Safari, Opera and any other web browser? If you’re a web developer, then you must know that making the web page to look exactly the same on every web browsers is a hard job to do.
Fortunately, there’s a solution to eliminate the differences in padding and margin for all web browsers. All you have to do is insert the following code into your CSS: Continue Reading
Maxthon 2.0.9 has been released and can be downloaded here. Besides various bug fixes, this update also adds few new features and improvements such as: new page search dialog, drag & drop support for Maxthon download manager, pop-up blacklist and more. Here’s a list of new features: Continue Reading
Almost 3 months after the previous 1.6 release, Camino team is proud to announce that the Camino 1.6 Beta 3 is now released. This version now requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher, got various interface improvements, tabbed browsing improvements, built in software update and much more. You may check Camino 1.6 Beta 3 release notes for more detailed information regarding this version. The major changes and improvements are: Continue Reading
While Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox 2 don’t pass Acid2 test and only their future versions will do that (Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox 3), the Acid3 test is already released. This one gives even more headaches to web browsers developers as well as some “pressure”, it’s like a mini competition. So who will pass it first?
The first OmniWeb 5.7 Beta version is now released. This build introduces various interface changes, for example: updated icons as well as fixed bugs and speed improvements. Please note that it’s not a final release, also OmniWeb is not a free web browser and works with Mac OS X only. Continue Reading
The social web browser Flock 1.1 is now released. New version now has an integrated web mail client for Yahoo! and Gmail users (see screenshot below), friend activity and Picasa integration. Although those new features looks really nice, I wasn’t been able to test them. No idea why, but Flock 1.1 just didn’t start. Here’s a complete list of changes: Continue Reading
Web browsers developers are trying to make files download process as good as possible. When Internet Explorer was launched, files download process was not so user friendly, lots of corrupted files and unstable download speed (actually, IE team haven’t changed anything yet). More and more people downloaded additional programs for faster and better files download experience. Since then, other web browsers developers learned from Internet Explorer mistakes and started to add additional features into web browsers integrated download managers. One of the most important features was an ability to resume downloads. Continue Reading