Category: Web Developing

Web Browsers Compatibility – CSS Selectors

By | March 28, 2008 | 1 Comment

Site looks different in Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Safari, OperaYour 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

Opera Dragonfly Update

By | March 20, 2008 | 5 Comments

Opera DragonflyMore news about Opera Dragonfly… It looks like the web page was updated (hidden comment is now removed as well). New Opera Dragonfly web page now offers an opportunity to subscribe into Opera’s products mailing list, got some “sneaky” stuff as well as the following text: Continue Reading

Opera Dragonfly, No News for You

By | March 19, 2008 | 8 Comments

Some time ago David Storey wrote an article on his blog about “a mysterious project” called “Opera Dragonfly”. Although he said that “We’ll likely have more to say about it at SxSW in Austin Texas.”, we haven’t heard anything yet (at least I haven’t). What about you? Looks like they’ve just decided not to release any more details yet…

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Opera Dragonfly? Update? We Know Your Little Secret

By | March 3, 2008 | 15 Comments

Opera Dragonfly? Update? We Know Your Little SecretI think this wasn’t included right after Opera Dragonfly announce (although not really remember). From source:

“it surged forth with speed and grace, devouring all before it. The landscape left behind it was perfect, calm, free of defect. Such a gift with powers unfortold…” Continue Reading

Opera Dragonfly. The Next Big Thing?

By | February 26, 2008 | 3 Comments

Opera DragonflyDavid Storey from Opera team recently blogged about something called “Opera Dragonfly”. While no one knows what it is, Opera team keeps teasing everyone (like they always do). Here’s a quote from David Storey blog post:

So what exactly is Opera Dragonfly? I won’t say quite yet, but I do think that, in my opinion, it is the most important project we have on going at the moment, and probably since I’ve been at the company. It won’t directly affect everybody, but will hopefully become invaluable for those that it does. We’ll likely have more to say about it at SxSW in Austin Texas.

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What Happens When You Have Low Market Share?

By | September 27, 2007 | 5 Comments

MSN Team just updated their video.msn.com home page. And here’s what happens when you are using Opera.

MSN, Ooops

So what happens when you have low market share? They “accidentally” forget you.

Of course, you can click “Continue to MSN Video” and continue surfing, at least they allow you to do that.

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Opera Developer Tools FAQ

By | September 11, 2007 | 1 Comment

Opera Developer ToolsIf you have no idea what is Opera Developer Tools, please check this page or just continue reading.

These developer tools have been used by Web Application developers at Opera Software for some time. The tools are early previews, and should be considered alpha quality software. They are provided below in the form of buttons that can be dragged to any Opera toolbar. The tools are provided on an as-is basis.

Now you may check Opera Developer Tools FAQ by David Storey here.

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BrowserShots.org And Opera (Part II)

By | July 7, 2007 | 0 Comments

Yesterday I’ve posted an article “BrowserShots.org Removes Opera?” and would like to update you.

Johann from BrowsherShots.org explained, that they haven’t removed Opera from the website, it’s just because not all the screenshot making machines (with different operating systems and browsers) working all the time.

Thanks Johann.

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BrowserShots.org Removes Opera?

By | July 6, 2007 | 0 Comments

Today I was taking some screenshots using BrowserShots.org (read more about it here) and noticed that they have added some extra browsers BUT removed Opera 9.21.

Current list looks like this:

Firebird 0.6
Firebird 0.7
Firefox 1.0
Firefox 1.5
Firefox 2.0
Firefox 3.0
Flock 0.7
Iceweasel 2.0
Konqueror 3.5
Mozilla 1.0
Mozilla 1.1
Mozilla 1.2
Mozilla 1.3
Mozilla 1.4
Mozilla 1.5
Mozilla 1.6
Mozilla 1.7
Navigator 4.8
Phoenix 0.1
Phoenix 0.2
Phoenix 0.3
Phoenix 0.4
Phoenix 0.5
SeaMonkey 1.0
SeaMonkey 1.1
Firefox 1.5
Firefox 2.0
MSIE 5.0
MSIE 5.5
MSIE 6.0
MSIE 7.0
Firefox 2.0
Safari 2.0

I wonder if they are just upgrading script or removed for some unknown reasons.

Short Information for Web Developers

By | June 20, 2007 | 0 Comments

If you are developing a web site, you should already know that the more web browsers renders it correctly, better it is for you and your visitors.

I would like to suggest a tool/site called BrowserShots.org.

If you don’t want to install every web browser in your computer, buy Mac and/or PC this site will help you a lot.

So what does it do? It takes a screenshot of your web and shows how each web browser renderds it. You can select screen resolution, color depth, JavaScript, Java, Macromedia Flash, media plugins and web browsers which includes:

Mac:

  • Firefox 2.0
  • Safari 1.3
  • Safari 2.0
  • Safari 3.0

Linux:

  • Firefox 2.0
  • Iceweasel 2.0
  • Konqueror 3.5
  • Opera 9.21

Windows:

  • Firefox 1.5
  • Firefox 2.0
  • MSIE 5.0
  • MSIE 5.5
  • MSIE 6.0
  • MSIE 7.0

I hope this will help you to develope web browsers friendly web pages. Good luck.

I’ve checked FavBrowser.com and after removed YouTube video (which cause some problems with Firefox 2.0.0.3 on Linux), seems that it renders correctly in every web browser.

Now you can make web browser friendly pages. Good Luck.