In the “Opera China and Web Standards” conversation, the following information was revealed:
“Our CTO, Håkon Wium Lie, is the co-founder of CSS, and we are the first browser to fully support SVG”
What is SVG?
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a new graphics file format and Web development language based on XML. Continue Reading
The latest Firefox 3.1 Beta nightly build now includes private browsing mode (Tools > Private Browsing) which was dropped before Firefox 3.0 Final release.
This feature will allow you to surf the web anonymously. Once you return to a normal browsing mode, it will automatically delete all tracking data such as: cookies, cache, history, saved passwords, etc. Continue Reading
An open source and royalty-free lossy video compression technology Theora 1.0 will be integrated to the next Firefox (already in Firefox 3.1 beta) and Opera browser releases.
Theora is a video codec with a small CPU footprint that offers easy portability and requires no patent royalties. Continue Reading
If you are running a WordPress blog or any other one, this Firefox add-ons list might be able to save your time and help you to increase your blogging experience.
25 Must Have Firefox Plugins for Bloggers
These 25 Firefox plugins will increase your productivity, and make you a better blogger
The following twelve FireFox extensions will give you a head start on turning FireFox into your own personal blogging toolbox
Just noticed this one. I wonder if it’s really worth to promote a not fully working product (beta), once you click on a link, it opens new page where you can download it (says nothing about a “beta” status).
Was a final version released some time ago and I missed it?
Just to let you know (if you haven’t read it already), Opera Mini 4.2 Beta will be ready till the end of this year. No other details are known (yet).
Not so long to wait.
It’s often hard to find a good looking theme, takes too much time and sometimes you just end up with nothing.
Well, here are 2 great Firefox 3 dark themes for you to check
And it won’t be released (yet). As in the interview with one of the Opera guys it was said:
Opera’s engineers have developed a version of Opera Mini that can run on an Apple iPhone, but Apple won’t let the company release it because it competes with Apple’s own Safari browser.
Oh Come On!
Thanks to haavard for the source.