Web Design and Development
Flash is used across the internet to achieve many great effects. Unfortunately, not everything that you want to achieve — such as div overlays — is cross-browser compatible. In this article, we address how Safari treats transparent flash elements using the wmode parameter.Read Article
Recently, we ran into a problem which caused text to disappear on two browsers. The culprit? Non-standard fonts.
In this article, we discuss the problem and give alternatives for using fonts which are not widely supported.Read Article
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has enjoyed many years of near dominance. Current statistics report that nearly 73% of web surfers use the browser. But things are rapidly changing. Although Internet Explorer still remains popular, usage has steadily decreased during these last few years.
What is the reason for the steady decline? Mozilla Firefox. In only a few years, Firefox has become the second most popular browser, used by almost 20% of web surfers.
In this article, we discuss how Internet Explorer has maintained such great popularity among web surfers, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using Firefox.Read Article
Believe it or not, all web browsers do not behave the same way. And depending on how a website is coded, it might look differently in each browser. Clearly, this can be quite problematic; broken sites often look unprofessional. So how can you determine whether your website looks the same across all browsers?
In this article, we suggest tools that can be used to view your site in multiple browsers, as well as quick fixes for some of the most common cross-browser compatibility issues.Read Article