Tag Archives: ie6

Today’s Readings

Let’s start this one off without a bang… As in, no explosion, no combustion, just air, powering a car… Not perfect, but a darned-site better than the puffs of exhaust coming out of cars, vans and trucks currently! For some … Continue reading

Cross-Browser CSS3 (yes, even in IE6 and IE7), with a Little Help from MS Filters

What is the purpose of this article? To show how you can use (some) CSS3 styles right now, across all browsers, even IE6 and IE7, without the limitations and penalties of graphic headers and graphic backgrounds. Why is this important? … Continue reading

Another Nail in the Coffin for IE6…

SXSW seems like forever ago, especially after a few days of fantastic relaxation in Puerto Rico, and so I’m still trying to mull through the 200+ posts in my Google Reader, but this one made me want to post a … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

With Unicode practically owning the web, A List Apart brings up a good question: What happens when you have a dynamic search (you know, ), and people search for words like “López” or “Lørgensen”? Well, Carlos Bueno has a really, … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The one example in the video is enough to make me think that Weave, from Mozilla Labs, could be a hugely beneficial tool to install!  Who hasn’t been out-and-about and wished they had access to something on their desktop? A … Continue reading