Test your website on multiple browsers

One of the most painful tasks of a web developer/designer is to ensure that his website is compatible with the majority of the popular browsers. Nowadays this includes Firefox 2.0 and 3.0, Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Opera, and the newest Chrome. Well, you can have firefox, IE and Chrome all on the same system, but what about multiple versions? Most people still use IE6 (they should be shame by the way)....

October 21, 2009 · 1 min · 106 words · David Amador

How To Speed Up Firefox 3

I decided to try Google Chrome today and was pleasantly surprised with it’s speed on loading pages. And I started seeing how slow my Firefox was. At first I thought that it might have something to do with the plugins I have, but then again they are very few, just Echofon, Firebug and Xmarks. So after a little digging I came up with a way to speed up Firefox 3, turn out it was all in the options =)...

October 12, 2009 · 1 min · 178 words · David Amador

-moz-opacity removed from Firefox 3.5

Well i just found out that Mozzila removed -moz-opacity from Firefox 3.5. It’s been deprecated for a long time and you can how replace it for the standard css property opacity. So something like -moz-opacity: 0.4 is now opacity: 0.4;

July 2, 2009 · 1 min · 40 words · David Amador