Tag: Firefox

Firefox makes a decision, removes an option

Published 4 years 11 months ago on July 2, 2013

There are two main points to talk about here, the first of which is the observation that Firefox has removed the option to disable JavaScript as of version 23. That is awesome. Naturally, the hive is upset at the decision because it takes away something people feel they have the right to control. I understand […]

Aurora 16 is out — Unprefixing time!

Published 5 years 10 months ago on July 24, 2012

Aurora 16 is out — Unprefixing time ! ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog. The Mozilla team continues to be hard at work with some fantastic updates to Firefox. While I haven’t used the browser in a number of years now, it’s great to see some attention still devoted to native developer tools, […]

Everybody hates Firefox updates

Published 5 years 10 months ago on July 9, 2012

Everybody hates Firefox updates. We haven’t talked about rapid release cycles in browsers too much lately, and I find that a bit interesting. Personally I switched to Chrome, well, I lost track of how long ago so version numbers have been a thing of the past for me. I understood it when I was seeing […]

Google Chrome Leapfrogs Internet Explorer as the Web’s Top Browser

Published 6 years 3 weeks ago on May 23, 2012

Google Chrome Leapfrogs Internet Explorer as the Web's Top Browser. This is kind of amazing. Firefox has been ubiquitous in my surroundings for years now, but we never saw a headline like this as a result. I find this fascinating because when I talk to family and friends and mention Chrome, no one is using […]

Hyphenation arrives in Firefox and Safari

Published 6 years 9 months ago on August 18, 2011

Hyphenation arrives in Firefox and Safari | Fontdeck Blog. This is good news.

Slow Performing Firefox Add-ons

Published 7 years 2 months ago on April 4, 2011

Slow Performing Add-ons :: Add-ons for Firefox. Firefox has been all over the news lately with the release of Firefox 4, the latest version of what was once my eye-opening favorite browser. Lots of browser talk focuses around performance. Every time a new browser version comes out many of the intro paragraphs for reviews mention “OMG […]

Why Firefox 4 won’t score 100 on Acid3

Published 7 years 4 months ago on January 25, 2011

Mythbusting: Why Firefox 4 won’t score 100 on Acid3 — Alexander Limi. Acid3 made waves back when being a standardisa often meant being a bit (too) zealous about validation and the like. It was often used as a solid benchmark for browser compliance, and many times I’ll still see references to a browser’s Acid3 score […]

What’s New in Firebug 1.6

Published 7 years 6 months ago on December 1, 2010

What’s New in Firebug 1.6. I’ve been using Chrome exclusively for roughly the past six months, before that it was Safari. Needless to say I’m a big WebKit fan. I didn’t become one until moving to OS X, before that I was a die hard Firefox user when I ran Linux. I remember first stumbling […]

Improving Your Process: The Browser Gauntlet

Published 9 years 3 months ago on March 9, 2009

Having an effective browser test suite for Web design should be a terribly important part of your process.

Comparing Safari 3.1 and Firefox 3 Beta 4

Published 10 years 2 months ago on March 24, 2008

I took a week to give Safari 3.1 a fair shot for Web development, here are my results.

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