Posts Tagged ‘IE’

HTML 5 Tutorial – Workarounds

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Yesterday we took a look at the new HTML 5 Tags that are now in place and in preparation to get started on our HTML 5 template tutorial we will begin to get ready the document to get coding. This contains a download file with all contents describe in tutorial.

Governments Say No To IE!

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Following recent reports that China allegedly attacked Google to gain sensitive information in the form of emails of human rights activists, it has been reported that this was due to a severe security issue and weakness within IE6. It is believed that a Trojan can be planted within your computer using IE6, which then can monitor your screen and obviously gain sensitive information such as bank details.

IE6 Hacks And Fixes

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) was first released in 2001 and is still being used by approximately 20% of the world. With all the competition from Chrome, Safari and Firefox, it is outdated but developers still need to make sure their sites display correctly in IE6.

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Firefox 4 Beta

Mozilla have released the first beta version of Firefox 4. The latest version of this browser will include better support for many of the new web technologies, a new add on manager, crash protection from third party plugins and accelerated hardware support. One of the most obvious changes is that the tabs have now been moved [...]
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