I really liked Internet Explorer 7 and love Internet Explorer 8 (yes you Firefox lovers, I love FF as well ). But, being a web designer since mid 2000, I’ve had the opportunity to design several sites for several browsers and it has always been a pain to support them all. One really really really really painful browser is the infamous Internet Explorer 6.
Design and Development
Early this morning, I released Top 10 – A Page Counter and Popular Posts plugin for WordPress. I detailed my experience while designing this plugin. The major problem that I faced while working with this plugin was with WP Super Cache.
There are plenty of articles out there written by great CSS masters that will tell you about whatâ€™s, why’s and whoâ€™s of CSS. So if you want an in-depth analysis of CSS you’d better off reading an article by Eric Meyer or by some of the other CSS greats out there. This article is about bringing you up to speed with CSS 3 and how it makes the life of an average graphic designer who has to deal with css on a daily basis, easier.
A few years ago, I faced a major problem with uploading and downloading files via FTP. My internet connection blocked a lot of ports, FTP among them and switching ISPs wasn’t an option. It was an extremely frustrating situation, until I stumbled upon net2ftp.
Jennifer of JenSense.com has written a detailed article explaining some of the common mistakes that website owners commit when integrating Google Adsense in their sites. She’s covered the following problems: Clicking on your own ads Creative attractions around your ads Asking users to click on your ads Using code to modify the size of the ads Drop down navigation covering your ads?
I’ve been using Windows Live Writer to write posts for several months now. This has primarily been for my blog posts at Weblog Tools Collection. I decided to start using WLW for Techtites and AjayDSouza.
When writing HTML code, it is easy to make mistakes. Tidy is able to fix up a wide range of problems and to bring to your attention things that you need to work on yourself. Each item found is listed with the line number and column so that you can see where the problem lies in your markup.
I’m a big fan of tiny utilities that are designed for one purpose to do what they promise to do without eating up a tonne of your bandwidth to download and use. Color Archiver is one such utility. Developed by Priya Ranjan, Color Archiver allows you to pick and save colors and thereby create a color palette.