Archive for the ‘Firefox’ Category

Resetting Styles Using ‘all: unset’ in Firefox 27

Browsers, CSS, Firefox | Posted by Keefr October 16th, 2013

Seems like this could come in handy at times. Wonder if browsers will widely support it.

Resetting Styles Using ‘all: unset’ in Firefox 27

5 Awesome New Mozilla Technologies You’ve Never Heard Of

Browsers, Firefox, JavaScript, Web Development | Posted by Keefr October 14th, 2013

Yup, never had heard of 4 out of the 5 of these. TogetherJS I’d seen referenced before, but I’ve got no experience using.

I wasn’t sure whether to post this here or over at KeeferMadness.com. It kind of straddles the two sites. But it’s overall about web technologies — Mozilla — duh!

All seem like pretty cool stuff that Mozilla seems like they should elevate the visibility on.

5 Awesome New Mozilla Technologies You’ve Never Heard Of

Notify Better.js: Creating a Dynamic Favicon and Title

Chrome, Firefox, JavaScript, jQuery | Posted by Keefr September 18th, 2013

Neat little tutorial on using a JS plugin to modify your browser’s favicon and title tag on the fly. Unfortunately though, it only works in Chrome and IE.

Notify Better.js: Creating a Dynamic Favicon and Title

Mozilla Plans H.264 Video for Desktop Firefox

Browsers, Firefox | Posted by Keefr October 25th, 2012

One of the annoying things with HTML5 over using the Flash plugin is that video and audio formats are different from browser to browser and even within browser versions. Firefox is trying to make that landscape a little easier — finally giving in and utilizing H.264 video for its desktop web browser. Woo hoo!

Mozilla Plans H.264 Video for Desktop Firefox

Apple-Like Login Form with CSS 3D Transforms

Chrome, CSS, Firefox, jQuery, Safari, WebKit | Posted by Keefr February 22nd, 2012

CSS 3D Transforms are really starting to take hold. People are really starting to dig into them, utilizing them for cool effects in their web pages and web applications. Part of this dig in is people getting time to play with and experiment with, but I think a bigger part is that what was a WebKit exclusive for quite awhile, now has Firefox support as well.

This is the second post I’ve made this week so far where someone is upping the ante with visual effects on a web page via CSS3’s transforms, with a little jQuery sprinkled in.

This one replicates the Apple login form, having the login form on one “side,” with the forgot login/password on the other side. Nice effect.

Apple-Like Login Form with CSS 3D Transforms