Posts Tagged ‘Browsers’

Safari Technology Preview

Browsers, Chrome, Safari | Posted by Keefr May 21st, 2016

Safari Technology PreviewI’ve had the tab open since late March about Apple making nightly builds of Safari. I downloaded it soon after, but have yet to explore, nor find a reason to use Apple’s Safari Technology Preview.

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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

Media Query & Asset Downloading Results

Browsers, CSS | Posted by Keefr June 28th, 2013

This is a followup to the post I made the other day, Loading Images on Demand with Pure CSS. I hadn’t had a chance to play around with it yet, but a friend and co-worker had. Turns out the Pure CSS route has some caveats to keep images from being loaded initially.

The article linked below shows some testing and the results of the different scenarios. So unless you’re targeting Opera only, there’s at least some level of hacktastic coding that has to be done to make images load on demand.

Media Query & Asset Downloading Results

Google’s Blink Team Pulls 8.8 Million Lines of WebKit Code in One Month

Browsers, Chrome, WebKit | Posted by Keefr June 26th, 2013

A friend and co-worker just sent this to me. Talk about optimizing your code — nearly 9 million lines of code should help speed things up a tad.

Google’s Blink Team Pulls 8.8 Million Lines of WebKit Code in One Month

IE 10 Specific Styles

Browsers, Internet Explorer | Posted by Keefr June 12th, 2013

I missed this, but Internet Explorer 10 removes the ability to parse out the conditional style sheets, the browser in the past has often required to get it inline with what every other browser was doing. Obviously, this hasn’t caused too much alarm because IE 10 has played catchup to the rest of the modern browsers.

I haven’t come up with a need to specifically target IE10, but the link below gives a way to do it. It would in a pinch, also allow you to target any given browser, as long as you knew and targetted its user agent string.

IE 10 Specific Styles