CSS Counters: Counter-Increment and Friends

Old browsers often keep us from using the latest and greatest cause of older browser lacking support. We read about […]

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

A friend and co-worker just sent this to me. Talk about optimizing your code — nearly 9 million lines of […]

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WebKit Releases New SunSpider 1.0 Benchmark to Chart the Future of JavaScript Performance

Benchmarks are all over the place, but the interesting bit about this one is that this one is really spurred […]

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WebKit Monoculture

Nice writeup (of a writeup) on how WebKit monoculture (Chrome, Safari, Opera and their mobile counterparts, along with some other […]

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300 Million Users and Move to WebKit

It turns out that Opera is coming over to the same core that powers Chrome and Safari — WebKit. This […]

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Stick Your Landings! Position: Sticky Lands in WebKit

Everyone who’s dabbled at all in CSS is quite familiar with relative, absolute and fixed positioning. It seems though that […]

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