Web Browsers - Designing for Browsers, Using Browsers, Statistics
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- Mobile (22)
- Internet Explorer (17)
- Browser Testing (5)
- Mozilla (18)
- Netscape (16)
- Opera (4)
- Safari (4)
- Browser Emulators (6)
- WebTV (9)
- Reviews: Web Browsers
- Browser Glossary (4)
- Browser Statistics (3)
- Chrome (4)
Browser Resource Center
Stay up-to-date with the more popular web browsers. What's the latest version of the browser, what stats are available on it, how can it be used, and more. The Web Browser Resource Center provides information that web designers need.
How to Get Your Site Name in the Favicon Area
Modern browsers now have a way to display identity information on sites that are sent through secure (https) connections. The way that some browsers display it makes some people think that the change is to the favicon, but it really isn\'t. This tutorial shows how the different browsers display site identity information and points you to some resources so that your site can have that information …
Designing Cutting Edge Web Sites
The pros and cons of using cutting edge effects on your Web sites.
Always Check Your Pages in Different Browsers
An overview of three browsers, Netscape 4, Internet Explorer 5, and Netscape 6.
Browser Specific Web Designs
Sometimes there is a good reason to write Web pages for one specific browser. But most of the time it's just not a good idea.
Browsing on the Bleeding Edge
Before you add the newest HTML technology to your site, have you thought about if you need it?
Don't Tell Your Readers What Browser to Use - Don't Expect Your Reader
Don't expect your readers to change browsers. What if they put in a DVD and the player said I'm sorry, this DVD won't play unless you have the Sony Trinitron HDTV player and 42inch receiver. Your Web page shouldn't be doing that either.
Tags for One Browser - "Browserless" Tags
There are several tags that are part of the HTML specification, but are not currently supported by any major Web browser.
Writing HTML for Specific Browsers
When you create a Web page, it's important to understand both how to write HTML to accomodate your readers, and when to choose what browsers you're going to support.
Does your favorite Web browser pass the Acid2 test? This is a test to see if the browser is standards compliant. Take it with your favorite browser, you might be surprised.
Comparison of Web Browsers
Here is a comparison chart from the Wikipedia of many if not most of the available Web browsers out there.
Lynx is a simple Web browser that reacts similarly to certain text readers. See how your page looks to a Lynx Web browser.
Netscape / Microsoft Extensions to HTML
While fairly out of date, the explanations of the tags and their use is helpful.
Text Rollovers in both Browsers from Webreference
How can you get Netscape 4.0 to change color onMouseOver? Well, Webreference has come up with a way to do it. It's not as elegant as the IE method, but it works!
Web Backward Compatibility Viewer
See how your pages will look to older or limited browsers.
What Web Browsers Do You Use - Find Out What Web Browsers Other Designers Use
Find out what web browsers other web designers use and ahare your thoughts on the browsers you use both for general web reading and for doing design work.