I mean these is for people not for developers mode or something like that. HTML will never fully replace flash. It is one of four browsers that I use regularly for different websites. I only have IE on my machine b/c some sites just won't play nice with FF. have a peek at these guys
mVeliki One fifth? Brilliant! Internet has taught us to be careful of free services. Any advice? see this
Firefox still has over 20% market share, so a web site that takes hours to load on Firefox is seriously flawed. Fight the good fight and use your muscle to show the world that you can lead by embracing the new, open, agile, limber approaches to dev. HAS.
Unless you have a site which is browser-specific (such as Chrome Extensions or Mozilla add-ons), I don't think it's safe to ignore any mainstream application. Chrome Plugins I haven't heard anything since the "we're considering it" part. Versailles, Sat 11 Feb 2012 13:03:00 +0100 Anonymous Ehhh, are you for real??? Been recommending it to my friends and family - my mom is addicted to it.
Anonymous I do wish people wouldn't keep titling their articles with words like "Death of Firefox" especially when they don't even conclude it's death in the article. Ralf Brinkmann I found a list of actual in Germany blocked videos and I could watch them all, except videos which are blocked because of copyright reasons (contains material from UMG). Which I guess might be kind of embarrassing. check my blog It is supported by Mozilla (1.7.5+), Firefox, and Safari.
I reported it months ago. So i'm sitting with applications that if i upgrade my browser to IE11 will start crashing and i have no way of using a previous browser without running a virtual machine? The line break effect after a floated block element? news Oh, and a darker theme for the navigation bar would be appreciated, as an option of course.
With its super DOCTYPE switching, it managed to be backwards compatible with the broken IE5 box model, while also being super standards-compliant going forward—a trick that HTML5 is just managing to I'm back to Opera now after leaving to Chrome for about a year (still checked the developer version regularly). It also became apparent to us that what people need are not the same features that were relevant for their browsers ten years ago. The web is moving forward at a rapid pace, and MS needs a release cycle that keeps up, or they will keep playing from behind.
We've working on this. Anonymous Do you know what they mean by "more modern coding"? Good god… how much do they pay you an hour for using that? 1 million? duffy english Never had a crash message.
Could also be a phone compatibility issue. So one browser introduces a feature that IE doesn't have -- so what? That's what memory is for. I'm sure in years to come (years and years even) people will be moaning about having to support IE6.
This new beta with VPN is great and is very fast on my windows 10 laptop. The important thing is that it's not software emulation -- it's hardware emulation -- so in every important respect it's no different than having a second computer. IE7 is a different beast to IE6 - that's why Microsoft had to introduce compatibility modes. The worst case scenario is that your HTML5 elements render inline rather than block.
Anonymous I just want a fast reliable browser, which Firefox was until recently. I'll try it on Windows 10 then 🙂 Marcin Mitek No problem, go ahead 🙂 http://www.smashradio.no/ Leo Lunde The VPN works for US netflix outside of us here. It is actually a daily (sometimes hourly) struggle to find tabs to close to keep it that low. Anonymous "Having said that, I do wish Mozilla had dealt with the memory problems much earlier" That's easier said then done.
Still the paid version has some good offers , so will consider ! http://GrowMap.com Gail Gardner Will extremetech let you share the link to info on that?
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