I’m pretty sure that reading YouTube comments actually gives you cancer. At the very least, it will cause you to seriously question your faith in humanity. Thankfully, TannerStoke has the answer.
So I tried out RockMelt earlier this week, not because I feel that we need another web browser out in the wild, but because this is what I do for a living, it’s important for me to know what’s going on, and more specifically, if it’s going to break my
Cross-browser testing is one of those aspects of web development that no one really likes, but everyone has to do. It’s gotten better, don’t get me wrong. As browsers have slowly crawled (some more slowly than others *cough*IE*cough*) towards achieving standards compliance, the differences between browsers has become far less
If you use the Firefox add-on ErrorZilla, which conveniently displays additional options (Try Again, Google Cache, Coralize, Wayback, Ping, Trace, and Whois buttons) when Firefox hits an error page, you may notice something frustrating happening in Firefox 3.
Those of you who have upgraded to Firefox 3 may be feeling the loss of Google Browser Sync, Google’s free Firefox addon that previously allowed you to sync bookmarks, stored password, cookies and more across multiple computers. For folks like me, who work on multiple computers throughout the course of
Excellent (and long) article here that covers most of the frequently-asked-for tweaks and hacks to about:config in Firefox. I had originally found it while trying to remember how to tweak my Firefox so that when I type in a keyword string into the address bar, it would send me to