• Using Web Inspector developer tool with Safari

    Even though Safari makes a perfect platform for web development due to the strict standard policies practiced by WebKit core developers, you still can't do without developer tools on it. While Mozilla Firefox has a superb Firebug extension, WebKit has Web Inspector.

  • How to make components in Flash CS4 appear again

    If you run English Flash CS4 on a non-English system you might have noticed that Flash components installed with Adobe Extension Manager don't turn up in Components panel anymore.
  • obfuscatr 1.2.0 released

    A new version of obfuscatr email obfuscation widget introduces support for + addresses, e.g. [email protected].

  • obfuscatr 1.2.0 released

    A new version of obfuscatr email obfuscation widget introduces support for + addresses (e.g. [email protected]). Somewhat a forced update by obfuscatr users, it is still a minor update and does not add much to the latest release of 1.1.0 introduced by Flashbit precisely a year ago.

  • How to password protect DMG disk image

    Sometimes you need to share sensitive data securely. One possibility would be to use password protected packing like ZIP or RAR, but DMG may be slightly more convenient on Mac.
  • Creating a convenient DMG image for your pictures

    In recent years many of us have converted to Macs and still doesn't know how to use some of the gems of the platform. Creating disk images for sharing your stuff with people on the same platform is just one of them.
  • Testing standards compliance of Microsoft Outlook 2007

    A notorious subject in whole, all W3C-capable newsletter coders must be familiar with Outlook support for open standards. To make it short, it looks like the bubble of Microsoft's long-praised work towards standards compliance is threatening to burst.
  • World-class 3D music video from Rimantas Lukavicius of KORB

    Hailing from Lithuania, Rimantas Lukavicius of KORB has produced a very nice piece of 3D art in a form of the music video for the Lithuanian house duo Mario Basanov & Vidis.
  • Internet Explorer dumping CSS hacks to comply with standards

    Years ago, for Internet Explorer 5, Microsoft took a shortcut to 'extended CSS support' that they called the Dynamic Properties. Despite the fancy name it had nothing to do with W3C Cascading Style Sheet standards nor was it available cross-platform. Now, as the software giant has realized the impact of open standards, they are giving up on these non-standard developments.

  • First browser to pass Acid3 web standards test

    On Friday WebKit team announced their open source browser engine entirely passes Acid3 test by Web Standards Project.

    Acid3 is a test page that checks how well a web browser follows certain web standards, especially relating to the Document Object Model (DOM) and JavaScript.

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