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On Safari

So you’ve been wondering what all the hubbub is about this new browser that Apple has released, right? I bet you’re thinking to yourself, “oh dear, even more browsers in which to test.” Well, you’re right, it is a new browser to test, but it’s eerily familiar to many of…

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CSS-D Finds New Home at evolt.org

The incredibly popular, active, and valuable mailing list devoted to Cascading Style Sheets, CSS-Discuss (css-d), has moved its hosting to evolt.org. After some brief list overlap, and a lot of server tweaking, the list opened its doors to its new home Monday, December 9. Started and moderated by Eric Meyer,…

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Quick Color Class

This article originally appeared in the December, 2002 issue of DisplaySearch Monitor, published by DisplaySearch, the worldwide leader in flat panel display market research and consulting. This article also appears on evolt.org for the benefit of anyone without a subscription to DisplaySearch Monitor. I have granted evolt.org the right to…

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Tags: css, design

Book Review: Usable Web Menus

From the Publisher Title: Usable Web Menus Authors: Andy Beaumont, Dave Gibbons, Jody Kerr, Jon Stephens ISBN: 1904151027 Publisher: glasshaus Price: US$ 13.99 at Amazon.com Page Count: 200 Publication Date: March 2002 When developing a web site, one of the most important things to consider is the navigation menu, to…

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Style Switcher in ASP

This article was originally posted on evolt.org, an online resource for web developers, maintained by web developers. I have granted evolt.org the right to use this article on their web site, and they are the only entity with the right to reproduce it. As more and more sites move away…

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Tags: css, standards, usability

Mozilla 1.0, Right on Time

Mozilla.org has officially released the 1.0 version of Mozilla, which, of course, includes the Gecko rendering engine. Since 1998, when Netscape opened up the source code to allow development of a new browser, through the aquisition of Netscape by AOL in 1999, followed by the release of Netscape 6.0 (built…

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Nielsen Snipes E-comm Sites, Teams with Macromedia

Jakob Nielsen, in a busy week, releases a report criticizing e-commerce sites, and teams up with Macromedia to help them make Flash 99% less bad. E-commerce Is 51% Bad The first report, from News.com, describes a study released by the Nielsen Norman Group. The study claims that, from a field…

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A Merger of Content Management and Localization Workflow

This article was originally published in Multilingual Computing & Technology, the leading industry magazine for web site globalization, international software development and language technology. In December 2001, Algonquin Studios and E-Merge Strategies completed a merger of two different companies with different products and targeted markets. Algonquin Studios had developed the…

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Tags: internationalization, localization

Overture Sues Google

Overture (formerly Goto.com) filed suit against Google late Thursday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. The lawsuit only applies to the paid listings portion of the Google search engine, not its general search engine. Google has no press releases related to this case, but a Google spokesman claims that…

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Say Goodbye to Free Email

Both Hotmail and Yahoo have announced this week that people who want to continue to use some of their services will have to pay. Yahoo announced on Thursday that it will begin charging for POP3 mail forwarding services. Yahoo originally started charging for some services back in February of 1999,…

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End of the Free Content Ride?

With the boon of the web a few years ago, sites competed with one another by acting like portals, trying to see who could post the most news and otherwise free content possible to keep people coming back. As the portal model has fallen away, and the ‘net economy has…

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Is Netscape the Browser for the Next AOL?

There have been many rumors on developer forums over the last week or so that AOL is testing Netscape in the AOL software. They’ve all been just rumors until recently, when some news sites have posted quotes from real, live AOL representatives. AOL spokesman Jim Whitney confirmed on Thursday that…

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