There’s been a lot of talk over the last few years regarding anti-trust charges against Microsoft due to them providing Internet Explorer as the default browser within their Windows operating system. However from March 2010 things are about to change.
Internet Explorer 8 hasn’t long been on the market but Microsoft are working hard to make Internet Explorer 9 their best browser yet.
I’m currently working for PilotBean who are a provider of web solutions specialising in content management systems, email marketing, ecommerce and web hosting. My latest tasks was to update the website to give it a more modern look and feel, make the site more user friendly and to drive traffic to the website via the search engines.
There’s many ways to create rounded corners using CSS but with the introduction of CSS3, our lives as web designers are about to become a lot easier.
I’ve finally had chance to catch up with my RSS feedreader recently and thought I’d share some of the more interesting ones with you. Below are a list of Web Design, Usability, Accessibility and Search Engine related articles from the past week which I’m sure many of you will find useful or interesting.
Google have recently launched Google Chrome Frame which is their attempt to fix Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 and bring them up to date with the more advanced browsers like the Webkit Engine but at what cost?
There’s a really useful article at the moment on Smashing Magazine which explains a number of usability issues when dealing with e-commerce design.
Firefox 3.5 has been out less than a month and the announcement of Firefox 3.7 was only last week. However, Mozilla are already looking ahead to version 4 of Firefox.