Having created the new Saints site, I have access to the visitor [tag]statistics[/tag]. I was surprised to see that over the first 9 days (27,682 visits, 10.6GB) 92.2% were using [tag]Internet Explorer[/tag], and I was more surprised to see that ~57% of those were still using IE6. So more than half of all visitors are … Read moreBrowser Wars (not much fighting)
Microsoft could save 45 million tons of CO2 emissions with a few lines of computer code, need I say more? [tags]MS, Microsoft, CO2, emisssions, kyoto, abatement[/tags]
I am of the strong belief that IE7’s Zoom feature is significantly flawed. The problem is explained at boagworld.com. The worst result is the that on many sites it will force a horizontal scroll bar! A well known no-no. The other problem which doesn’t appear to be mentioned there is the fact that background images … Read moreIE7’s Zoom Feature
The majority of (legit) Windows users may get a shock over the next 24 hours or so as IE7 is rolled out. How soon until users stuck with [tag]IE6[/tag] start to get frustrated with ‘broken’ websites? Will it encourage them to get legit copies of Windows? Of course not, there are too many alternative browsers … Read moreReady for IE7?
bbPress is a fantastic example of how the web should be made. While there are of course a few (minor) issues, bbPress is still a beta / pre-v1 product (0.72 ‘bix’ in fact), and ‘issues’ may actually be simple matters of preference. If I was to set up a forum I’d use bbPress. But what … Read morebbPress