Archive for ‘Browsers’
Roger Johansson has a quick intro to what seems like a promising screen reader extension for Firefox. Fire Vox is an open source extension for the web browser that works on Windows, Mac or Linux. Sounds like it’s another great tool in the testing arsenal. You read more about it at Roger’s site or go [...]
Yesterday marked a potential fundamental change in how people use the Internet. Mozilla Labs launched (in alpha) their Ubiquity prototype — “…experiment into connecting the Web with language in an attempt to find new user interfaces that could make it possible for everyone to do common Web tasks more quickly and easily.”
Rsizr Whoa. Web-based content-aware image resizing. I’ve already wasted too much time playing with this site.
XRAY Web Developer Tool This sweet little bookmarklet has already saved my butt a couple of times since grabbing it.
YSlow Add-on for Firefox Used in conjunction with Firebug this extension analyzes web pages and tells you why they’re slow.
Safari for Windows Holy crap. Great news for all your widows developers.
Todd Dominey is reporting that Microsoft is planning to release 6 new typefaces free with the next operating system.
So I was helping a buddy of mine with a recent bit of client work that he was having an interesting issue with. He had just wrapped up a CSS based site that, when attempting to print from Internet Explorer (any version) on the Windows platform, crashed the browser. Immediately, I was intrigued and went [...]