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Tag Archives: browsers

July, 2014

  • 8 July

    cPanel & WHM Announce New Browser Compatibility

    Following in the footsteps of Bing & Google who have recently announced their own browser compatibility changes which drop support for IE8 on behalf of Bing, and IE9 on behalf of Google. cPanel has acknowledged that continuing to test for, and develop against, older browsers slows down the entire development process – and in an effort to prioritize the delivery ...

May, 2014

  • 6 May

    StatCounter Browser Statistics for 2014 Released

    StatCounter has been around for a while now, focused on offering in-depth traffic information about your website completely free of charge. Over the years StatCounter has developed quiet the network gathering data from over 2.5 million members with over 50 million page views each month. So naturally they have huge amounts of data about the different technologies used to access their members websites, and right ...

January, 2013

  • 10 January

    Firefox 18.0 Released

    While I don’t normally post browser updates here, I would like to make sure that my visitors try their best to keep their browser versions up to date. Luckily, based on my Google Analytics, only about 2-3% of you are still using an out-dated browser – which I can understand as some places still force you to work on extremely ...

November, 2012

  • 30 November

    IE Sucks … Less

    The new commercial from Microsoft’s latest “The Browser You Used to Hate” campaign is, honestly, quiet funny. It’s fairly true though – it will be hard for Internet Explorer to gain the trust back, especially after all the years of torture it has put us all through. There will be plenty of people that will stay firm on their hatred ...

October, 2011

  • 28 October

    Conditional Comments Are Gone In IE10

    You might have heard mention of this going around the Internet for a few months now – as this was technically announced back in July on the IE Blog – however I just wanted to clear a few things up here. For starters make sure you understand what conditional comments are – and how that really affects you. One of ...

August, 2011

  • 17 August

    Internet Explorer 9 Becomes The Most Secure Browser

    To be honest I had to read the report twice before I could believe it. Internet Explorer has always had it’s share of security flaws (amongst many others) – and this is what made room for Firefox, Opera and Chrome to step in and give browser security the attention that IE wasn’t. The recent study done by NSS Labs, which ran ...

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