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Run Two Versions of Firefox on Mac OSX
Last week Firefox 4.0 was released to the world. Web developers everywhere celebrated with delight, the new browser. Well, almost! The browser comes packed with a super-fast JavaScript engine called JägerMonkey, improved support for HTML5 and CSS3 and a bunch of new interface updates. Read more – ‘Run Two Versions of Firefox on Mac OSX’.
Tools to Evaluate the Speed of Your Website
Google’s addition of a page speed signal to its search rankings algorithm officially links performance with search engine marketing. The loading speed of a web page affects user psychology in a number of ways, and now it can effect its rankings as well. Read more – ‘Tools to Evaluate the Speed of Your Website’.
What's In Google Chrome's User-Agent String
With the advent Google Chrome there has been a lot of media coverage regarding the browser’s uptake and how it will compete with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. This is where the User Agent becomes most valuable. Read more – ‘What's In Google Chrome's User-Agent String’.
Save The Developers. Upgrade Your Browser.
Say no to IE 6! The Save The Developers campaign focuses on assisting users in upgrading their Internet Explorer 6 web browser. This campaign will result in former IE 6 users having a more enjoyable experience on the web while (hopefully) creating a less stressful and complicated environment for web developers by hastening the retirement of an outdated Read more – ‘Save The Developers. Upgrade Your Browser.’.
Firefox Extensions for Web Developers
By itself, Firefox is a lean and fast browser, but lacks many functions useful to a Web Developer. This is where extensions come to the rescue. Web Developers use a host of Firefox extensions to increase their efficiency. I have included a list of my most used extensions. All of these plugins are great for developing and bug testing web sites within the Firefox browser environment. Read more – ‘Firefox Extensions for Web Developers’.