Apart from its own Ice Tea tech blog, Dipot.com also displays two external feeds relating to Optimization and Standards. I needed to optimize the post titles of these two feeds by getting rid of their long suffixes, both for better looks and for more content within the same space.
The feeds were served by the standard […]
A List Apart: Articles: 12 Lessons for Those Afraid of CSS and Standards
This bookmark links to http://alistapart.com/articles/12lessonsCSSandstandards
DiPot, short for Digital Pot, was founded in 2001 to push Digital Convergence, then in its infancy, and Communication. Now that our everyday life is digital and lots of communication means are at our disposal, DiPot is still here to help enhance, improve and optimize both in the user’s level.
To that extend, the Ice Tea […]
There is an indirect update to my December 16, 2007 “Web browser standards: Opera Software vs Microsoft” post in the “Internet Explorer 8 and Acid2: A Milestone” IEBlog post. The way I see it, Microsoft effectively confirms allegations about not complying with standards (by, at least, not seriously updating IE6 in over 5 years and […]
Don’t you just hate it when a web page won’t show correctly in Firefox or any non-Internet Explorer browser?
I have always wondered why any web developer would block all Linux & Mac OS users out of their sites and frustrate a good portion of Windows users, those who prefer Firefox. On top of that, some […]