HSBC Direct Doesn’t Support Firefox 3.0 – Another Reason To Dump IE 6.0

Before I start bashing Internet Explorer 6.0, I'd like to share a story with you. I've had a high yields savings account at HSBC Direct for some time now. Now I think I know why I haven't experienced many user issues with their website before. I also … [Read more...]

Make Your Web Site Not Suck In Internet Explorer – IE CSS Min-Height Hack

Now it's not surprise to anyone out there that I hate Internet Explorer. No I mean I really hate it! One of the reasons that I hate it so much is that it's buggy. Call it whatever you want, maybe it's too forgiving on bad HTML or CSS, but whatever … [Read more...]

JQuery, Prototype, and MooTools Benchmark – SlickSpeed

Introduction Before I even start, let me state that I'm a JQuery fan. Ever since I've started with JavaScript frameworks I've weighed the pros and cons, and trust me there are a lot. You'll always find people arguing Prototype, JQuery or MooTools. I … [Read more...]

Browsers Have Multiple Personalities, Your Designs Should Too

One thing that has plagued me as a designer for many years is the ability to test my designs in multiple web browsers. Back in the day, computers came with Internet Explorer 5.5 and that's it. Installing a later version would always overwrite the … [Read more...]

I Hate Internet Explorer 6.0 Even More

After all the trouble I went through making sure my theme works in Internet Explorer 7, you'd think that would be all right? Nope. Last night I had some problems trying to get Ubuntu on my computer. One of the steps involved restoring a previous … [Read more...]