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Firefox 3.6 Released. New features include support for the latest HTML5 specs, Web Open Font Format (WOFF) and CSS gradients. Go get it now!
Google Chrome Frame. An open source plug-in that brings HTML5 and other open web technologies to Internet Explorer.
Opera 10 Released. New features, elegant interface and speedy. Go get it!
Internet Explorer Collection. Handy for those still developing for earlier versions of IE.
Happy Birthday Opera. Thanks for 15 years of browser innovation. Cheers!
Safari 4 Beta Released. Apple launches the new version of Safari with some very spiffy features. Make sure to check it out.
Extend Firefox 2. A developer contest to encourage development and innovation in Web experience through add-ons to Firefox 2.
Browser support for CSS3 properties. CSS3 properties tests for webkit based browsers, including the iPhone.
Safari 3 Beta. Apple releases its new version of their browser. Now available for both OS X and Windows.
Whatâ€™s next for Internet Explorer?. Chris Wilson shares some general directions the IE team is taking with its next release.
Styling Form Controls w/ CSS. A fairly comprehensive look at how different browsers handle CSS and form elements.
Easy cross-browser transparency. Create image or layer transparencies easier by using only CSS.
Wake up and smell the IE7!. This article delves into the specifics of what IE7 means for your page content and styling.
Browsershots. A free online platform where you can test your web design in different browsers.
IE7 CSS tweak show and tell. Zeldman asks, what hacks have you jettisoned, and with what have you replaced them?
Firefox 2 Released. Enhancements to usability, security and customization... download it now!
Internet Explorer 7 RC1 in standalone mode. Run IE7 and IE6 at the same time without having to overwrite the previous version.
Highlight Microformats with CSS. A way to highlight microformats using a custom stylesheet in Camino, Safari or Omniweb.
Details on CSS changes for IE7. The list of CSS features, changes and bug fixes for the upcoming IE7.
Firefox 2 Beta 1 Released. A developer preview release of the next generation Firefox browser, available for testing purposes only.
Opera 9 Released. Available for download, it includes widgets, BitTorrent support, content blocking, tab preview, source viewer and more.
Cross Browser YUI Tetris Game. A cross-browser, standards-compliant Tetris game built on top of the YUI Libraries.
Web Developer Toolbar & Menu for Opera. Brings together functions related to web development, validation services and links to standards.
Easy CSS hacks for IE7. A few new CSS hacks that work in Internet Explorer 7 and can be used as replacements to the
Stop Hacking, or be Stopped. Why your usual CSS hacking methods will fail with the release of IE7, and how to preparre for it.
How to Design for Different Browsers. Learn about ways of dealing with browser differences.
Mozilla Firefox 126.96.36.199 Released. A stability-and-security update. Also includes Universal Binary support for Mac OS X.
CSSViewer. A nice little Firefox Extension that lets you view CSS properties on any element on page.
Clearing floats without structural markup in IE7. Utilizing the overflow method as an appropriate solution for all versions of Internet Explorer.
IE 7 Beta 2 Preview Released. Go grab yourself a copy and start testing your sites.
ReCSS - Reload your CSS. A bookmarklet that makes refreshing your CSS a breeze. Quite handy when developing dynamic applications.
The Triple-X hack - an exclusive CSS filter for IE7. A targeted CSS filter for IE7 - a hack which applies or excludes CSS specifically from that browser.
Cascading Style Sheet Compatibility in Internet Explorer 7. Discusses issues that resulted from the updated CSS support and best ways to address them.
Mozilla Firefox 188.8.131.52 Released. Improved stability, improved support for Mac OS X, fixes for several memory leaks plus several security enhancements.
X-Ray Firefox Extension. The X-Ray extension let's you see the tags on a page without viewing the sourcecode.
Common CSS Bugs in Safari, Firefox and Opera. Go add to the list if you think you've found a common bug in one of these browsers.
Mozilla Firefox 1.5 Released. Better accessibility, New support for Web Standards, among many other things.
CSS Hacks and IE7. A nice summary of the comming bug fixes in IE7 and how to deal with them.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7 Released. This version includes several security and stability fixes.
Opera goes FREE. Banners and licensing fee are now gone.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.6 Released. Restores API compatibility for extensions and web applications that broke in Firefox 1.0.5.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.5 Released. It has several security fixes and improvements to stability.
A nice summary of Essentials CSS Hacks For Internet Explorer.
Netscape Browser 8.0 Released. Based on Mozilla Firefox, it can render pages using either the Gecko or Internet Explorer layout engines.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4 Released. It has Several security fixes.
Opera 8 released. Be sure to give it a try.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.3 Released. It has several security fixes, and a fix to improve update process.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.2 Released. Minor security updates.
Firefox 1.0.1 released. Mainly security updates.
Introduction to Browser-Specific CSS Hacks. Go give them a try.
Firefox 1.0 released. Go get it!
Full CSS Property Compatibility Chart. Great resource.
Firefox 1.0PR Released go get it...