JavaScript toFixed() does not work in number fields on Firefox

Here’s a very short, quick post, detailing a Firefox scripting frustration that I discovered today. Let’s say you have a JavaScript function that calculates a value. The value represents a… More »

Stop Chrome messing with your forms

Google Chrome may be a popular and easy to use browser, but it plays fast and loose with website designers’ wishes regarding forms on their sites. It autocompletes form fields… More »

Password-protecting an entire WordPress site

It’s quite a common scenario – you’ve developed a great WordPress site, and you need to show it to your client, but you don’t want the rest of the world… More »

Decision time for European Windows users

It’s finally coming. Many months ago, Microsoft lost an argument with the European Commission, the result of which is that it has to give Windows users a choice of which… More »

Should IE6 be allowed to die?

If you’re a web designer or developer, you’ll be familiar with the plethora of websites set up for no other purpose than to persuade people who still use Internet Explorer… More »

Non-standard image/pjpeg mimetype on IE

Here’s a lovely little Internet Explorer “feature” that may have web developers cursing, so I figured I would write a brief post about it in the hope that IE doesn’t… More »

Firefox Turns Five

Yesterday marked five years since the release of version 1.0 of the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Five years down the road, its success has surely played an important role in… More »

Website Testing Process

When designing and building websites, any professional will tell you that you should test in as many browsers as possible. In the real world, the number you can actually test… More »

Refreshing Your Firefox Profile

I’m a big fan of Firefox, and it’s been my main web browser for as long as I can remember. Partly because it’s pretty good with web standards, and partly… More »

Google Chrome

Anyone not living under a rock this past week will know that Google have released an early beta of their own browser, Chrome. Now that they’ve improved the EULA, I’ve… More »