As Sublime Text 3 is around in public beta for quite some time, i thought i upgrade from my 2.x version to the new and – as it’s written on their homepage – faster version 3. Ross Lawley has a perfect guide how to upgrade painlessly: http://rosslawley.co.uk/posts/switching-to-sublimetext-3/ And thanks for the hint to check the […]
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Safari 3.1 adds some important updates for web developers: Adds option in Safari preferences to turn on the new Develop menu which contains various web development features Allows access to Web Inspector Allows access to Network Timeline Allows editing CSS in the Web Inspector Allows custom user agent string Improves snippet editor I was very […]
Yousif Al Saif from tredosoft.com has programmed an installer allowing you to run multiple Internet Explorer versions in parallel on your Windows XP: Download Multiple IE installer (10.3MB) please read Yousif’s original article here and check out the comments on this article as well, you will find some useful information there as well.
I love news feeds, podcasts, photocasts, all that fancy feed stuff, i really do 🙂 The only drawback on feeds is, you need to use a feedreader or a modern browser with the ability to display the RSS/Atom feed in a human readable manner…. Some weeks ago a really cool project i was involved in with podcasting was stopped in the last minute, because the people in charge were afraid that the users can’t deal with the raw xml output in their browsers – and they were right, people don’t want to see the XML code, the feed has to be readable.
I always had the problem, that i could resize (drag with my mouse) images inside kupu, but when i save the document the image has its original size 🙁 Today i found the solution to this problem here To enable kupu to keep the resize information upon save you have to add width and height to the style whitelist in the kupu preferences in your site preferences.