Category Archives: CSS


Windows 8 Enterprise is available to "Software Assurance customers via the Volume License Service Center (VLSC)," allowing you to test, pilot and begin adopting Windows 8 Enterprise within your organization.Also, available for download is a 90-day evalution version of Windows 8 Enterprise.For customers "who will be deploying Windows 8 Enterprise, be assured that the KMS […]

Google Fiber premium TV content for TV customers now offering both Starz and Showtime as optional add-on packages. "Gigabit + TV customers can now add 17 Starz channels for an additional $10 per month. They can also add on 11 Showtime channels for an additional $10 per month," Google said.Right now there are about 185 […]

Microsoft wrapping up Windows 8 metro style apps series today details the new Photos app. "With this app, along with Metro style design principles, we set out to design an app that allows you to bring together photos from many different sources and to then view and share them," stated Brad Weed, group program manager […]

Mozilla's Product Design Strategy team quietly announced a few new projects including a Webkit browser for the iPad called "Junior."Calling Safari for iPad "a miserable experience," Mozilla's Alex Limi showed a prototype of the "Junior," that takes a different approach from traditional browsers with no tabs, search and an address bars on the main screen […]

"With IE10, our work with developers is focused on writing HTML5 & CSS3 code that works reliably in all modern browsers including Chrome, Firefox, and IE. In fact, we found that "sites in IE10 got an average of 30% better page load time when they switched to Standards Mode." The benefit is similar in IE9 […]

Google made its newest public style guide dubbed "Google HTML and CSS Style Guide" available for public."Our HTML and CSS Style Guide, just like other Google style guides, deals with a lot of formatting-related matters. It also hints at best practices so to encourage developers to go beyond indentation," posted Jens O. Meiert, Senior Web […]

To help web designers, Google announced "mod_pagespeed," which now supports the new "flatten_css_imports" feature, which automatically optimized the same web page by flattening the imported CSS files into their parent -- thus eliminating the use of @import, which costs an additional HTTP request, serial round-trip between browser and server, since the browser does not […]