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Caching effects

Sort of discovered this by surprise. I was making the typical “mouse-over” effects for buttons, where they grow a few pixels when you hover over them. 637 more words


Google Summer of Code 2014 came to an end...

… but my involvement in GNOME has just started!

Google Summer of Code was an incredible experience, and I would like to give special thanks to Google for the sponsorship… 707 more words


Apple releases Safari 6.1.6 and Safari 7.0.6 with security fixes

Apple today has released new versions of Safari for OS X Lion/Mountain Lion and OS X Mavericks that address security and WebKit issues. The Safari 6.1.6 update for the older versions of OS X and Safari 7.0.6 update for the latest OS X are available in Software Update on the Mac App Store. 79 more words

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Can we please get back to Web standards?

Note: the following is the 8-10-14 edition of Adventures in Website Design && Development. The usual AWD&&D formalities have been omitted so as to not distract from the issue discussed. 1,334 more words


Like Windows 8 and XP, Mavericks shares unsupported underground of Tiger, Leopard users

On the heels of one of the most successful blog posts in hittingthesweetspot’s short history, PowerPC Macs most definitely still have game, it has come to our attention that readers love stories about older technology–in particular, about their PowerPC Macs. 811 more words

History of the Fullscreen API

This is the story of the Fullscreen API, one of prefixes, capitalization, and event targets…

March–October 2007: “Shouldn’t the video API include a way to toggle full screen on/off?” … 536 more words