Category Archives: Browsers

Sticky Nav 101

You might have noticed that sticky navigation has become a trend many popular websites are adapting. Not sure what sticky nav is? Well it’s the menu bar or navigation that remains anchored at either the top, bottom, or side of the browser window as the content scrolls beneath the navigation menu. This leads to a more convenient experience that surfers seem to be pleased with. And as a result, the combination of sticky nav and infinite scrolling is now becoming much more common in web designs. Sticky navigation is actually becoming so favored that you can find it being adopted … Continue reading

I’m actually pleased with the news that MS is pushing Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8) as an automatic update. Have you been using or testing your sites in IE 8 yet? If not, you need to be! The numbers aren’t that high yet, but I bet they will –thankfully– be increasing rapidly. Why thankfully? Well, mainly because IE 8 supports (almost) all of the CSS2.1 specification. For full details check out quirksmode’s CSS Compatibility Chart. This means, in theory, that a single set of CSS can be written and –drum roll please– it will render correctly in IE 8. Wait! … Continue reading

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