It is helpful for website logins to autofill usernames and passwords on HTML inputs, but can be a pain in the butt when you work with password change/reset forms or forms with credit card number fields. In these instances, you don’t want numbers to automatically fill in (or be remembered by a browser). Learn how to stop it.
Like most web developers who publish articles, I always preach about standards and best practices (which, incidentally, makes me wonder why we don’t see more loud-mouthed naysayers who try to get recognition by writing about how all that is a big joke.) This article will be no different, except this time no one can argue about whether it makes a real difference. Today, I will be talking about progressive enhancement. Enhance it!
In this article I will show you a modern, unobtrusive, cross-browser way of detecting Caps Lock. See the script
Calibrating multiple monitors can be a real pain, especially if they aren’t the same models. To make matters worse, Photoshop might be altering your image colors on the fly with the help of your GPU. See the cause and solution.
A website’s “favorites icon” or “bookmark icon” is an often-overlooked element on a web page. Web designers and developers implement this simple image in different ways. In this article, I will explain the differences and the solid way to use your favicon. Let’s talk icons.
Over 10 years ago, IE6 had major problems when dealing with PNG transparency.
In their infinite wisdom, Microsoft continued this comedy of errors years later with Internet Explorer 7 AND years after that with Internet Explorer 8!
In this article, I’ll show you how I fixed the ugly black outline issue with 3 simple words. See the CSS.
Since IE6 finally phased out, Internet Explorer 7 becomes the last true headache for web designers. Webkit, gecko, and IE8 browsers have subtle differences, but it is somewhat easy to make a consistent design. See the IE7 solution.
Formal writing styles usually call for paragraphs to be indented. It is rarely seen on the web, though. This is due to the fact that HTML code ignores the
tab key, which is commonly used to indent paragraphs in offline word processors. see how it should be handled.