Items tagged with CSS

The final build of Firefox 26 isn't yet available to the public, but those interested in Nightlies can tap into one interesting piece of code right now. Firefox 26 is set to support CSS Image Orientation -- a feature already supported by rival browsers Chrome and Safari, but only when the image is the top-level document, but not in HTML documents. In other words, web developers have had to resort to a number of workarounds in order to ensure that images weren't mistakenly displayed sideways. The new CSS image-orientation property, supported in Firefox 26, is the answer once applied to a JPEG image.... Read more...
As we covered just yesterday, a leaked build of Microsoft's upcoming Windows Blue (aka: Windows "8.1") is floating around the net "somewhere", and as it appears, there's quite a bit that has changed. No, we didn't get rid of the Start screen, but many further enhancements have been added, along with other niceties around the OS. Neowin wasted no time in exploring the latest build, and in doing so discovered a subtle but extremely notable tweak that Microsoft has conducted with Internet Explorer 11. It's no secret to anyone by this point that coding a website to support older IE versions is a pain... Read more...
Looking for a new phone in 06? Sony Ericson has some cool looking models coming out in the 2nd quarter of this year. CNet has the scoop, providing a list and some details of what you can expect to see later on this year... assuming carriers decide to use them. "2005 was arguably the year of the Walkman phone for Sony Ericsson, thanks to its release of six different flavors for all segments of the consumer market. Here in the United States, we saw the W600i and the W800i, and now, the company has rolled out the W300i, which is designed for the... Read more...