Very simple problem with a pretty complicated solution, mostly because IE is ignoring the box-shadow CSS3 property. Instead progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Shadow is doing the trick for it and an equivalent can be found.
I am sure you all know about Mictosoft’s IE9 Testdrive. Its main target was, for now, the developer – in an attempt to showcase the improvements in IE9 and maybe make us be more nice to them and forget how much time we waste with IE6.
What I was interested as a frontend developer was the the compatibility tables for features like SVG, CSS3 and DOM. And the test results, as per Microsoft’s page, are all gorgeous.
Tweet I have recently discovered an interesting blog and while reading one of its posts I firmly believed Julio, the author, read my mind. I translated it with his help and with the help of Alex & Gillian Meldrum and here it is for you to read and enjoy. When quoting for work, we seem [...]
Upload forms are something we often use in our projects. Sometimes a simple upload form is not enough, so I’ll try to compile a list with enhanced file upload forms that help us to improve the look, functionality and usability of our sites.