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Responsive Design With ZURB’s ‘Foundation’ Web Toolkit

ZURB has released a major new version of its popular Foundation framework, a web development toolkit for quickly building responsive websites. The new Foundation v4 is a ground-up re-write that sees ZURB taking a mobile-first approach.

Like its erstwhile competitor Bootstrap, Foundation offers a set of HTML and CSS building blocks you can use to quickly develop basic site structure and design

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Opera To Abandon Presto In Favour Of Webkit

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The Norwegian software developer Opera announced that it will abandon its home grown rendering engine Presto in favour of the open source WebKit rendering engine.

From now onwards Opera will use WebKit as its rendering engine, along with V8 as its JavaScript engine for almost all products. This will make Opera’s rendering result somewhat identical to Google Chrome.

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Microsoft Released Modern.IE To Restore Internet Explorer's Lost Place.

Modern.IE released to test website for compatibility with Internet Explorer

There is no doubt that some developers have stopped supporting Internet Explorer while designing their websites. It took Microsoft a while to realize that and has now taken a step forward to rehabilitate its browser. “Better late, than never.”

Modern.IE is a new set of virtual tools released by Microsoft to help developers make sure that their websites render beautifully across

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“The Accessibility Project”, An Effort Meant To Spread Web Accessibility.

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“The power of the Web is in its universality…. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”

A fabulous quote once said by the legendary person Sir Tim Berners Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web.

However when it comes to universal accessibility of the web, it remains more of a goal than a reality. It’s not impossible to do it. We do have the means and tools, but it’s the developers who often neglect it.

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Google's Dominance Will Loosen; Experts Say.


What about the future of search on the internet? Is it possible for anyone to compete and overthrow search engines like Google or Bing? It may seem a little odd this time however, experts have already started arguments about it. At DLD13 seminar Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures expressed his thoughts saying that its unlikely for search engine giant Google to retain its

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How To Find A Good Web Designer?


For those of you who have made a decision to employ some sort of web designer to build you a web site, you can quickly become overwhelmed by the sheer number of professionals available for this service. How will you realize what one will probably make a high-quality web site for you at a sensible price? Being unsure of learning to make the correct choice could place an individual at risk for spending a lot of money only to get a site that does not convey your exact message or maybe negatively impact your image.

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HTML5 Almost Touched The Finish Line

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More and more people are coming to believe that HTML5 is going to take over the web in the near future; others say it's not going to happen. The largest proponent and principal architect behind HTML5, the W3C, argues that HTML5 is the future of web design and development, and its recent development encourages to prove it. HTML5 can not only be used for web design but also for app development.

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