Sliding Doors of CSS

May 29, 2009

The following article shows how to create really cool tabs using pure CSS and cross-browser supported CSS (ie: not CSS3).  The technique can be applied to several other UI designs leaving your site semantically correct while creating visually appealing sites.  Check out the link below for all the details and examples. A List Apart: Articles: […]

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JSF: Suggestion for Performance Improvement

May 1, 2009

One of the areas of JSF that I think suffers compared to other models such as JSP, PHP, etc is that it requires two paths instead of one. In JSP, for example, code is compiled directly into Java bytecode. That code is then directly executed when the servlet is accessed. As a result, a single […]


Browser Market Share – April 2009

May 1, 2009

Using the monthly market share analysis by Net Applications, here is my monthly release of browser market share. Firefox: 22.48% (+0.43%) FF 3.0: 20.25% (+0.59%) Internet Explorer: 66.10% (-0.72%) IE 8.0: 4.65% (+1.58%) IE 7.0: 44.51% (-2.03%) IE 6.0: 17.52% (-0.84%) Safari: 8.21% (-0.02%) Safari 4.0: 0.8% Safari 3.x: 6.84% (+0.66%) Chrome: 1.42% (+0.19%) IE […]

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