Alexander Rehm on June 14th, 2009

WordPress 2.8 has been released just a few days ago. Here are the most notable features of 2.8: New drag-and-drop widgets admin interface and new widgets API Syntax highlighting and function lookup built into plugin and theme editors Allow the dashboard widgets to be arranged in up to four columns Allow configuring the number of […]

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Alexander Rehm on June 4th, 2009

In April, Pingdom released information on their web monitoring survey of 10.000 well-known websites to discover who was using Google Analytics. The results – about half of the websites tested used Google Analytics, and 40% of those were still using the legacy tracking code urchin.js. Just over a year ago, Google stopped supporting urchin in […]

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Alexander Rehm on June 3rd, 2009

Fennec, the mobile version of Firefox has reached beta. Mozilla’s answer to the browser wars on mobile devices is here to provide its standards-based open-source browser engine, optimized for mobile, that can be embedded by device manufacturers and others, and is going to be a full-featured mobile browser including support for XUL-based add-ons, delivering on […]

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Alexander Rehm on June 2nd, 2009

The never-sleeping minds from Mozilla Labs (who just gave us Bespin a few months back) have recently announced the the introduction of Mozilla Personas,  light-weight skins allowing users to “dress up” the look of their favourite browser via an addon. After installing Personas and restarting FireFox you are able to install skins via a new […]

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