Archive for 2011

  • Manuel Strehl
    Reverse Ordered Lists with CSS
    The other minute I’ve read an interesting article on the new HTML5 reversed attribute on ordered lists, that, who would have thought, reverses the counting. The article proposed a JavaScript polyfill.…
  • Manuel Strehl
    Some Random Numbers of People Working on the Web’s Future
    Numbers are a dangerous toy to play with, but they are still interesting to examine. Without any kind of valuation and just for the purpose of information I’d like to present some numbers of people working on current web technology.
  • Manuel Strehl
    A Suggestion for Replacing the Gregorian Calendar
    Tantek Çelik published in 2009 a draft of a new calendar with 5-day-weeks solving issues with the Gregorian one: http://tantek.pbworks.com/w/page/19402947/NewCalendar. I am not convinced, that this is…
  • Manuel Strehl
    Rolling Releases are the Future
    The Mozilla developers have received some critics for their decision to remove the version number from future Firefox releases. Many other open source projects, like GIMP, are speeding up their release…
  • Manuel Strehl
    How to Display the New Firefox Menu Button
    Have you seen this new orange button in the top left corner of the new Firefox? No? This article describes how to get it.
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