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Archive for Software
Mozilla Labs has recently unveiled a new Firefox extension called Ubiquity that might change the way you think about and make use of the Internet.
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2.0 beta for Internet Explorer is now available. It provides a variety of tools for quickly creating, understanding, and troubleshooting Web pages.
How to set Intel-based Macs for testing pages in multiple operating systems and browsers with a single machine.
Sortable, resizable, editable and accessible tables? Now it is possible using TableKit, a collection of HTML table enhancements based on the Prototype framework
Lxpages.xom Blog provides a list of free CSS Editors that you can work with to improve your website design with CSS by wasting the least amount of time.
After three beta versions, Microsoft has released the developer toolbar for IE 6+. It provides several features for exploring and understanding the pages of websites we are creating or simply visiting. Available to download on the Microsoft’s website.
Panic, makers of the FTP application Transmit has released a new great product for Mac OS X: Coda. It’s a text editor + Transmit + CSS editor + terminal + books + more. Coda costs only $79. A good choice for web developers who like to hand code.