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Whether you are a designer, a developer, coder or a blogger, when it comes to designing or developing for the web, you just can’t live without browser extensions. There are so many tools available – from tinkering with CSS codes, choosing color pallets, debugging HTML source, analyzing loading times; the list is endless. While some of […]
Web developers know the importance of testing web sites and blogs on the different web browsers available. A site/blog can look great on one browser, but if you try to access it on another one, it can probably look garbled. It’s a hassle checking a web site/blog on Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc. […]
For web designers and developers, it can get a little hectic sometimes trying to edit strings of codes. This is true especially if you’re not using any apps such as Dreamweaver, it can be hard to find errors or problems that may appear in our codes, thus the expression finding a needle in a haystack […]