system-overview

System Overview

January 26, 2014

If you do have a site that adjusts itself based on the browser, given the extra steps to configure the browser, test and compare differences, it’s still probably easier and definitely fool-proof to use the specific version of IE that you want to test. This way you don’t have to worry about incorrectly read UA […]

The Reach of Firefox

The Reach of Firefox

April 3, 2013

Mozilla’s statistics, including active daily users on the top, mirrored by daily downloads on the bottom. Notice the holiday dips and the spikes with each new release, with an overall trend of up? Geographically, the map shows an estimate of Firefox users, normalized by Internet users in any given country. The darker the region, the […]

An SEOs Guide to HTTP Status Codes

An SEOs Guide to HTTP Status Codes

November 25, 2012

This infographic from SEOmoz shows how search bots see internet browser status codes and how this effects SEO. This infographic effectively shows how this system works and the best way to maintain high SEO results. Source

How Cookies Work On The Web

How Cookies Work On The Web

August 6, 2012

The topic of cookies seems to come up more as part of the larger privacy discussion. There are apparently cookies creeping into our information, taking bits of us and sending it to anyone who we can imagine wouldn’t want to see it. All of the search engines use them, the advertisers, Facebook and social networks. […]

The Browser You Loved to Hate

The Browser You Loved to Hate

July 15, 2012

Some people are trying the new Internet Explorer and actually liking it. Not that they would say that out loud. Curious? It’s a new browser. Source