- Posts Tagged ‘chrome’

ChromeDev Tools: Reverse Port Forwarding

Reverse Port Forwarding is fun in Mobile Web Development. It gives us access to localhost from Mobile and Tablet device. Is not this a fun? The only thing we need to do is to use four digit port number as 8080, 8081 etc. So, instead of http://localhost/index.php, now we need… (Continue)

Google’s Chrome New Tab Look has Changed

Google has updated the New Tab look for Chrome Web Browser. Earlier default was either your recent most visited tiles or chrome applications. Now, new tab is having Google's Search Bar and your most visited bookmarks. All installed Chrome Applications has been added to Bookmarks on the leftmost side.… (Continue)

Easy Reading Online Article on Web Page

Make reading easier online article on web pages with reader plugins. These plugins are available on both Firefox and Chrome browsers. I have found two plugins for reading pages with lots of data easier. One is iReader and another is just Reader. iReader is good one. Compared to background article,… (Continue)

Blog Web Scripting’s Vital Stats

Time has come again for vital stats about the blog "Web Scripting -  A web development blog". I have taken snapshots from Google Analytics tool. I will present monthly visitors, OS wise share of visitors to this blog, Web Browsers share of visitors to this blog and new in the… (Continue)

Browser Market Share – Sept, 2010

Browser Market Share, Sept 2010 - Worldwide Browser Market share, sept 2010 Browser Market Share, Sept 2010 - Worldwide, Visitors Sept 2010 browser share - visitors 54.17 % - Firefox, 22.25% - Chrome, 16.72 % - IE, 3.82 % - Safari, 2.27 % - Opera. Browser Market Share,… (Continue)

Web Browser IE is Up, Firefox and Chrome is down

In recent two consecutive months, IE has gained market share whereas Firefox and Chrome browser has lost market share in web browser usage world wide. This seems unrealistic considering Chrome and Firefox hype about fastness, secure and other features among youngsters. For Internet Explorer, June and July, 2010 has been… (Continue)

How to Clear Browser Cache ?

Here is an article for - How to clear your browser cache? It is not a question for most of you but I am writing it for all those who are reaching at How to Delete Cached File on Client Side ? when they just want to delete his own… (Continue)

HTML Symbol for Check Mark and Others

Here is another hurriedly written post but have some meaning to share with you. I got a promo mock up and there was a check mark (tick mark) symbol that is generally available in MS word. For that list items, I need image to use with CSS (list-style-image:url();). and that… (Continue)

Web Browser Usage Comparison – Feb/March 2010

Here are some stats about browser usages by visitors on my blog (Web Scripting). Data and graph presents are from my cPanel application Awstats and Google Analytics. Here is a Browser Usage stats from March 1 to 6. Data taken from Google Analytics. Browser Usage March 1- 6 - Web… (Continue)

Brizzly – a Chrome Extension for Facebook and Twitter

Today, I have tried Brizzly. It is a Google Chrome browser extension. It is a perfect extension if you are using fast browser Chrome on your system and you also regularly use Facebook and Twitter application. As I have experienced it is fast and works well for both Facebook and… (Continue)