This post shows how you can turn off browser’s auto-complete feature off by just specifying an attribute to input element or on html form.
Anyway as long as browsers and their browsers are concerned users will usually stick to one once they are happy with it with basics (the normal users which are less technical). While developers and specially web-developers need to deal with various breed of them. I consider desktop-applications and their developers little lucky in this area. (Though the fact is – for many software vendors it’s difficult to make and test their software even in various flavors of Windows only.)
Friends, the War of browsers has always been very exciting. I have been using Flock at my home PC for quite sometime now (probably since version 0.8 or earlier while it was using Mozilla Firefox at it’s core..!)
Firefox 3.7 alpha turns Firefox 4.0 pre beta.. Firefox 4 is coming..!
Firefox 4 features and talk abouts:
* Complete Multiprocess architecture to take advantage of multi-core processors.
* New add-on framework Jetpack instead of current XUL, which will make addon/plugin developers life easy along with New add-on manager.
* Major UI Redesign: with design inspiration from Opera 10 and Chrome.
* More Standard Compliant
* TaskFox: see live demo in action
Today Mozilla has announced Firefox 3.6 availability for public use. It’s built on Mozilla’s Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering platform. I love to update my computer with every new release Firefox comes up with and...
Flock is a Social Web Browser. Currently Flock 2.5 is available for download as latest version of it. Under the hood it uses Mozilla core and Flock developer team has build-up a great Social Web Browser on top of it.