links for 2008-09-14

  • In this post I want to illustrate some tips which can help you to improve your Blogger template to design a professional layout for your blog.
  • is a modern DSL speedtest to analyze your broadband internet access. You find that your internet connection is too slow or you are just curious how fast you are – is a perfect tool for a fast speed check – worldwide. measures your current internet speed to the nearest server (we have almost 50.000 server worldwide). We test your download (speed with which you receive data from internet), upload (speed with which you send data to the internet), connection test (maximal number of connections per minute) as well as ping (response time between your computer and the internet). All test are performed within your browser over HTTP (TCP) and requires no further software than a newer browser with activated Flash.
  • With each new release of Windows Internet Explorer, support for the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) standard has steadily improved. Internet Explorer 6 was the first fully CSS Level 1-compliant version of Internet Explorer. Windows Internet Explorer 8 is planned to be a fully CSS Level 2.1-compliant browser, and will support some features of CSS 3. If your Web site targets browsers that include earlier versions of Internet Explorer, you want to know the level of CSS compliance for those versions. This article provides an at-a-glance look at CSS compliance across recent versions of Internet Explorer, including support in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 and planned support in the final version of Internet Explorer 8. This article's organization is loosely based on that of the CSS reference documentation on MSDN. It contains the following sections:
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