How Your Website Looks On Different Devices And Browsers See How To Use BrowserStack First of all to use BrowserStack, you’ll need to visit their site at www.browserstack.com/screenshots/ Which will give you a page similar to below. Using BrowserStack is really simple, First – Insert your web address / or a theme demos web address (like in the image above)Then choose the different devices and browsers you want to see a screenshot ofClick “Generate screenshots” Offline Apps with Application Cache: Quickstart, Tips, and Deep Dive I’ve been mucking with AppCache, aka ApplicationCache. It’s the secret sauce that lets you build offline apps, which is great for performance and fabulous for pretending to be an iPhone app when you’re not. Quickstart an Offline App As with most HTML5 technologies, the basic usage is quite simple: Create a trivial trio of HTML, CSS, and JS files, maybe with an image or two.
AjaxTwits – Load Tweets on your website with AJAX Twitter is an amazing service to keep in touch with everyone on the Internet. It’s easy, fast and there are a lot of Twitter applications. I came up with the idea to Ajaxify (is that even a word?) the tweets on my website. As you can see, it’s on the right, below the last.fm recently played. 10 Awesome CSS3 Buttons to use on your website Home Blogging Design