How to enable javascript in various browsers – help file


This is a help reference for those sites, which are javascript critical. You can use this in a page to which you redirect in your javascript disabled scenario. Microsoft Internet Explorer 1. On the Tools dropdown menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Security tab. 2. Click on the earth «Internet» icon, and then … Continue reading How to enable javascript in various browsers – help file

how to change the default text selection color in Browser


One of those cool CSS3 declarations that you can use today is ::selection, which overrides your browser-level or system-level text highlight color with a color of your choosing. The biggest hit is in the fact that only Safari and Firefox are supporting this, and both in slightly different ways. IE totally ignores them. Fortunately, this … Continue reading how to change the default text selection color in Browser

Styling a file upload control or input type = “file”


FileUpload control has weird styles, especially when you view them across browsers. The normal look and feel of the control, would look like something below: The Safari one looks really worth a bug for the testers. This solution to style fileupload controls is a concise and verified version of the solution by Michael McGrady. Step … Continue reading Styling a file upload control or input type = “file”

Setting screen width for Web sites to be viewed on iPhone


Fixing the width of the page in iPhone to a certain value is not direct. Safari is assuming an 800px width. The best solution to this is just by using the meta tags. Check the snippet below: To set the width to the screen width based on the mode he is in, be it landscape … Continue reading Setting screen width for Web sites to be viewed on iPhone

Avoid Outline for textboxes on focus in Safari


Safari has its own amazing styles with it. Most of them are pretty cool and makes the browser stand out. But some of them can affect the screen structure. One of them would be the blue outline that textboxes have on focus. The solution to this is a simple css fix. input:focus{ outline : none … Continue reading Avoid Outline for textboxes on focus in Safari

Avoid Resizing of textarea in Safari


Safari has its own amazing styles with it. Most of them are pretty cool and makes the browser stand out. But some of them can affect the screen structure. One of them would be the resizing of the multiline textboxes or textarea in Safari. But the solution is quite simple css fix. In the css … Continue reading Avoid Resizing of textarea in Safari