Craig is a Director of OptimalWorks Ltd, a UK consultancy dedicated to building award-winning websites implementing standards, accessibility, SEO, and best-practice techniques.
What’s New in Chrome 31
Chrome 31 has been released. Craig reviews the good, bad and ugly new features.
How to Configure Automatic Updates in WordPress
Craig describes how to enable, disable and configure automated updates in WordPress 3.7.
IE11 Comes to Windows 7
IE11 has been released on Windows 7 which should make usage soar. Unfortunately, there’s still a small matter of that quarter of Windows users who can’t upgrade.
Internet Explorer 11: the Review
Craig reviews the latest version of Internet Explorer. Is the browser still uninspiring and increasingly unimportant? Has Microsoft addressed the problems? The results may surprise you.
Browser Trends November 2013: Ongoing IE Increases
Craig takes another look at desktop and mobile browser usage charts. The news may be less dramatic this month, but Microsoft continues to make gains.
What’s New in Firefox 25
Craig looks at the new features in the latest edition of Mozilla’s flagship browser.
Offline First: Your Next Progressive Enhancement Technique?
Mobile-first is already a good-practice design technique. What if we also consider offline-first so a web application works regardless of connectivity state. Craig discusses the technical implications.
What’s New in WordPress 3.7
Craig looks at the new and improved features in WordPress 3.7. You may not notice anything, but your maintenance tasks are about to become easier…
CSS3 Inheritance Tips and Tricks
CSS3 has a number of new inheritance keywords which could prove useful when browser vendors support them.