This is a blog post about the GOV.UK cookie banner and the reason it "won't go away" when navigating across UK government services. I also touch on security and privacy features available in modern browsers.
Posts tagged browsers
SSL certificate revocation is complex, but absolutely necessary. And your choice of what certificate to use for your site is important, and you should consider its impact on web performance when doing so too.
The `Save-Data` allows users to choose a data optimised browsing experience (if you put in the work).
Is a performance score of 100 in Lighthouse always for the better?
It's amazing what a few font tweaks can do to perceived performance. Now lighthouse hits 100/100 for performance!
Old versions of Internet Explorer are in decline, so let's reconsider the testing requirements.
Recently something has gone slightly awry with the clouds in the header on Chrome. I wonder what it could be?
Service workers are all the rage at the moment, but how do we simplify their creation?
The Service Manual gets an update to add Samsung Internet to the testing matrix.
After over a year of using AMP, it's time to back out and remove it.
Could the future of the mobile Web be upon us? Speed up your mobile pages using AMP!
Progressive web apps and Service Workers are the next big thing. Time to have a play with some tech!
I ran into a slight hiccup with IE and CSS3 animations, turned out to be a simple fix.
While developing a new mobile website I ran into an annoying issue while validating the input. Here's a solution, not nice but it works!
Working with Internet Explorer is never easy. jQuery takes some of the pain out of it, but not always!
As a long time user of Firebug for Firefox, Google Chrome's Developer Tools are making me think about changing my debug tool!
Cool graphics in the browser, the demoscene has woken up to WebGL. Bring on the amazing demos!
Microsoft have finally pulled their finger out and produced a respectable browser* (*Only for Vista and Windows 7 users)
Finally got round to HTML5ing my Wordpress theme. Lots to learn with the (ongoing) HTML5 specifications.
Google Chrome has a superb feature called 'Create application shortcut...'. To polish off this feature with your web application use high resolution icons.
With CSS3 it is now possible to add content to the page only using CSS. The content / layout lines are blurring just a little...
It looks like Microsoft are finally getting their act together with their up and coming version of Internet Explorer.
Google have been tweaking Gmail again. Labels disappeared? Here's a quick fix.
A few extensions I use with Firefox to make my Web Development life easier.
A quick and easy way to search websites from Google Chromes address bar.