Tag Archives: DOM

The web starts to blink: Chrome drops WebKit as its rendering engine – announces Blink

Recently, concerns arised that WebKit could become the new IE6 (the majority of web developers optimized and tested only for compatibility with IE6 before the great browser wars). As it turns out, these concerns will not fullfill, as the world’s … Continue reading

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“border-collapse:collapse;” vs. Google Chrome

table { border-collapse: collapse; } The “border-collapse” CSS property can be used to collapse the borders of tables/cells into a single border. http://www.w3schools.com/css/pr_tab_border-collapse.asp Unfortunately, Google’s Web Browser Chrome has problems with this property in huge table with many DOM elements, … Continue reading

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