Archive for September, 2009



Happy OneWeb Day

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Happy one web day!

Wish you all the best and let’s really have one web not just for a day but forever..

Today, I have been designing a dynamic web system for dogs (based on PHP/MySQL of course 😉 all day long so now I am going to the gym.

One of my dreams

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

One of my dreams is that every browser in the world renders CSS and XHTML the same way as Firefox does.
But this is just a dream, all the elements ususally have different parameters in different browsers (worst ones are the IEs), as a result it’s a hell for us.

As a result, even a totally valid CSS/mark-up website will look different under different browsers.

So what could we do? Simply, look every bit of your website under all the browsers, and see what’s different. After you see what’s different, redefine the CSS rules, so that they all match.

How browsers SHOULD render CSS:

Mozilla Service Week

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

During the week 14th-21st September, the Mozilla Foundation is organising their service week. During that time everyone, who has internet skills could help people, who don’t have.

This would help us change the world and the way the people use the web.

If you would like to help others or you need help, visit the project website:

I am one of the volunteers in there and will be glad to help you. One web for all!