I've noticed this in the new version of chrome, and ie9 and 10. Some urls in a photo gallery have a #id tag as they are supposed to display a full view of a picture. Basically, a div in a lower ...
At some point in the past I had a plugin for firefox that rewrites the HTML headers being sent by your browser, specifically the "Host:" line in the HTML GET request. I can't find this plugin online. ...
So when you want to embed google docs on a site you are given this chunk of code: <iframe width='500' height='300' frameborder='0' ...
I have an HTML file with the following markup in the head tag: <link rel="shortcut icon" href="myFavicon.ico" /> With that, I expect to see my "myFavicon.ico" icon display in Chrome's tab and ...