The output I get from caniuse.com is different and, I believe more informative -
This says to me that Android Browser used to be based on its own code in 2014/2015, but is now based on the Chromium 81. This is backed up by https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33998074/what-is-the-engine-of-android-native-browser. It is interesting to note that the Android ...
One major advantage of using PNGs is showing icons with more than one color. Also it's well supported by older browsers, althrough the IE 6 will have problems with transparent PNGs.
You might want to check font icons vs png icons on StackOverflow for a good comparison.
At the moment BPG looks promising, but is something I would not use on production websites (yet). Why?
are in the browser cache.
Because the bpg rendering ...
Ok, so we have confirmed that our calculations were incorrect.
Our provider was giving us reports based on the number of "visits". A visit is calculated based on the amount of time a user spends on our website. However, IE7 users might be rare but they might spend more time on a website compared to a Chrome user. This meant that the percentage we were going ...
There are many ways you can approach this, here is some that come to mind:
Google Search Operators
Using Google search and supported operators you should be able to find the adobe flash files, assuming that the sites do not block indexing of those files via headers noindex or robots.txt
Use something like this:
site:example1.com OR site:example2.com OR ...
I read elsewhere that google chrome browser ignores cache-control sent by the server and uses a value of zero.
Citation please? The only reference I found of this is a SO question (June 2012) that states that Chrome will override Cache-Control if the user specifically refreshes the page - which is understandable.
This would also be strange since Google ...
In this case, it doesn't matter. I would list the sitemap URL at the very bottom of the robots.txt, to keep things from being randomly jumbled up (it makes no sense to have it in the middle of a directive), but technically, this won't make a difference. You just want to have things properly ordered for yourself, and anyone else working on the website.
If 100% of your users use the Android browser according to your server logs then, yes, you should be worried.
I had two restaurants I created web sites for. One was next to a large financial institution and many of their employees ate at that restaurant for lunch. Logs showed that visitors to their web site had something like 60% visitors using IE9 (a while ...
Apparently, you can indeed disable Google Analytics cookies through PHP. How Wordpress goes about disabling cookies will determine whether it effects GA.
This code should disable GA cookies:
setcookie($key, '', time()-1000, '/', '.domain.com');
If WP is using a ...
png can be merged (all your site's png in one big png) to optimise the size. there is tool like compass (http://compass-style.org/) who automatize this functionnality. Then images are called with image position to display desired image on desired style.
For exemple i used 600ko icons, and when it is merged it does 111ko, and if you use browser cache, only ...
Firing off an AJAX call to the server in that function
Creating a server side script to capture that output and log it
Creating a ...
Your best bet is to fix the site so it works for MSIE10+, which in all liklihood means it will work for ...
If your concern is for compatibility, then you would need to change them to HTML5 - many browsers (particularly mobile) just won't execute flash files any more.
If you have the .fla file, then you could try opening it in a newer version of Flash and seeing whether it gives you option to export it. I wouldn't guarantee that it will - Flash 5 is 14 years old ...