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AMP page on an unsupported desktop browser?

AMP is just HTML/CSS/JS, that's why it works in all modern browsers. Browsers don't really "read AMP", they read HTML/CSS/JS because that's what AMP is comprised of. From the AMP ...
Maximillian Laumeister's user avatar
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Is posting a small "upgrade your browser" message enough to get users off IE 7 so that they see ads?

Unfortunately there is not much you can do to prevent this as there will always be people in the world who use outmoded technology far beyond its usefulness. You can add a banner block (which should ...
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar
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Why am I being asked to download "Push" on any adsense based website?

This is a glitch with the MIME types on the AdSense servers which occurred some time ago. Last time I spoke to Google about it I was told that it was being fixed but it still comes up on occasion. ...
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar
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An alternate way to access adsense

I remember back in the day I used my phone to access adsense and I get redirected to the mobile site but I forgot the actual URL to it. The actual URL of the "Low-bandwidth version" is: https://www....
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AMP page on an unsupported desktop browser?

AMP is intended to be a copy of your original page. You should always have a regular HTML version of every page, and consider that the primary copy, the one that most visitors will see - no matter ...
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How can I activate a suggestion box on form fields for improved UX? Does this relate to autocomplete="on"?

The autocomplete feature is designed to help users complete common form fields, typically things like addresses, usernames, etc.. So if your form fields share common names with other sites, then the ...
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Microsoft Edge browser not correctly filtering PDF files in upload file dialog with Contact Form 7

Your Contact Form 7 is using accept=".pdf" on the file input HTML. This instructs browsers that know how, to only show files which have a file name matching the pattern. Ideally your contact form ...
Stephen Ostermiller's user avatar
1 vote

OpenType Variable Fonts: Supported Browsers

Lets get to the simpler answer first, browser support for variable fonts: Firefox developer editions have some level of support, now Chrome 62, Chrome Android, Safari iOS, and Safari. Based on usage, ...
Lena Weber's user avatar
1 vote

When using a stacked font-family, what does the browser use when NONE of the specified fonts are present?

There is a falsehood that keeps getting repeated: the browser will pick the "system default" for "serif" or "sans-serif" when any other previously in the list are not available. In my tests with ...
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HTML Character Entities/Special characters with crossbrowser/crossplatform support?

It depends on your font. Choose one that supports all the Greek characters a good policy. Go to Google Fonts to find a good one. Since a while back, last century, around Netscape Navigator 3.0 let's ...
Tomachi's user avatar
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