Google Chrome Frame — the Beginning of the End of IE Tyranny?
Google just introduced a new tactic in the browser wars, and this one’s juicy. It’s called Google Chrome Frame.
What it does is it makes Internet Explorer render websites using Google Chrome in a frame. That means that IE can have HTML 5 compatibility and all the other WebKit goodness. The catch? Google Chrome Frame will only activate if webmasters ask it to by adding a meta tag. So I created a plugin that does just that.
Download the Google Chrome Frame Plugin from WordPress.org
Hopefully, GCF will start to shift users from rendering sites in IE 6/7/8 to Google Chrome. Continue reading “Google Chrome Frame Plugin for WordPress”
Firefox gets all the cool toys
As I’ve written before, Firefox SEO — not Safari — gets all the glory. One of the great things about Firefox is the Add-ons (plugins) that extend its functionality. For web developers and SEOs, it’s vital to easily see what rank your website has when doing searches. There are tons of Firefox SEO Add-ons, but I use the following Firefox SEO addons:
These add-ons make browsing much easier when you’re doing some SEO research. There are no cool Safari SEO Plugins (ask Google, it’s true), but I wasn’t satisfied…so I made my own (kinda).
I am pleased to announce the best Safari SEO plugin alternative. Continue reading “Introducing: the SEO Stylesheet for Safari, Firefox, Opera, and IE”