Dehumanized wrote: »
Here's the very first link I pulled out of Google. It's from back in April so the results are going to be unkind to Microsoft Edge (which was still named Project Spartan at the time), and there's certainly been improvements in most if not all of the browsers in the past few months, but it shows Chrome having a definite lead on HTML5 compliance.
Note that, unless there's majority browser support for any given HTML5 feature, supporting said feature is mostly academic because it'd be a very bad choice as a web designer to build a feature that only a small percentage of your users could take advantage of.
nexuscrawler wrote: »
I work in it in a place that does medical pr
Chrome isn't hipaa compliant which is a thing
jothki wrote: »
I'm starting to get sick of my Surface Pro 3 Internet Explorer sometimes blanking out the current webpage (is that a problem unique to Windows 8? Never saw anything like that before getting the Surface). Does Firefox Sync carry over everything, including addons and addon settings? If it does, I may set up Firefox there as well and do a one-time connection or something.
Frem wrote: »
I found a Reddit thread with some about:config options in it. You may be able to disarm pinch to zoom by changing them. https://m.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/2sev5z/firefox_for_tablets/