The new MacBook Pro comes with a Touch Bar. This touch-screen-as-a-keyboard element is programmable and all macOS applications are expected to provide some contextual content. Safari is no exception. What does it display and how is your web site impacted? Continue reading MacBook Pro Touch Bar icon preview, and why it matters
Five days ago, Kacper Szurek sent me an email to warn me about a security issue in the WordPress plugin. It was fixed a few minutes ago. Please update to v1.2.13. How dangerous this breach was? It would allow an Continue reading XSS vulnerability fixed in the WordPress plugin
Alright. Favicon is not the most sensible topic around. Plus this icon is expected to be published and viewed by as much visitors as possible. Or not. Maybe you’re doing some experiments with RealFaviconGenerator. Maybe you work on a secret Continue reading SSL Support
With the new Android Chrome editor came new design elements. In particular, the dedicated picture management was different of iOS and Windows. It hurts. This has been fixed. Now the dedicated pictures are all similar, in their own tabs. As Continue reading It’s about consistency
iOS lets you define a startup image. When your visitors add your web site to their home screen, this image is displayed for a short time when the home screen link is clicked. Now you can create this image with Continue reading iOS startup image now available via the API
The iPhone 6 was released a few hours ago. Guess what? The iPhone 6 Plus and its large screen comes with a new Apple Touch icon: a 180×180 picture. RealFaviconGenerator was just updated to provide you the latest set of Continue reading Say hello to the iPhone 6 Plus and its 180×180 icon!
Favicon is more or less complex from a platform to another. I think Chrome for Android is the trickiest. With iOS, things are not that easy but clear: Apple defined the Apple Touch icon, a proprietary mechanism. This approach makes Continue reading Android Chrome and its favicon