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As I'm sure you are all aware, Internet Explorer 9 was released a  couple of weeks ago, and last week I had the pleasure of testing my first website on it.  I had very high hopes because all the reviews said it was a  great browser: fast, standards compliant and a joy to work with. Maybe Microsoft had  at last  produced a  browser that wouldn't cause pain to developers worldwide!...

When you search for a service in a specific location (for example restaurant in Edinburgh) on Google or Bing, you will often see a map of the area with local listings. It essential to appear on these listings if you are a business, especially if you work in a specific geographical area. If you appear on the map when a user searches, you will be at the very top of the search page, even if your standard listing is...

Sometimes it's the little things that make the difference in user interfaces. A seemingly minor change can have a massive effect on the look and feel.It is easy in jQuery to make an object expand in size on hover: simply attach an animate effect to a hover event. However, this doesn't result in a nice effect. The hover feels clunky awkward. Instead I wanted the icons to expand to meet the mouse as I moved towards it, giving a nice...