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  • Blog Post: Increase your search rankings with better web page titles

    Are you still waiting for a flood of visitors to find your site? Wondering if you need to invest in some online ads or an SEO specialist? Before you do any heavy lifting, first try the simple task of reviewing the titles of your web pages for their search relevance. I just published the following post...
  • Blog Post: Moving to Web Standards with SuperPreview

    Internet Explorer 8 was an important release because it signaled a renewed emphasis on Web Standards at Microsoft. My team—which develops the authoring tool, Expression Web—is also pretty emphatic about Web Standards. We’re in the process of doing significant tooling (and retooling) so we can support...
  • Blog Post: Free Internet Explorer debugging tool: Microsoft Expression Web SuperPreview for Windows Internet Explorer

    Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer is a free stand-alone visual debugging tool that makes it faster and easier to migrate your sites from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 7 or 8. Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer shows your web pages rendered in Internet Explorer...
  • Blog Post: SuperPreview Technology

    Hi, I'm a Program Manager for SuperPreview and wanted to blog a bit about how the technology of SuperPreview works. My goal is to help our users better understand the capabilities of SuperPreview and some of its limitations. SuperPreview captures an image rendering and DOM after a web page loads....
  • Blog Post: Article on SuperPreview on Expression Community website

    Steve Guttman, Product Unit Manager for Expression Web, contributed the following article on SuperPreview to the Expression Community website: http://expression.microsoft.com/en-us/dd565874.aspx
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Expression Web SuperPreview

    How many times have you had to debug your web pages on virtual or multiple machines running different versions of Internet Explorer? Or had to wait for a slow web service to return renderings of your pages? You don't have to do that anymore. Now you can debug your pages on multiple versions of...
  • Blog Post: Phasing out Internet Explorer 6

    This is Paul Laberge, Web Platform Advisor for Microsoft Canada. I wanted to share this with you as it shows some great work by Morten Rand-Hendriksen , an Expression Web MVP out of Vancouver.  Morten is a web designer and feels the pain of supporting multiple browsers (and multiple versions of...
  • Blog Post: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript reference at your fingertips: FireScope add-on for Firefox

    SitePoint has released the “first phase” of their JavaScript reference , and they’ve also completely redesigned their Reference Site for improved usability. To coincide with the redesign, they’ve released a handy Firefox add-on called FireScope to integrate their HTML and CSS reference (sadly not their...
  • Blog Post: SEO toolbar for Firefox

    Free search engine optimization toolbar for your Firefox web browser. “What would happen if you smooshed together many of the best parts of Rank Checker, SEO for Firefox, the best keyword research tools across the web, a feed reader (pre-populated with many SEO feeds), a ton of competitive research tools...
  • Blog Post: The Quirkiness of Quirks Mode

    Hi, I'm Michelle Rosenthal, a new tester on the Expression Web team. My recent work on Expression Web has brought to my attention the importance of document type declarations (referred to as DOCTYPEs) and understanding the effect of these declarations on how content is displayed in different web browsers...
  • Blog Post: Public beta 2 of Internet Explorer 8 is now available!

    A public BETA of Internet Explorer 8 is now available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/ie8 .  The Internet Explorer team provides a good overview of what you’ll find in BETA 2 at: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/08/27/internet-explorer-8-beta-2-now-available.aspx Especially note these...
  • Blog Post: Spifftacular borders with CSS3

    I've been reading a lot about CSS3 lately, where it's going and all the cool stuff I can't wait for browsers to implement. My personal favorite at the moment is the ability to easily use graphics for borders. Say I want to go crazy with my borders and create something like this: ...
  • Blog Post: Previewing your Web Pages in Safari

    Web designers now have one more web browser to test their websites in: Safari for Windows . [[UPDATE 11/21/2007: The 3.0.4 release of Safari for Windows fixes the problem described in the rest of this blog post. If you have version 3.0.4 or later of Safari for Windows, you can preview your web pages...
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