Some More del.icio.us Links

As some of you my know, we have a delicious account that we post on quite a bit. If you do follow us on there, then you can probably ignore this post, but I figured I’d highlight some of our recent links, as you may find them interesting.

Determining Browser Market Share – I found this interesting, especially since the questions about what browsers to code (and debug) for come up quite a bit with designing and implementing new sites. In other words, do we build on IE6 or Firefox 3, for example? This link is at least showing that FF3 has a greater market share in general, and is a whole lot easier to build on. Our general practice at Agathon is to start with the latest Firefox, ensure functionality in Safari (which is not difficult) then IE7 (this is more difficult), and then IE6 if needed (which is by far the most difficult).

Best UNIX commands on the web – Anyone using one of our grids could certainly find these handy.

10 Advanced PHP Tips – When are PHP tips not handy?

Donation Usability: Increasing Online Giving – Very useful research done on how donations are lost simply because ministries and charities don’t communicate what they are about and they don’t know how to use donations well. Great research and info in here for Non-Profits, Ministries, and Charities.

Modal Windows in Modern Web Design – Some nice tips on using Modal Windows in web design.

As always, if you’d like to see our other links, you can check out our full list on our delicious page.

We’re braving the depths of the internet, so you don’t have to go as deep! :-)

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