Google Chrome: Return to the old design

With the latest release of Chrome (i.e. 69), Google browser, a new design was introduced. Chrome now has square tabs for example, and somewhat different colours are used as well (i.e. lighter colour scheme). However, you may dislike this new Chrome layout. You may think: how to go back to the old Chrome? Since you Continue reading →

 

Enable Material Design in Google Chrome

Google Material Design can be found on a wide range of Google products and services, from Google Android to Google Calendar. Now, Google is starting to introduce the material design language in their Google Chrome webbrowser as well. It’s a big step forward when it comes to design for this web browser. Since its introduction, Continue reading →

 

Enable Edge-like smooth scroll in Google Chrome

Microsoft‘s Edge browser brings a ton of great features. It’s Microsoft’s brand new browser that was introduced together with their latest operating system, Windows 10. One of these features is smooth scrolling. This means that when you scroll (with a trackpad, a mouse or by touch), the page will smoothly advance. This gives a very natural Continue reading →

 

MailClient Header Information

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Hide all WordPress update notifications in dashboard

WordPress has a build-in upgrade system. This system automatically informs you when there is an upgrade available for WordPress, or one of the themes or plugins that are installed on your WordPress installation. To disable this update notification, there is no switch in the settings menu or anywhere else in the admin dashboard. To prevent Continue reading →

 

WebRTC in a Nutshell

In a world where almost everyone has a smartphone (or any other smart device, e.g. a smartwatch), the customer is spending an increasing amount of time online such as in the web browser or on mobile apps. Consumer-grade solutions for real-time audio-visual and textual communication are widely available and popular among audiences of all ages. Examples Continue reading →

 

Check if a website supports HTTP/2

The web is ready to get a whole new protocol! Since about 1997, the web has been mostly powered by HTTP/1.1. Back in the 90’s, the web had other needs than we have today. The new protocl version, HTTP version 2 or in short HTTP/2, has some much needed improvements in terms of speed, reliability Continue reading →

 

Wrap text on line break with CSS

If you have a block of text and you want to display it with linebreaks, such as my public PGP Key, you can add the following style to that paragraph: So this: Becomes this: You might have to add some browser specific prefixes: