This report showcases usage data related to Portable Network Graphics (PNG) support. PNG is a bitmapped image format
that supports transparency and lossless compression. The PNG format was developed in large part to be a replacement
for the GIF file format. Only certain browsers support PNG alpha transparencies, so the stats below related to support
for PNG files are critical to understand when utilizing them on web sites. Read complete report details below
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The utilization of PNG files offers many potential advantages for web developers and designers. One of the most important of which
is the use of alpha transparencies. This feature can be especially useful when implementing images on top of gradients. As an
example, the image of the owl on the top-left of StatOwl.com is a PNG file.
Digital Trading Standards Group Launches UK Good Practice Principles
Association of Online Publishers (AOP) (press release) / 12/17/13
The Principles are endorsed by the UK's Joint Industry Committee for Web Standards, known as JICWEBS**, and replace the Internet Advertising Sales House (IASH) Code of Conduct. The Principles are supported by leading advertising businesses*** and ...
Microsoft Takes Initiative For Raising Awareness For Web Standards
TechVorm / 12/11/13
Microsoft supports web standards for a fast and fluid web experience including touch browsing. #STAND4RDS is about Microsoft's commitment to delivering a quality browsing experience that users can access through the all new Internet Explorer 11 on ...
Interview with Adobe's open web standards guru
opensource.com / 12/5/13
This flip side of this challenge is that we get to bring a unique voice to the communities that are developing browsers and new web standards. Adobe's history and DNA are closely tied to designers and the tools they use. It's great to be able to represent their ...
Why you should care about web standards
VentureBeat / 11/6/13
Why you should care about web standards. Why you should care about web standards. olly / Shutterstock. November 6, 2013 11:27 AM Divya Manian. 0 · DevBeat 2013. Nov. 12 - 13, 2013. San Francisco, CA. Tickets On Sale Now. Editor's note: Divya Manian ...
Web Standards Group Gets New Privacy Leaders
MediaPost Communications / 9/18/13
The Center for Democracy and Technology's Justin Brookman and Adobe's Carl Cargill will join Matthias Schunter as co-chairs of a group that is trying to craft privacy standards, the Web standards organization World Wide Web Consortium announced on ...
Do Not Track standards group shoots down advertiser proposal
CNET / 7/16/13
Topics: Corporate and legal,: Advertising and marketing; Tags: Web standards,: Comcast,: standard,: AOL,: W3C,: DNT,: Yahoo,: Do Not Track · Stephen Shankland. Stephen Shankland writes about a wide range of technology and products, but has a ...
Bop Design Announces the Importance of W3C Standards
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) / 7/10/13
Created in 1994, W3C is an international community of member organizations that articulates web standards so that websites look and work the same in all web browsers. Its mission is to lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing standards, ...
An m-commerce site that 'defies all mobile web standards'
InternetRetailer.com / 6/13/13
GNC's mobile site defies all mobile web standards with no performance optimization techniques implemented at all.” GNC needs to make a number of changes to provide a reasonably good customer experience to its mobile shoppers, Giri says. First, cutting ...
W3C chief calls for tighter control over cloud standards
TechRadar UK / 5/31/13
He said: "Identifying future trends and needs for standardisation is an important focus […] we now need a richer conversation between core web standards and the cloud." Jaffe said the cloud, which he sees as a "natural progression" of the web, will grow in ...
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