The typeof operator is very useful at the moment for checking what kind or type of object we are dealing with. It returns a string containing the datatype of the object. However, this operator has some flaws at the time of detecting an array or a null value which in those cases it returns object.
As I have previously mentioned, CSS3 allows for web techniques such as: text shadows, rounded borders, animations, custom web fonts, and much more.
The following browsers support this feature: Opera 9.5+, Chrome, Firefox 3.5+, and Safari 1.1+. Historically, this feature was only supported by Safari, but now all recent major browsers support this property except IE.
Here is a list of over 50 tools and resources that you may find useful in your web development and design work.
No matter what stage you are in the website process, every step of the way, you should consider making your website more user-friendly
Remember that 90% of the time people are looking for information when they enter a website, and they are looking for that information immediately.