Internet Explorer and Web Standards

Many times I see people complaining about Internet Explorer 9 not rendering properly a “standard” web page, after digging into what the problem can be it normally resumes into two options: The web page is not using the document mode “IE9 standards”. The web page is using conditional comments making use of browser detection instead […]

How to increase returning visitors traffic and measure it

Increase returning visitors traffic is one of the metrics any web analyst has in mind, this is because it means you are obviously increasing the loyalty of your audience and helps to guarantee the continuity of your site. There are many more metrics of course like conversion, page views, bounce rates … but in this […]

Why I use IE8

Let’s be clear I like Internet Explorer. I use IE8 and I have to hear jokes and all kind of comments because of it. Before I joined Microsoft I was arguing for a while until get tired of the conversation, moment where I ended always with a “yeah … it is”. Things like “but IE […]

Google Safe Browsing API with Internet explorer

These days lot of bloggers have been writing about the new API of Google: Google Safe Browsing API. The Safe Browsing API is an experimental API that enables client applications to check URLs against Google’s constantly updated blacklists of suspected phishing and malware pages. I think this is a cool API and if you want […]