Portal Opera Yang Baru

July 27, 2009 | Opera | , , , , , , ,

New Opera Portal Portal Opera ini bisa digunakan sebagai homepage pada browser Anda. Tidak harus menggunakan browser Opera, karena toh ini web base. Tetapi mungkin Anda perlu mendaftar di My Opera agar bisa menyimpan setingan sesuai keinginan.

Di halaman ini sudah terpasang beberapa RSS feed situs/portal berita berbahasa Indonesia untuk beberapa kategori. Misalnya feed dari Antara, Detiksport, Livescore, Kompas, Tempo Interaktif, dan masih banyak lagi.
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Number Nine!

May 29, 2009 | Uncategorized | , , ,

After a few days joining Opera's affiliate program, I never thought that I would go this far! 😮

I was thinking that I'll be lucky enough if I could be listed on number 30-40, but now I see my self on list number nine! :yes:

It drives me to raise my position and I'm preparing some strategies to achieve my goal 😀

Meanwhile, please help me to raise my position by click banner below and download this coolest browser on earth.

Download Opera, the fastest and most secure browser

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Safari & Opera, The Facts

March 3, 2009 | Browsers | , , ,

Here is a collections of notes I found everywhere on the Net, about Safari’s new features. Quotes below are taken from a discussion entitled Deceptive Marketing on Safari 4:

  • RSS Reader
    Safari was the first browser that allowed reading of RSS feeds.

    On December 19th, 2003 Opera QA announces support for RSS in Opera 7.50 Preview 1.

  • Built-in Google Search
    Safari was the first popular browser to build a search field into its user interface.

    On December 6, 2000 Opera 5 was released with an integrated search field.

  • CSS 3 Web Fonts
    Safari was the first browser to automatically recognize websites that use custom fonts and download them as needed.

    Opera 10 Alpha, which was announced on December 4th, 2008 included support for web fonts.

  • Inline Progress Indicator
    Safari was the first browser to move the progress indicator into the address field, making it more visible and freeing up space for web content.

    On October 26, 2004, Opera 7.6 TP2 included a progress field in the address bar as seen under the heading “OK, preview 2 of V7.6 has finally been released” on the page in the link.

  • HTML 5 Media Support
    Websites can now deliver rich, interactive media as easily as they deliver images. The first browser to support HTML 5 audio and video tags, Safari helps developers create media-rich sites that don’t require additional plug-ins.

    On April 17, 2007, Opera Labs announced an experimental version of Opera 9.5 with support for the video HTML element.

  • Download Management
    Safari was the first popular browser with a download management window. Use it to view the progress of your downloads; pause, resume, or cancel a transfer; or find the location of downloaded files.

    Where they have been? In a cave?

  • Tabs Organizing
    Safari was the first browser to let you organize tabs by dragging and dropping

    If they don’t count Opera and Chrome, it is true.

Here are some other thoughts, with original source (link) included.

  • I thought Apple never copies anyone? Wheres the innovation? It seems more like a Chrome Clone… (source)
  • Fans of Opera’s Speed Dial and Google Chrome will say that Safari 4’s “Top Sites” page looks awfully familiar. Like Chrome, Top Sites shows a thumbnail grid of web sites you’ve visited based on frequency, which changes as your browser history does over time… (source)
  • Well, it seems like Apple’s new web browser “marketing campaign” is most of the time based on lies… (source)

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