Tag Archive: google chrome

You may have noticed that RSS Feeds do not work in Google Chrome (I am using version 7.0517.44). This is because Google Chrome does not support RSS Feeds.

To make RSS Feeds work on Google Chrome, you need to install the RSS Subscription Extension. The extension can be downloaded from here: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/nlbjncdgjeocebhnmkbbbdekmmmcbfjd

There are lots of other extensions for Google Chrome which are used to read RSS Feeds but this is the most downloaded one, so I stuck to it.

When using modern versions of internet browsers, such as: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 8, Opera 10, Safari 5 and Firefox 3 you may notice that the scroll bar is not visible if the website fits your resolution, for example www.google.com does not need a scroll bar on most resolutions.   The scroll bar only appears when the page needs to be scrolled, for example when viewing the news feed of Facebook.

Why am I saying this?

Some time ago, I was testing a small website I was developing for my game development team www.barbaganngames.com and I noticed that when I view the Team Page, the template of the website moves slightly (about 10 pixels) to the left.  I spent about 2 hours trying to debug this issue, and checking the HTML and CSS of my website to be sure that there is nothing wrong.  Then I realised it was because of the scroll bar appearing and disappearing in Chrome and not because of a bug in my website.

I hope this helps you when testing your site, and you don’t waste time debugging the website like I did.