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Netcraft Toolbar for Firefox 3 Released

Netcraft have released a Firefox 3 compatible version of their widely used anti-phishing toolbar. The new 1.2 version can be downloaded from addons.mozilla.org. We named the Netcraft Toolbar as one of our Top Web Browsing Extensions and are delighted to be able to continue using it with the lastest version of our favourite web browser. Read More »


May 20, 2008 | by Adam Pope

XSS Vulnerability at PayPal could lead to Phishing

A cross-site scripting vulnerability (XSS) has been found in online payment processing firm PayPal’s website. The vulnerability allows arbitrary code execution and could be used in a Phishing attack to gather data from unsuspecting users.


May 16, 2008 | by Adam Pope

Digg Releases New Comment System

Digg, the quintessential Web 2.0 social news site has released an update to its comment system. This is a much needed update to a crumbling system. The previous incarnation use to kill my browser if their were more than a couple of hundred comments, the new system is faultless – even on the announcement of Read More »


May 16, 2008 | by Adam Pope

CSS Tab Navigation Creation Made Easy

iZone are proud to announce the beta release of a new time-saving tool for web designers and developers: iZone Design Tab Creator.  No coding. No need for PhotoShop. Quick and easy Horizontal tabbed navigation created with standards compliant CSS and XHTML is becoming a very popular choice among web designers and developers. Our Tab Creator Read More »


May 15, 2008 | by Adam Pope

Photo Touchup in Photoshop CS3

Photo TouchupThis tutorial will take us back to basics using some of the simplest yet most effective Photoshop CS3 tools available to us. The Burn, Dodge and Sponge tools.

Using these tools, we will turn an otherwise dull image into something far more beautiful.

Although they are examples of ‘destructive’ Photoshoping, when dealing with small areas of images, especially photos, it is far easier and more effective to ‘paint in’ these effects rather than using masks to create similar results.


May 13, 2008 | by Dave Kelly