Magnus Peter Langeland
Studying IT during day time and writing blog posts for Vivaldi by night.
Found yourself buying a new monitor for Christmas and now you’re wondering why all your favorite Web sites look slightly bigger than before? Or perhaps you’ve installed a new operating system and now you’re working at a higher screen resolution than you're used to. Whatever the case may be, knowing how to change zoom levels can be handy. It can make reading easier and might give your eyes some relief. Here’s how to adjust the zoom in Vivaldi.
Whether you are a seasoned programmer or just starting out, having the right tools can be a huge help to your workflow. Web panels are one of those tools that can make life easier for developers who build the Web.
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 07:27
Wouldn’t it be great if you could quickly search your favourite sites without first having to navigate to their main page? With Vivaldi’s custom search engines you can!
Tuesday, 25 October 2016 03:44
There’s no doubt that automating frequently used browsing tasks makes things more efficient and faster. Previously, we’ve mentioned the advantages of being a keyboard shortcuts pro - this time, let’s look at mouse gestures.
Being a pro at keyboard shortcuts doesn’t just boost your geek factor, there are several actual reasons why you should use shortcuts more often. Here at Vivaldi, we use them all the time. This is why we not only give users so many shortcuts out of the box, but also the ability to customise each one to their own unique preference.
School has started and here are 4 Vivaldi tips to help you succeed through the semester and be more productive. Whether you’re in elementary school, middle school, high school, college or grad school, using Vivaldi will ensure you’re ahead of the curve.
The latest version of Vivaldi escalated customizations to another level. The new theme engine in 1.3 certainly gives you another reason to say "I browse the way I want to"
Friday, 12 August 2016 10:22
You can now customize Vivaldi browser more than ever before. In the third episode of our Browsercast series, designer Henrik and QA engineer Ruarí talk about how they made the new theming engine for Vivaldi 1.3.
They discuss the technology and frameworks that were used and the overall design philosophy behind it.
Thursday, 04 August 2016 21:51
Rio 2016 will be the most live Olympics EVER. You'll have streams, social media and constant news updates. Luckily, Vivaldi is the perfect browser to keep up with what is happening. Here are 4 ways to stay in the loop:
Tuesday, 02 August 2016 02:09
In our second Browsercast, Molly and Jon dive deeper into the topic of open standards and why no one should "own" the web.