If you are on sites such as GitHub, Reddit, Diaspora or Stack Exchange, chances are you’re already using the Markdown language. For those not familiar with it, let’s get you started by showing you a few ways to use it in Vivaldi.
Our recent Vivaldi team gathering was held in Reykjavik. Takaaki Yoshikawa talks about how working in the beautiful country of Iceland turned out very inspirational. Read on!
Ruarí first started working as a browser tester 10 years ago but he still has things to learn.
Today’s snapshot includes a couple of nice media improvements for Linux users, resolves a bunch of issues, and upgrades Chromium to 71.
Vivaldi is more than just a browser. It’s growing fast and we’re constantly asked by our users how they can get involved. Here are some ideas on how to jump on board.
In the latest snapshot, the long click Back/Forward button drop-down entries can be opened in a new tab via middle clicking.
The latest release of the Vivaldi browser makes new additions to its popular feature Quick Commands. Find out more on how you can improve your day-to-day browsing.
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 2.1.
The revamped registration and profile pages for Vivaldi.net are now live. Front-end developer Fredrik Andersson takes us through the thinking process and implementation of the new Vivaldi Account.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.1.
Today’s snapshot allows you set precise zoom values via Quick Commands and enables support for the AV1 codec.
Vivaldi 2.0 has been a major step forward for us and we’d like to thank you for spreading the word and helping us grow! Now, we’ve got some gifts for you. For all of you that is!