I’ve just created a new WordPress plugin to unstyle comment replies, which fixes an issues with zebra striping of comments in the newer versions (2.7 Check Out Your URL.x). You can find out more about it on the plugin page.
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I’ve been having trouble with a Scriptaculous sortable object that wasn’t catching the onUpdate function I’d assigned. In this case, I was using an UL for the parent with LIs inside. After digging into the code, I discovered that there are several criteria that must be for the actual items that are going to be sortable, or else the event won’t fire. These are: (more…)
We were just struggling here at work with an insane problem where IE 7 (and ONLY IE 7) was dropping sessions for PHP. Literally, we would try a trivial test case of creating a session and a new session id (generated with the session_id() function) would appear each time. Checking the session_save_path showed that new sessions were being created each time. In the end, we discovered that IE 7 will not save session cookies if there is an underscore in the domain name. (Our development sites frequently have an underscore in the subdomain name – it’s amazing that we hadn’t found this out earlier.) We’ve replaced the underscore with a hyphen, and everything appears to work correctly.
If you’ve had the pleasure of upgrading to 10.5, you may have noticed that OS X suddenly began acting like Windows. Whenever you download a file, it now prompts you with a message, asking if you really actually want to open the file. (more…)
I just happened across fbCal, which allows you to subscribe to your Facebook birthday list and events directly in your favorite calendar app (iCal in my case). If you’re as calendar-obsessed as myself, you should check it out!