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Firefox and Invalid XHTML

Just an FYI for anyone using the “application/xhtml+xml” content type on their site or web app. If you try to insert a piece of HTML that isn’t valid XHTML, you will get the following error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x80004003 (NS_ERROR_INVALID_POINTER) [nsIDOMNSHTMLElement.innerHTML]” nsresult: “0×80004003 (NS_ERROR_INVALID_POINTER)” location: “JS frame :: https:/example.com/jquery.js :: anonymous […]

Firefox 3.5 + WordPress Slowness

I’ve been experiencing some slowness of late working with WordPress (specifically the admin dashboard) on Firefox 3.5. Opera and Safari seemed to be just fine, but it has been taking a really long time lately to do things like bring up the “Edit Page” admin page. It finally got annoying enough that I had to […]

Links for February 5th through February 10th

These are my links for February 5th through February 7th

Links for February 2nd through February 3rd

These are my links for February 2nd through February 3rd

Links for January 29th through January 30th

These are my links for January 29th through January 30th

Back

It has been quite a while since I’ve posted on the blog. I’m planning on posting more often in the future, but I’ve said that in the past, so who knows what will happen. Not to make excuses, but I have been busy of late, launching a new website for a client and moving my […]

YupNope

Blogging seems to have fallen down on the list of things I need to do, so as a result it has been a while since I’ve posted anything. One of the things I’ve been working on instead of keeping the interweb buzzing with my keen insight and immaculate prose is working on a new website. […]

Web Design Time

I’ve been doing quite a bit of web design in my spare time lately and wow, this is so accurate it is scary. I particularly like ‘Time spent trying to get the layout to work with CSS before giving up and using tables’. And of course getting a site to work in IE has been […]

Microsoft Lawyers Threaten MVP

In another example of Microsoft being more about legal wrangling than software development, Jamie Cansdale has been threatened for making TestDriven.Net work with Visual Studio Express. TestDriven.Net is a very popular unit testing addon for Visual Studio and one that Cansdale earned a Microsoft MVP award for developing. I can’t believe the morons in Redmond […]

Google – Customer Service for the 21st Century

Considering I’ll have a lot more to capture on video come August, I decided to look into purchasing a camcorder several weeks ago. I read some reviews, went to a few stores and generally did my research. I ended up deciding on the JVC Enverio line of HDD products. JVC has been building hard drive […]