I've just updated my sortable table script to version 1.5, in which it is fixed to work in Safari for Mac OS X 10.4 as well, (I didn't even know that it wasn't working in there since it always worked in the nightly). I'm now taking new feature requests for this script, so hit me …Read: "Sortable table v1.5"
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As I logged in to my Mint stats this morning, I saw that FeedBurner had registered 0 feedreaders for both yoast.com and www.css3.info. Now I know for a fact that that isn't true, and indeed, one the support forums it seems that more people have this problem. Update: it seems this problem was solved within …Read: "FeedBurner down?"
Ok, i've fixed one hell of a bug in the table sorting script which must have been in there for at least 2 months, screwing up sorting incredibly, sorry for that. I added in a new feature as well, you can now have dates formatted as 01-Jan-1970, and it will sort these right as well. …Read: "Update to sortable table script"
The W3C announced the release of an API for the HTML validator or rather, that's what they call it. In fact, it's nothing more than an output filter on their normal validator output, which gives SOAP 1.2 conforming output. It requires a HTTP request though, which makes it a rather funny "API" to deal with.Read: "W3C Validator API"
So last weekend I installed PHP5 on my server, to finally be able to do some new stuff, and this, it seemed, created some trouble with my SEO scripts that used NUSOAP. What is the problem? Well it's easy: PHP5 has a soapclient built in, and this causes trouble :).Read: "PHP5 and NUSOAP"
There's a new feature in the WebKit nightlies: media queries. Media queries allow you to "query" the user agent for some of it's specifics right from within the CSS, and match your CSS to that. I have a media queries page in my CSS3 section, which shows some examples of it's use. One of the …Read: "Media Queries work in WebKit!"