Monthly Archives: August 2005

Most Useful Site Ever

This is by far the most useful site ever. In the last month I have visited it every day. Its a pleasure to read, is full of accurate information for JavaScript programmers. When I say “most useful site ever” I … Continue reading

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We Apologise For This Break In Transmission…

I was up too late playing with the Great Satan that is cross browser JavaScript to have any brain power left to make an insightful or informative blog post. So instead.. here is a picture of dogs playing pool

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Nifty New JavaScript Library

Looks like a very nice wrapper of prototype, with great documentation and a really effective website. http://openrico.org/rico/demos.page  

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My New Word Of The Day – "Downstall"

down·stall     Pronunciation Key  (dounstôl)tr.v. down·stall·ed, down·stall·ing, down·stalls To transfer (data or programs) from a server or host computer to one’s own computer or device and then set it in position and prepare for use.

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XML Standalone Voodoo

The XML standalone declaration should always be last. The encoding declaration Second and the version info First. <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”yes” ?> GOOD <?xml version=”1.0″ standalone=”yes” encoding=”UTF-8″ ?> BAD See the XML Prolog and document type declaration format for clarity on this Prolog [22]  … Continue reading

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