patrick — Sun, 2009-06-21 16:27
I've not bothered much with the adobe groups website... Partly because I don't use adobe products, but also because Adobe is using the autocomplete="off" attribute on the password input field... This means due to my already decreased interest in actually using the website this makes it even more of a pain to do things that *should* be very very *simple* like saying "Yes, I do want to go to <CFLunch/>".
patrick — Tue, 2007-04-03 11:56
Welcome to another edition of "What can go wrong in web design"... or "My Little Opera Rant".
patrick — Fri, 2007-03-30 16:11
As great as Firefox is for web development, it still has it's quirks (just like every other browser). Granted, the few I've run into are nowhere near as bad as IE's quirks, bugs, & bad implimentations. This latest project is proving quite interesting...
My preference for development is to develop in Firefox & then check it in IE - just to make sure it's still at least readable.
patrick — Wed, 2006-09-13 16:42
Craig Fowler stumped me today until he provided a further sampling of his code. Shortly thereafter I realized what the issue was as I've run into the same issue in the past (& hopefully this page will prevent me being stumped in the future).
The code he initially presented me with was
<a onclick="obj1.doSomething();"> ...
and he stated he was having issues with using
this.someMethod(); inside of
patrick — Sun, 2006-08-20 17:35
I switched to Firefox several years ago after having used the Mozilla suite. Considering I'm lazy & that's why I like computers... I like having the inline autocomplete turned on so I don't have to type very much of a URL I've previously been to. I keep forgetting that Firefox doesn't yet have this built in as an easy option because I tend to set it & forget.