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Archive for March, 2010

On the web programming, it’s common to use the “#” as the HREF value and apply the event handler on the “click” event. But if you don’t return false in the “on click” event handler, the “#” will be appended to the URL when user click on that link and it may ugly and even […]

I found another very interesting reference site on the DOM and JavaScript and it’s Dottoro: http://help.dottoro.com/ljxsqnoi.php For example, just check how much detail is available on just the Range object. The best thing is all the compatibility options of all the major browsers are also discussed. The main idea for this post is to bookmark […]

I have known for a long time that Mozilla/FireFox has a custom CSS attribute to apply the round corners on the HTML element using the “-moz-border-radius” property. But as apparent from the name prefix, it works only on Mozill/FireFox browsers. I found today that Chorme also support the round corners, but unfortunately under a different […]

Everyone now and then a web developer stumble upon a JavaScript which is compressed by some utilities mainly to cut down the load time. I found it really tough, if not impossible, to read and understand such JavaScript. Fortunately, when tired of looking at one such compressed code (of a Google Chrome extension), I as […]

As I explained in my previous post, I upgraded my work machine to OS-X 10.6 and thus have to force upgrade the XCode to 3.2. The problem didn’t end there. Though the compiled applications were working fine on my machine, they were giving errors on the OS-X 10.4 and earlier version. Doing the research, of […]