A really cool experiment from Chrome I stumbled across this morning – turning your website into a maze which you navigate via your phone.
Very impressive all round
When creating resource links to assets in our CMS a couple of users had inadvertently linked to the ‘._Filename.doc’ file created by OSX, instead of the intended ‘Filename.doc – on just under 300 files.
Running a quick query to return all the affected resources I used the REPLACE funtion in MYSQL to set all the asset values again (minus the ‘._’)
set value = REPLACE(value, '/._', '/')
where value like '%/._%'
I implemented JQueryUi’s accordion on a few sections of a recent project, styling up the headers and content from scratch so as to fit in with my site design. When it came to test the sections in IE7 however, the accordion simply displayed on the page as standard HTML h3’s and divs, as if the JQueryUI file had simply not been included in the page. Continue reading “If Your JQueryUI Is Broken in IE 7”