After implementing the standard jQGrid I always do for a new feature in our system at work, a user enquired whether I could make it possible to add functionality so select one row, then shift-clicking on another x rows down, would select those and all rows inbetween. Continue reading “jQGrid Batch Select Handler”
Venturing into @font-face territory for the first time seemed relatively painless and pleasing to the eye, that was of course until I reached the root of all evil, Internet Explorer.
My sparkly new fonts were displaying perfectly is every browser, but failing to render in IE.
After Googling I discovered font squirrel, an amazing online resource which generates the .eot file required by IE from your original font file for you. Even better it provides a zip file containing a working sample (HTML/CSS files), and the font in all the other formats used by various other browsers.
I was upgrading an installation of MediaWiki and had to download the latest version of XAMPP in order to run the update file, as the new MedaiWiki doesn’t work with PHP 5.3.1.