Exploring a new frontier

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Beginning a few years ago, there have been a few projects – Rhino, Jaxer, more recently Narwhal – that proclaimed we were about to enter a golden era of server-side JavaScript programming. But the implementations always seemed to fall …

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Safari vs. Safari: label

Prior to version 3 (now out of beta in Leopard), Safari was one of few mainstream browsers that didn't do anything when the user clicked on a HTML input elements label text.

Most browsers treat a label-click as an element-click – that is, they …

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Things I Learned This Week

It's been a busy week, working on a fancy/complicated Web project. Here's a smattering of things I've learned:

IE7 breaks old assumptions about float clearing

I have been using a variant of ALA's Practical CSS Forms for years. It blew up in IE7; all the …

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