JavaScript HREF bug in IE JavaScript HREF bug in IE

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Take a look at the two screen captures below. Both are from the same parking services page. The first is in FireFox 3, the second is in IE 7. JavaScript is being used to change to HREF attribute of mailto links for addresses. But, why is the inner HTML also changing when viewed in […]

The joy of compression The joy of compression

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

I gave a little talk at our monthly “All Developers Meeting” today. The topic was web optimization. Recently we setup http compression on our servers and I decided to take a look at how much bandwidth we save via all of our optimization/compression techniques. Using our academic programs page as a sample, I ran the […]

Happy birthday Mozilla! Happy birthday Mozilla!

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Mozilla (the basis for the netscape, aol and firefox browsers) celebrates its 10th birthday today. Ten years ago, Netscape announced it would release to the public the code of its flag ship product, Netscape Communicator 5, making it an open source product…. Over time, Mozilla would become the name of the open source project, AOL […]

All I want All I want

Wednesday, December 19th, 2007

Right now I am updating the style sheets that affect all 50,000 pages of PCC’s main website. With absolute certainty, I can say that all I want for x-mas is a standards complaint version of Internet Explorer…