I’ve noticed this past week that when I start Firefox, Gmail remembers the last person that was logged in (me); this of course is an expected thing to see. The problem is that when I click to “Login” to my Google accounts, I get put inside this infinite loop state.
I just get redirected to the login page again and again; even if I click “Log in as a different user”.
I have to manually clear my cookies before it will allow me to enter my email address (username); then it will work ok.
It’s just been a recent problem (the past few days), so I was wondering if anyone else has seen this?
UPDATE: 2008-11-10: FIX: I reinstalled Firefox and made sure to select the option to remove my personal files on uninstall. This seemed to have fixed the problem. I really didn’t care what was the problem; I just wanted it fixed.
Any version of Microsoft Internet Explorer will not evaluate any more than 31 CSS style elements. I’m not sure if many of you readers have come across this ridiculous bug, but we thought best if you were at least forewarned.
We made a Smarty plugin to replace Zend Framework’s Zend_Controller_Action_Helper_Url functionality that was lost by doing a full integration of Smarty and Zend.
There are many articles and enough documentation out there on how to include the Smarty PHP templating engine into your Zend Framework action controllers; however, there was no solution out there describing how to truly incorporate Smarty as the default view renderer, so I decided to figure it out and show you how.no
The proper way to correct any attributes that TinyMCE strips off of your WordPress posts/pages’ elements is to use the tiny_mce_before_init filter hook. Unfortunately, WordPress doesn’t document this very well, so I will.
UPDATE: 2008-11-06: I have made a WordPress plugin that does this for you!
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Whether we realize it or not, the displayed cursor image tells us about the area of the screen below our mouse cursor; it tells us whether or not we need to click, drag, move, resize, or even wait. Now, I know that we all know this, but I believe that sometimes as developers (especially web developers) we forget that not all items in an application have the correct default cursor for the action that is assigned for that item. Continue reading
At the time of writing this article, I couldn’t find a more perfect example than the landing page of the open source software distribution web site, Sourceforge.net. Now, I’m not really sure what web usability and design standards (if they even used any) their designers/developers were using when they made this page, but I am going to pick apart and explain some of the problems that I see as poor selections and decisions for the landing page. Continue reading