Debugging IE 6 on a Mac

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What is worse than debugging your web application for IE 6? Debugging your web application on IE 6 when you have a Mac and have to launch Windows…or wait, do you? If you do not want to run Parallels or something similar – check out ies4osx. It is dependent on Darwine so make sure you have that installed too. Ah…now I can debug a little more easily.

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Using !important With CSS

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I am not a “quick fix” or “work around” type of person. When a CSS debugging project comes my way I look first at fixing the problem systemically vs. applying the quick fix. Recently though I was brought into a project with an insane amount of CSS and conflicting styles all over the place. Since I did not have ample time to fix the issues systemically (this was a super stat job) I was forced to use something that would take precedence over the problematic styles already in place to quickly fix the issues. If you have worked with CSS… Read More »

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A Weekend Full of Learning

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What a crazy and full weekend! Many thanks to Demitrious for helping me out this weekend with PHP. If you are a beginner, check out Demtrious’s article: Poor Man’s Debugger. This article helped me greatly over the past weekend and I feel like I now have a good handle on what to do when things go unexpectedly. I spent Sunday working with javascript for another project and found some of the javascript articles on webmonkey to be a big help. Go PSU and Bears! [tags]PHP, debugging, Javascript[/tags]

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