Monthly Archives: June 2008
Hey, I love Pearl Jam. If they will have a concert here, I will kill for the tickets. Click here for Kanye’s blog.
Yet another CSS post. The second one for today. Cross-browser compatibility is one of the most time consuming tasks for any web designer. We’ve seen many different articles over the net describing common problems and fixes. I’ve collated all the … Continue reading
I had to post this. No CSS hacks The CSS used for this layout is 100% valid and hack free. To overcome Internet Explorer’s broken box model, no horizontal padding or margins are used. Instead, this design uses percentage widths … Continue reading
The scenario: I am given a huge CSV File dumped thru FTP from some big JDE-ish system everyday. The CSV File is about 15MB or so. The file has around 60,000 lines in it. What I needed to do is … Continue reading
This is probably one of the coolest applications/plugin I have installed on my Mac. It brings out a Quake-like console that comes down from the top of your screen. Talking about convenience! I never liked the Widget Term – takes … Continue reading
Rob Allen posted an entry in his blog about using Zend Framework in an IIS on WIndows 2003 Server. Some of our Zend Framework applications have to run on IIS without ISAPI_Rewrite installed. In these cases we need urls of … Continue reading
I am passively looking for a job. Passively because I do not really want to leave my current job (good benefits, acceptable salary, etc.) BUT I am looking for greener pastures. At the moment, my eyes are set on Singapore. … Continue reading