[WSG] Issues with IE

2012-07-20 Thread Naim Latifi
 
Hello friends, 

I really hope you are having fun in this warm summer. Through this email I want 
to ask for a help if you can figure one issue with Toggle and IE. I will 
describe as follow. I have a checkout button and I implemented a toggle with 
Jquery. Everything works find in other browser expect IE is moving down one div 
once I hover in the go to checkout button. Here is the link where you can see 
the issue http://again.naimweb.com. 

I really appreciate any tips to solve the issue ! 

Thanks a lot !

Kind regards,
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Re: [WSG] Issues with IE

2012-07-20 Thread Naim Latifi
Hi again,

Just to let you know that the issue is fixed after I did some research ;)

Regards,

Naim Latifi

On 20 jul 2012, at 11:12, Naim Latifi naimlatif...@hotmail.com wrote:

 Hello friends, 
 
 I really hope you are having fun in this warm summer. Through this email I 
 want to ask for a help if you can figure one issue with Toggle and IE. I will 
 describe as follow. I have a checkout button and I implemented a toggle with 
 Jquery. Everything works find in other browser expect IE is moving down one 
 div once I hover in the go to checkout button. Here is the link where you can 
 see the issue http://again.naimweb.com. 
 
 I really appreciate any tips to solve the issue ! 
 
 Thanks a lot !
 
 
 Kind regards,
 **
 Naim Latifi 
 
 Master student in 
 Social Media and Web technologies  
 Linne University
 
 Idet 1:201
 SE-35252 Vaxjo 
  Sweden 
 
 Emails: naimlatif...@hotmail.com
   naim.lat...@gmail.com
   nlae...@student.vxu.se
   n...@betterlife.se
 
 Web development portfolio:
 http://www.naimweb.com
 
 Linkedin:
  
  http://www.linkedin.com/in/naimlatifi
 
 Phone: +46765662003  
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[WSG] how to force a cache bypass?

2012-07-20 Thread coder
OK, this isn't about standards, but it's more interesting than knowing that 
folk are not in the office . . .

How can I make a web page appear as the latest version in all browsers, i.e., 
perform a cache bypass?  And I don't mean for me - I mean for all visitors to 
the page?  Is it possible?

??


Bob

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Re: [WSG] how to force a cache bypass?

2012-07-20 Thread Danny Vose
Are! you again Bob,  we will have people complaining about off topic again lol

You can do this Bob

Place the following meta tag within the head of your HTML document. When used 
to refresh the current page, the syntax looks like this: It should work in 
all browsers but dont hold me to that and do a check mate. This tells the 
server to call up a new version of the page each time its requested. (or 
refreshed automatically in 600 seconds if they stay on the page)

  meta http-equiv=refresh content=600 
Dan

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  Sent: Friday, July 20, 2012 5:47 PM
  Subject: [WSG] how to force a cache bypass?


  OK, this isn't about standards, but it's more interesting than knowing that 
folk are not in the office . . .

  How can I make a web page appear as the latest version in all browsers, i.e., 
perform a cache bypass?  And I don't mean for me - I mean for all visitors to 
the page?  Is it possible?

  ??


  Bob

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Re: [WSG] how to force a cache bypass?

2012-07-20 Thread Rob Crowther

On 20/07/2012 17:47, coder wrote:

How can I make a web page appear as the latest version in all browsers,
i.e., perform a cache bypass?  And I don't mean for me - I mean for all
visitors to the page?  Is it possible?
??
Once it's cached in the browser there's not much you can do about it, 
the browser will store the cache settings at the time when it cached the 
page and if those settings say don't check again for a month then, 
generally, it won't.


If you want the page to never be cached then you need to set the expiry 
header.  With Apache servers this is quite straightforward and can 
usually be done in the directory's .htaccess file:


ExpiresByType text/html access plus 0 seconds

This is example was take from HTML5 BoilerPlate:

https://github.com/h5bp/html5-boilerplate/blob/83f4f281866be1cf7f391738c53c448a5ac658e9/.htaccess#L233

Rob


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[WSG] Out of Office

2012-07-20 Thread Tim Hatton
I am currently out of the office until 31st July.  I will be checking email 
sporadically but I may not be able to reply until my return.


Regards


Tim Hatton

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[WSG] Out of the Office Re: WSG Digest

2012-07-20 Thread Janet Jaffke
I am currently out of the office until July 23, If you need immediate
assistance please contact Darla Ware at extension 7-5777

Best Regards,

Janet Jaffke

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Illinois Institute of Technology
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[WSG] Re: WSG Digest::Abwesendheitsnotiz Michael Schröder

2012-07-20 Thread mailservice
Vielen Dank für Ihre Nachricht. Ich befinde mich vom 16. Juli bis 
einschließlich 8. August 2012 im Urlaub und kann Ihre Nachricht deshalb zur 
Zeit nicht bearbeiten. Nach meiner Rückkehr werde ich mich umgehend um Ihr 
Anliegen kümmern.

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