Hi Marvin, As for your pasted code, unfortunately it's very difficult to debug without actually running the application and see how the error occurs. What you can do maybe is to try the IE8 Developer tools (I haven't used it much), and see if the error happens on a certain line number, then
with is HTML and CSS? or am I missing something? - Josh On 4/8/2010 2:38 PM, Steven Tan wrote: Hi Marvin, As for your pasted code, unfortunately it's very difficult to debug without actually running the application and see how the error occurs. What you can do maybe is to try the IE8
Also ran into an issue when i was using js templating with html5 tags. Html5 shiv only ran once when the document loads. Either need call it again or use html4 tags. I am choosing html4 tags for now. Sigh. Steven On 28/09/2010, at 6:34 PM, Patrick H. Lauke re...@splintered.co.uk wrote: On
No, it doesn't. But if you use html5 tags in your templating, then it might. Just something to watch out for. One of my templates create a section and header for about 20 times. Steven On 28/09/2010, at 8:49 PM, Rob Crowther robe...@boogdesign.com wrote: Steven Tan wrote: Also ran
something like this: $(body).append(sectionsomething/section); $(section).text(new something); // this line will throw an error in IE. Hope that makes sense. On 28/09/2010, at 11:55 PM, Rob Crowther robe...@boogdesign.com wrote: On 28/09/10 14:10, Steven Tan wrote: No, it doesn't. But if you
Nice setup. Thanks for explaining it better than I do. ;) Load html5shiv, use innerHTML to create element, change with jQuery (works in IE8): http://www.boogdesign.com/examples/html5shiv-inner-jquery.html Strange, I expected the innerHTML part to fail. Any idea why that works? So it
#1 seems the most logical to me. Because I see them as different nav types, not as a whole site navigation. You probably don't need to section the Archive page since there is only one section. steven On 28/09/2010, at 11:26 PM, tee wrote: In a blog archive page, which is the best way?
hi Lara, Century Gothic is not a free font: http://www.identifont.com/show?1N2 My suggestion is to find a similar font type to Century Gothic in Google Web Font (open source fonts) and embed the font from there: http://www.google.com/webfonts cheers, steven On 12/12/2011, at 2:22 PM, Lara