This bug was fixed in WordPress 2.8 [changeset] While working on a new site design, I found an interesting bug in WordPress 2.7. I created two new pages to use as “Front page displays”, one called Blog and one called Home. To create the pages, I clicked on Pages > Add New, entered a Title [...]
Includes IE6 positioning bug fixes reported by Deepak Mehta and James Taylor. Removed iframe option (use wmode property for object and embed elements) Fixed IE positioning issues (including horizontal scrolling) Updated jQuery version requirement to 1.2.2 Added horizontal scrolling test and more position option tests Links: Project Page | jQuery Plugins Page
Includes bug fixes reported by calderon.joe (thanks joe): Fixed iframe errors when iframe option set to false Fixed auto centering to use data width/height if container width/height is not set Also changed the default for the iframe option to false. Links: Project Page | jQuery Plugins Page
After almost 11 months, I have finally released an update to SimpleModal. This release fixes a number of browser related issues (mostly with IE) but also adds a few new features. Some of the features include: Automatic centering of the modal dialog, unless overridden with the new position option Ability to call $.modal.close(); from the [...]
Tired of carving the same ‘ol pumpkin every year, I thought I’d try something different this year. I free-handed the WordPress logo on the pumpkin then carefully carved it out. WordPress Pumpkin set on Flickr.
After being asked to help get the SimpleModal Contact Form demo running on a Drupal powered site, I decided to try and turn it into a Drupal Module. Based on my SimpleModal Contact Form (SMCF) WordPress Plugin, I was able to create something which I think is now ready for a beta release. The details [...]
Yesterday, on September 24, I turned 34! Which means I was born in 1974. What do all of those have in common…4. 4 is my favorite number and it has been for as long as I can remember. Some other random thoughts: – My sons, Caden and Cooper, are 3 and 4, respectively. – “Four [...]
Saturday (9/20) morning, we took our boys, Cooper (4) and Caden (3), to a nearby park. I had planned on reading the newspaper while the boys played, but decided to join them on the playground. I took Caden down a big three-story slide, which he was apprehensive about, but I convinced him to go. The [...]