jQuery & Browser Issues (revisited)

Back in August, I blogged about “three fairly significant browser issues” I had encountered while using jQuery. With the release of jQuery 1.3, and subsequent minor versions, I thought I’d take a look back at those browser issues and see if any of them had been resolved.

WordPress bug – duplicate page entries

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 […]

jQuery & Browser Issues

Update: This post has been replaced with an updated version. During the time that I’ve been using jQuery (about a year now), I’ve run into three fairly significant browser issues. Between IE, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, Firefox is the only browser that I have yet to experience any issues with (related to jQuery, of course).

CakePHP 1.2 RC2 – Apache Crash on Vista

In my spare time (yeah, right), I’ve been busy developing a web application using CakePHP. I ran into a problem tonight that I wanted to share, in case anyone else happens to run into something similar. After making some changes to my app, I went to test it out, only to get an Vista notification […]

Struts 2 ParametersInterceptor

Are your logs being filled up with errors like: ERROR – ParametersInterceptor.setParameters(204) | ParametersInterceptor – [setParameters]: Unexpected Exception caught setting ‘_’ on ‘class com.company.web.MyAction: Error setting expression ‘_’ with value ‘[Ljava.lang.String;@1491ddc’ If so, it’s because Struts 2 is parsing the query string/post data and trying to “set” a value for each parameter it finds. I’m […]

jQuery bug – Ajax ‘no-cache’ parameter

In jQuery 1.2.1, when using the $.ajax function with cache: false, jQuery appends a parameter with the current timestamp to the URL. This parameter makes the URL unique and therefore prevents subsequent request from being retrieved from the browser cache. However, the code that adds this ‘no-cache’ parameter does not check to see if it […]

Struts 2 bug – s:submit tag type=button rendering

In Struts 2.0.11, the s:submit tag with type=button does not render properly. While working on a project using Struts 2, I was attempting to create a HTML button that looked something like: <button type="button" class="button positive save"> <img src="/images/tick.png" alt="Save"> Save </button> I followed the Struts 2 Tag Reference for the submit tag and tried […]

Shared object error during cPanel Apache build

I was trying to add PHP Zip support on my cPanel server today and when Apache went to restart, it failed with the folowing error: Cannot load /usr/local/apache/libexec/mod_bwlimited.so into server: /usr/local/apache/libexec/mod_bwlimited.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory After a Google search, I found that I needed to run: cd /usr/local/cpanel/apache /usr/local/apache/bin/apxs […]

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