When jQuery returns “failed” in IE – and how it’s probably resolved21st of Mar 2010 - Samuli HakoniemiIn web development, I love facing unexpected problems I haven’t seen before. It’s an excellent situation to learn new things. And the moment right after I’ve found a solution – it’s a perfect moment. But when I can’t find a solution, no matter how hard I try, and especially when I can’t find anything from Google that could help me.. well, I get very frustrated. In this brief article, I’ll go through one problematic situation that really got me frustrated. Plus, this hopefully can be found via Google and therefore works as a solution to anyone who’s facing a same problem.
It’s somewhat usual to leave the testing with Internet Explorer until the end of the project. This is quite acceptable when you’re dealing mainly with layout issues.
But when you’re building a web application with loads of features, there are several issues to struggle with: constant debugging, client-side performance, proprietary bugs and so on. However, getting your hands dirty with IE doesn’t always feel as comfortable as with other browsers.
In this article, I’m going to list and review different set of tools, which will help you and make your debugging and testing process in Internet Explorer much more enjoyable.
I was about not to publish anything before Christmas – just calming down, taking some extra time to get my blog design finished, plugins installed, and so on..
..but no. I got way too excited when I heard today that Opera 10.5 pre-alpha for Labs was released. In other words, this means that an updated version of Opera’s layout engine, Presto, was out to play with – meaning, that CSS3 Transformations and Transitions are available also for Opera.
In this article, we write some lines of CSS and create rotating transform effect with all the common browsers, including Internet Explorer and the latest version of Opera.