I am super excited about Wordpress 3! It isn’t in the final release yet as of today (April 2010), but it is coming to many a websites real soon. We have been working with a project recently that is using version 3 (in beta), and various enhancement are going to revolutionize Wordpress as a content management system. Most notably the Custom Posts Feature.
We at Sharpdot recently completed a large series of websites using Drupal. After months of designing comps, coding them up, adding all of the special functionality, we discovered some style issues (and it wasn’t just IE problems this time!) After quite some time of trying to figure out what was going on, we discovered it was that the Zen theme does not add reset styles to there theme!
So I was on iStock photo today and came accross this page after thier site was unresponsive. They have my vote for the funniest 503 error page to date. The funniest 404 page I have seen is a little to shocking to share with you on this blog, but I am sure there is another one wait for us out there.
Recently, I designed a website and I decided to do a unique style on the search field. I added a background image to the input field and then a background image to the submit button. Everything looked great until I viewed it in Internet Destroyer (Internet Explorer). That’s when the sky fell on my head…as usual.
Well last Friday I was coding out a site (a css file to be exact), and as usual, I save and save often. Well, I saved my file and Dreamweaver crashed on me (Yes I have been using D.W., I liked the code completion). After D.W. crashed it wouldn’t open at all!?? The program would start to initialize then crash, strange? Well what were my options? Re-install, wipe everything? Switch?
I came back to work the following Monday and told my fellow Sharpdoters what happened. Then demonstrated this odd occurrence. Well first off I decided to download Eclipse and just use that, finally ditching silly Dreamweaver, but the powers that be insisted I get the bottom of this. Well after Googling “dreamweaver won’t start” I came upon a quite disturbing discovery.