Når man udvikler web applikationer til iOS (iPhone og iPad), så støder man ofte ind i det problem, at de seneste ændringer ikke bliver vist. Det skyldes at Safari “cacher” indholdet, dvs. gemmer indholdet af en webside i hukommelsen og genbruger dette, for at undgå at hente nyt indhold via internettet. Under normale omstændigheder er dette ment som en hjælp, men i en udviklings / test situation er det desværre en irritationsfaktor, da man konstant skal slette cachen.
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Apple changed the usage of the “top” command in Terminal, so my output of processes ordered by CPU usage got broken in GeekTool. Read the rest of this entry »
I have an older Intel iMac at home, which is mainly used for browsing, chatting and movie viewing. Watching DVDs from different regions, I was forced to switch the region a couple of times, but alwas was careful to keep the last switch to make sure it ended up in my own region. But when I wanted to make the final switch, I was met with an unexplainalbe error code. I tried everything, but the issue couldn’t be fixed – even the local Mac store said there was no fix, and the guarantee wouldn’t cover either. So I left it that way for maybe a year and a half.
For some reason I gave it a new try recently. To my surprise I succeeded. I finally found a firmware patch for the MATSHITA DVD-R UJ-857D Drive. Now my drive is region-free. Read the rest of this entry »
Creating a HTML email template is like taking a trip back to the 90′s, where web standards were an unknown concept and table layout was the way to do things. I’ve boiled down my experiences into 42 bulletpoints, that can help avoid unexpected results.
If you look at the HTML of a typical Joomla site, you will notice the meta tag called generator in the head – it is set to “Joomla! 1.5 – Open Source Content Management”. I see no reason to give this information away, as it might ease the work of hackers – although they probably have plenty of other tools. Here how to disable the generator meta tag. Read the rest of this entry »
As a web designer with a broadband internet connection it is easy to forget bandwidth limitations. At times it can be a good exercise to see how our sites perform with a slow internet connection. Here is how to limit your bandwith temporarily on OS X. Read the rest of this entry »