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261: Taconite 1.5 Released
In November we announced Taconite 1.0, and now in 2006 the Taconite Team has released version 1.5. What's new in 1.5 Updated method toQueryString in taconite-client.js so that if no name attribute exists, the id attribute is used as the name i...

262: Scottish Kilts Shopping Cart
Billy McIntosh has gone through adding Ajax where he saw fit to his "Web 1.0" shopping cart system. As he says: Here's a fully functional ajax-enabled shopping cart derived from our 'Web 1.0' version. It has no real bells or ...

263: An Ajax Wordsearch
Remember Teacher!, The Ajax grading app we mentioned a few weeks ago? There's a new function in this teaching suite: an Ajax wordsearch. Each time you add a word, it updates and fades in the new wordsearch. You can toggle whether to Show or hide...

264: Forget Your Passwords with Agatra
Agatra is a new service for managing all your passwords. Based on your Agatra master password, it will maintain a list of logins and passwords for all your favorite websites. It's more than a memory tool, because Agatra's list of sites will ...

265: SafariTest: Browser Testing for non-Mac folk
We talked about BrowserShot.org in a past entry. If you have a lot of the browsers covered, but really need a way to check out Safari, then you can use SafariTest. Other than just supporting Safari, there are some issues: frames and Flash movies ...

266: Claw: PHP frameworks get Ajax
Claw is one of the latest Ajax PHP frameworks. The latest version of Claw has integrated Prototype. The templates look like this: <html> <head> <title> ($ title) </ title> (ajax-> init) (ajax-> autowrap on = false) (...

267: 24 Eyes: Ajaxian RSS Dashboard
Kevin Rose of Digg.com said "man, recently we keep seeing more and more portals out as Ajax examples". Well, we have another one with 24 Eyes. Special features of 24eyes.com include: RSS Dashboard with at-a-glance news overview Web 2.0...

268: Top Ten Reasons Ajax is Here to Stay
Andre Charland has chimed in with his thoughts on why Ajax is not just about hype, and that it is here to stay, with his top ten list: Open Standards Based Usability and User Experience Are King Cross Browser and Cross Platform Benefits of Regul...

269: Extra Tasty: Alcohol + Ajax
Extra Tasty is the latest site by Skinny Corp.. This community surrounds Alcohol, and shows you why Web 2.0 is here. We need to make things easier for alcoholics to use the web! There is definitely room for more Ajax on this site, especially aroun...

270: Proxy Systems Ajax DNS Tools
Cotton and the folks over at Proxy Systems have released an Ajax Netadmin / DNS tool. If you head over to the tool area you will find: Live DNS DNS Traversal HTTP Headers Whois Search IP Whois RBL Search Ping DNS Report ...

271: CSS Quick Tip: overflow: hidden; and IE
I have run into the same issue with three projects in a couple of weeks. The issue is a common one, and it comes out as IE not listening to your CSS dimensions. For example, take this blog. We commonly attach images to our posts, and what if we pos...

272: When do DOM elements become available?
Flanagan dave asks: when do DOM elements become available to embedded scripts? (i) f you have an element <div id="foo">, when can you call getElementById ( 'foo') and be sure that you'll get a valid result? " It sh...


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