Monthly Archive: September 2007

Bug Fix for Sortable Table – Sorting Date functionality 0

Bug Fix for Sortable Table – Sorting Date functionality

Sortable Table is a great javascript library for client side sorting of HTML table. Its under Apache 2.0 license so its very compatible. Recently I faced a bug when sorting date columns. It was not sorting the dates properly. After some debugging I got to know that the library assumes the date format...

Google Reader Comment Feature on Shared Content starts a new Discussion 1

Google Reader Comment Feature on Shared Content starts a new Discussion

Google Reader’s share tools on the other hand republish full blogs post for all to read without obtaining permission from blog publishers. So-called link blogs in Reader already break copyright and in a small way undermine blogs and content creators. If Google offers a comment service on shared items they are in effect...

DNS Toolbox: My most used online DNS tools 3

DNS Toolbox: My most used online DNS tools

Inspired Mashable Gmail Toolbox and other Toolbox series. Here I have my DNS toolbox listed below. I will probably update the list when I get more. DNSStuff: Useful for DNS Admins and web Admins Some free services are DNSreport, DNS Lookup (A, MX, NS, SOA, etc.). Traceroute, Email Test and many more (...

How to forward a ModalDialog to a new url 1

How to forward a ModalDialog to a new url

Last few days I was fighting with Modal Dialog ( opened with the method showModalDialog ) to forward to a new page with out opening a new window.The usual document.location.href = newurl; works but opens in a new window. Then I got a simple solution. window.name = “somename” window.open(newurl, window.name) well this works...

BRTFF 3 on Sunday 7

BRTFF 3 on Sunday

We will have our third BRTFF Show at Chung Wah on this sunday. Here is BRTFF and EventsBangalore Schwag Tshirt. We have 20+ of them for the volunteers. And I had few to distribute it amongs my friends. Just sent an sms for asking who needs them. Anita and Sindhu replied first to...