QuirksBlog monthlies

This is the monthly archive for June 2007.

Drag and drop

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A week ago I surprised myself by writing a simple drag and drop script in five minutes, without needing to debug even one single error. I enthousiastically started to write a QuirksMode page about it, until I realised that a mouse-only drag and drop script is distinctly old-fashioned these days.

Therefore I had to add keyboard compatibility, which took me five hours (mainly thanks to the confusing event situation.) Due to other pressing matters it took me five days to write the final version of the page.

It's finished now. So here's a drag and drop script in case you need it.

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Safari 3.0 re-reviewed

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Well, I've been using Safari Windows for a few weeks now, and I though it's time for a report. This report is only about the Windows version, because I can't install the Mac one. Why not? Because I don't have the right OS X version.

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Safari 3.0 Windows

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Yesterday I downloaded Safari 3.0 Windows as soon as I found out it was available. It looks fine. Below you find a list of CSS changes, as well as a curious bug that appears on a minority of Windows systems.

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@media 2007 Europe

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Well, another year, another @media. As usual I loved the conference, as well as meeting old friends and making new ones. I didn't drink quite as much beer as last year; I'm not yet sure why (and no, it's not because I'm getting old; I feel younger with every passing day and will pretty quickly re-enter adolescence). In any case, it was more than worth it and I'm looking forward to next year's edition (and, of course, to @media Ajax).

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Upcoming: @media Ajax conference

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At the tail end of @media 2007 Europe, Patrick Griffiths announced a brand new conference at which I'm going to speak:

@media Ajax, 19 and 20 November 2007 in London.

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Voices that Matter: Web Design Conference

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As I think I said before, I'm becoming addicted to public speaking. Therefore I was very glad when New Riders/Peachpit invited me to speak at their Voices that Matter: Web Design Conference, 22-25th of October.

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See the May 2007 archive.

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