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    jQuery: Dropping items from a draggable list to a sortable list

    Published October 4th, 2008

    For reasons that I might outline in another post sometime, I recently decided to replace MooTools as the JavaScript library behind our company CMS (which I’m in the process of rewriting from scratch) with jQuery. It’s been a few weeks now since I made the decision and I’m starting to become more comfortable with jQuery’s […]

    Dynamic form elements and Internet Explorer 6

    Published September 12th, 2008

    A few brief entries from the ‘tiny yet annoying bugs that take far too much time to fix’ file… I’m creating forms dynamically using JavaScript. This has led to a number of problems with IE6: Dynamic checkboxes/radio buttons and the ‘checked’ attribute When creating a field, I wanted to be able to apply a ‘default’ […]

    MooTools: converting from 1.1x to 1.2

    Published July 28th, 2008

    More of a reminder for myself than anything: here’s a simple changelog that could be of use when updating scripts to MooTools 1.2.

    Multiple file uploader: Mootools 1.2 version

    Published July 21st, 2008

    Just a quick heads-up for those who’ve been complaining about the MooTools version of the multiple-file uploader not working with MooTools 1.2 — it’s now been updated. The widget required three small modifications due to changes to MooTools’ syntax. Get the modified code here (old 1.1x-compatible version also included).

    Binding a function to any class method in MooTools

    Published July 8th, 2008

    Some time back, while experimenting with MooTools, I found myself with the requirement to be able to call a function whenever a particular method on a given class was called. In effect, I needed to treat the class’s method as an event and fire a particular function when the method was called. So I wrote […]

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