I got a request for Sean Hickey’s original aLinks code. Here it is Download …but be warned that it has some serious bugs. However it includes features that are not… Read more »
Typealyzer asks you the enter the URL of a blog, and attempts to determine the personality of the author according to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. (via Megan McArdle.) Naturally I… Read more »
I had been happily using the “aLinks” WordPress plugin by Sean Hickey for quite a while. The plugin automatically generates links for keywords that you specify. Version 1 did everything… Read more »
Just add the following to the web.config file for the application: <system.net> <defaultProxy> <proxy proxyaddress=”http://127.0.0.1:8888″ /> </defaultProxy> </system.net> Thanks to Rick Strahl. Get Fiddler here.
After testing the site with Safari for the first time I ended up making some massive, long-overdue changes to the stylesheet, which hopefully will allow things to display better in… Read more »
If you try to debug a web application and get the message You are not authorized to view this page HTTP Error 403 – Forbidden It probably just means that… Read more »
I recently ran into some frustrating problems doing something that ought to be really simple: setting up a directory on IIS so that the files could be downloaded with a… Read more »
If you have started developing web services with Windows Communication Framework (WCF) you will no doubt have noticed that it is cleaner and more powerful than the old ASP.NET framework…. Read more »
Useful tips from John Manoogian III: (The Only) Ten Things To Know About CSS. But why does the page look so ugly in IE?
David Megginson offers a funny but insightful summary of the most important ideas in REST: The Quick Pitch: The elevator pitch With REST, every piece of information has its own… Read more »