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  • sakabelle Okay sleep time for real this time but I leave you with more golfing that I stole from the internet lol http://t.co/xg4vxluG about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle Okay sleep time for real this time but I leave you with more golfing that I stole from the internet lol http://t.co/xg4vxluG about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle @jbo2231 OH YEAH lol derr I didn't even realize hahaha about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle @jbo2231 OH YEAH lol derr I didn't even realize hahaha about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle @jbo2231 I may have a bias towards certain colours lol about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle @jbo2231 I may have a bias towards certain colours lol about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle @jbo2231 I got the one that says "All you need is <3" with the pink sparkles haha I love it! My mom has the John Lennon hat lol about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle @jbo2231 I got the one that says "All you need is <3" with the pink sparkles haha I love it! My mom has the John Lennon hat lol about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle Sleep time now. Today was not awesome, and I'm confident it was because it had a 3 in the date. #BadNumber #SuperOCD about 732 days ago
  • sakabelle Sleep time now. Today was not awesome, and I'm confident it was because it had a 3 in the date. #BadNumber #SuperOCD about 732 days ago

The Pink Blog Well...it's pink...and a blog.. October 2009 Entries
IE6 PNG/Flash Compatibility
This whole IE6 mess starts out with PNGs. I'm not much of an image editor, (okay, fine. I can't crop a picture in photoshop to save my life.) but I do know that PNGs are pretty sweet. Basically they allow varying degrees of transperancy, and really, who can say no to that? IE6 can! One of our clients decided that they wanted a gradient in the header of their site. No problemo, we'll just whip up a gradient image and stick it in the background. That was easy enough, but oh wait there's a bit of an ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 14, 2009 12:50 PM

Javascript Postback in ASP.NET
So a little fun bit of backstory. I'm updating a web form at work and basically what it does is allows a user to order some brochures by selecting the quantity of each brochure they'd like to order. Clicking submit takes you through the process of going to an order confirmation screen, inputting your address and finally getting an order complete screen. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, read on my friends. I got a change request (oh, I do love the change requests..) to add an out of stock message ......

Posted On Monday, October 5, 2009 1:07 PM

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