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Faruk
Faruk
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Last Activity: Thu 25th Mar '10, 2:51am
Joined: Fri 24th Aug '01
Location: Netherlands / San Francisco
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  • Faruk
    replied to Way Off-Topic 'sup?
    ASIDE:
    Hey vB dev guys, have you considered adding this to your userinfo CSS bit to make .postbitlegacy's userinfo bits look a li'l better?

    Code:
    .postbitlegacy dl.userinfo_extra dd
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  • Faruk
    started a topic Way Off-Topic 'sup?

    'sup?

    Gosh it's been a while. Anyone still remember me? (perhaps under my former nick, KuraFire)

    vB4 looks swanky, very nice. Hooray for cleaner markup & CSS-powered sexiness.
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    Last edited by Faruk; Thu 25th Mar '10, 2:46am. Reason: Fuuuuuck… it's really been 8.5 years?!

  • Faruk
    replied to MacBook
    MacBook Core2Duo is out. Have fun doing your personal Thanksgiving shopping ;-)...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Zune or iPod
    That's actually not true. The Zune is not compatible with any of the PlaysForSure stores, it only works with the Zune Marketplace and DRM-free stores like eMusic.com.

    Napster? Urge? Wal-mart?...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Bootcamp - Macs do Windows, too
    Will never happen.

    For one, it isn't in Microsoft's best interest at all to do that. They can only hurt themselves by letting people use OS X.

    For another, Apple will never license...
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  • Faruk
    replied to IPS invented AJAX - or not?
    That would surprise me, as Microsoft tends to always be horribly behind on new technologies compared to Google. Gmail > Hotmail in a zillion ways, for instance...
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  • Faruk
    replied to IPS invented AJAX - or not?
    Complete bull****, as AJAX was "invented" over 4 years ago already. The term AJAX is new, but the principle has existed for years already. It's only until recent that people have started using...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Web Standards -- do you use 'm?
    They're de facto standards only, they're actually "just" Recommendations...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Web Standards -- do you use 'm?
    My browser stats:

    68.74% Mozilla/5.0
    19.20% MSIE 6.0
    1.47% Opera/8.0


    Mozilla/5.0 is both Mozi and Firefox, btw.

    All IE's prior to 6 combined...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Web Standards -- do you use 'm?
    The validators aren't 100% compliant, y'know. Not a good argument.

    I'll admit that I can't find anything, but I'm gonna give it a day or two till a friend of mine comes back online. He knows...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Web Standards -- do you use 'm?
    I'm sure it was said somewhere else that XHTML 1.1 MUST be sent as application/xhtml+xml - but I can't find it anymore.

    Either way, though, the W3C itself discourages the use of XHTML 1.1...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Web Standards -- do you use 'm?
    Want to? sure. Can? No, not really.

    I had lunch with Douglas during @media in London, but he is back in San Francisco now and I'm back in the Netherlands again...

    *is sad*...
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  • Faruk
    replied to Web Standards -- do you use 'm?
    Don't do XHTML 1.1 -- go for 1.0 Strict.

    1.1 must be sent with the mime-type application/xhtml+xml and that means not a single Internet Explorer user will ever see the page. They'll just...
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  • Faruk
    started a topic Web Standards -- do you use 'm?

    Web Standards -- do you use 'm?

    Most if not all of you build websites in some way or another. Whether you handcode or use Dreamweaver (or any other such application), you're working with web standards by definition. After all, no matter...
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  • Aight, it's been a while since I worked with vB3 (9 months), and I can't look into the PHP code of the thing right now....

    but, try this:

    PHP Code:
     <if condition="$post['field6'] 
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