I’ve looked a bit more into the way ASP.NET handles HTTP errors, and frankly it now seems not just irritating, but downright bizarre.
Continue reading More On ASP.NET’s Broken Error Handling
A few moments ago I was following a link from Google to Raymond Chen’s excellent MSDN blog The Old New Thing. As has happened to me before, I ended up getting redirected to an ASP.NET error page at a totally different URL, telling me that the site was “unable to service my request.”
Continue reading Why Can’t Microsoft Just Use HTTP Like Everybody Else?
Zen gardener Dave Shea’s post Bye Bye Tan Hack attracted a number of comments from people claiming that Internet Explorer’s conditional comments (CCs) were ungeneratable if you are using XSLT to produce your pages. “Strange,” I thought, “I’ve done that before.”
Continue reading IE Conditional Comments in XSLT 1.0
The Web Standards Group presented ten questions to Tommy Olsson, one of which addresses the thorny issue of the
acronym elements in HTML.
Continue reading Obscure Internet Explorer Bugs: #1 of… who knows?