James Tauber : Quisition Short-Term Demo (but not in IE)

James Saiz

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Quisition Short-Term Demo (but not in IE)

Previously, I talked about Short-Term Testing in Quisition.

I've now made a demo of this available on the site.

It's actually the first bit of JavaScript more than a few lines I've ever written.

It works fine in Safari and Firefox but I haven't got it working in IE6 yet. If anyone with IE6 JavaScript experience could take a look and see what I've done wrong, that would be greatly appreciated.

And let me know if you have any suggestions about the test itself too.

People subscribed to the announcement feed already knew about this demo two weeks ago and I've got some good feedback. I always welcome more, though.

Categories: quisition javascript

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Manuzhai on Saturday 21 January, 2006:

Your posts are now incorrectly syndicated by Planet Python... Also, the link[@rel = 'self'] in your full Atom feed is invalid.

James Saiz on Saturday 21 January, 2006:

Thanks for letting me know. In the case of Planet Python - it definitely seems to be a bug in the planet code.

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