Ok, so some people love them. Others? Not so much. And it shows. In the wonderful world of web development, there are a multitude of things that developers struggle with. For starters, there are 79 browsers out there today. That’s quite a few. Now granted, there are only a few layout engines:Gecko is[...]
So recently, working on a site with multiple locations, we ran across a need to dynamically display a map for the location that was being selected by the user. At first, this sounded like a really simple process. Truth be known, it should have been. However, thanks to a goofy acting response from the Google Maps API, the dynamic maps’ iframe was not displaying[...]
Are you using WAMP in Windows to develop locally? Chances are you hit that frustrating moment that you use the WAMP menu to open up a config file only to see it as a jumbled mess in Windows Notepad.
This is a simple fix, but one that can be frustrating if you aren’t sure where to make the changes.I[...]