Dustin Davis
Developer, Entrepreneur
Archive: March 2007

Oh, sometimes I really LOVE the web 2.0 javascript features. Take for example sorting tables. Now the old school method of doing this is to programatically send the column you want to sort by and whether you will be sorting ascending or descending and pass it to the page in a get variable. It is […]

OK, this bug is just insane. I’ve got a table cell displaying very long URLs. Oddly, there is no CSS style that allows Firefox to “reflow” or wrap the text based on a given width. This bit of CSS solves the problem for virtually every other popular browser: td { width: 450px; white-space: pre-wrap; /* […]

Sometime I run into errors that seem to make no sense and it takes me a while to find the answer as to why. Such is the case with this error. I wrote a routine in VB.NET to split a multi-page tiff file. Every once in a while, I would get this less than helpful […]

I stumbled upon this video this morning. I’m actually surprised I didn’t find it on Connor’s blog first. I’m sure it will be there soon!

I wrote a post about how to hack Google Analytics to show the full path on referrer URL. Honestly, its a pain in the butt at best. I went digging around the net and came across a new stat tool that shows the full URL. It’s called Clicky and I have to say, it is […]

I was looking at some web statistics this morning and I noticed that I had quite a few hits on my DVD site coming from a forum at LDS Mingle. I was intrigued (mostly because I’m LDS) so I signed up temporarily to see what the talk was about. A member there suggested visiting DVD […]