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August 3, 2005 | Web Design & Development
I noticed a snafu with the links in the RSS feed this morning. I forgot to update the links in the RSS feed when I changed domains so when a link was followed to read the full story the user was not presented with the full story.
That has now been fixed. If a story felt incomplete recently you might try looking at it again – there just might be more to it 😉
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Completely unrelated to the RSS thing you are talking about there, but why not AJAX for your little new way of sorting archives. Real time call for a certain month when somebody clicks on it 😉 Btw, full introduction article on AJAX (more on the XML part), SVG and why, DTDs are old (mainly other schemas like W3C Schema, RNG, Schematron), etc. are gonna be up soon or later.
Yeah, I’ve been using AJAX at work, just haven’t taken the time to implement anything with it here. It is perfect for the archive sorting…
That might take a while though – I got intrigued enough to load up Ruby on Rails and I have a feeling I’m gonna be messing with that for a while…
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