So I’ve been working on a simple application at home, part of which I want a list of items, which I want to be able to control from Wunderlist. As a relative novice to Python, I was looking around for some pre-built library that I could just plug in to […]
Using Citrix Receiver, you get an error message when trying to open up a remote desktop: “You have not chosen to trust COMODO SSL CA certificate.” 1) Go here and download this cert: https://support.comodo.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/946/0/intermediate-comodo-ssl-ca 2) Click it to open it in keychain access 3) Install it to system keychain 4) […]
I’ve had an iPhone for numerous years, and quite frankly the various ‘improvements’ along the way have made little different to my life. iMessage is OK I guess – but nothing much else has done anything for me. It still makes phone calls, and sends texts, and sort of browses […]
You’re unlikely to be reading this is if you haven’t heard of Surf Snowdonia. But if you haven’t – it’s the world’s first commercial inland wave adventure parc. Or in other words, it’s a surfable wave in a lagoon nowhere near the sea. The park opened in 2015 to much […]
Hurrah! Long gone are the days of frantically worrying whether or not your flashy new website is going to display nicely in IE5 and Netscape (‘Nutscrape’ Lolz) and the heady days of Firefox (you know, before it became total bloatware.) HTML5, CSS3.0, frameworks like Bootstrap and even – would you […]
People often ask me why grammar and sentence structure and so on are important. From now on, I’ll simply tell them that without it, you end up with explosive search dogs.
So this just perplexed me for a while. <img src="bob.png" alt="bob" /> Nothing wrong with that right? Worked great in Chrome but Safari… no image. A quick look in the Developer console in Safari showed something weird – the img tag was being appended with all sorts of crap. display: […]