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Monthly archive for January 2009

  • How to stop Internet Explorer from caching AJAX requests

    There are several ways to solve the problem of browsers caching AJAX requests. You can use a 'cache buster' parameter, or you can set the response headers server-side. This article discusses these two options.

  • Speed up your Javascript

    Nicolas Zakas (of Professional JavaScript, Second Edition fame) has a series of articles discussing improving Javascript performance - avoiding browsers complaining about long-running scripts. Some useful suggestions on how to optimise and chunk interactions.

  • Use CSS pseudo classes to enhance accessibility

    It is very simple to add some CSS rules to make your site more accessible. Read on to find out how you can use pseudo classes to provide extra support for keyboard users in all browsers (including Internet Explorer).