JS Variables and IE

While embedding Google Maps into a website I’m working on, I found it caused a scripting error in IE:

Object doesn't support property or method: Line: blah Char: blah

Eventually I found the problem. Apparently IE needs variables to be called in JavaScript. You know, with the actual “var” operator/statement (It’s 2007. Who does that anymore?).

So I’ll have to remember that.

New Web Host (and Job)!

If you haven’t noticed the very cool subdomain, I have a new web host: Media Temple (mt). I’ve heard good things about them, and so far they’ve been great!

Also, in unrelated news, I’ve reduced my schedule at my retail job to one day a week. I’m going for freelance web design/development (which explains the host change) and a full-time college workload again (Yay!) After almost a year of working full (or near full) time in retail, my Father has opened new doors! Will it be hard? Sure, but I know I have someone–The One (and His son 🙂 )–in me.

So I’ll keep praising God (while searching for clients)!

Back! (At Least Mostly)

If you haven’t (or have) noticed, the website has been down for about two weeks. The web server imploded, along with the web host’s primary and secondary backups.

Fourtunately, I had a backup a few months back. Un fortunately, however, my later posts and finished Freedom page were lost. What shall I do? Write them again.

Jeremiah 36:23, 27-28 (NIV)

When Jehudi had read three or four columns, the king cut it with a scribe’s knife and (AS)threw it into the fire that was in the brazier, until all the scroll was consumed in the fire that was in the brazier.

. . .

Then the word of the LORD came to Jeremiah after the king had burned the scroll and the words which (AZ)Baruch had written at the dictation of Jeremiah, saying, “Take again another scroll and write on it all the former words that were on the first scroll which Jehoiakim the king of Judah burned.”

< h2 > in WordPress Links List

WordPress by default adds < li > and < h2 > tages for each category header for the link menu/list in the sidebar. I found it annoying, because why would I want to have large < h2 > tags for the category headers for the links along with standard-size text for the headers of the other section of the sidebar. It ofsets the balance of the page.

But anyway, I fixed this imbalance, so it’s cool. Now I can sleep in peace.


The site has now moved to ScriptHosters from MySiteSpace. MySiteSpace was good, but ScriptHosters is better.

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