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ajt (2546)

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Monday November 18, 2002
04:26 PM

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[ #9009 ]

Since I blabbed a week or so ago, XML::RSS has moved on quite a bit. brian has take over the module, and applied a few patches, and moved it up to SourceForge. At the moment there is active development, bringing the module up to date, and I've even done some more work on my XML::RSS::Tools module.

I volunteered to brian to do some work on the web site. So I spent all weekend trying to get the CSS positioning to work on Opera, Mozilla and IE. I knew that Mozilla and IE run in standards and "quirks" mode - doctype, it took me quite a while to figure out that to get this to work on IE you have to remove the <?xml version="1.0"?> at the top of a XHTML file....

I'm hoping to use <div> tags and style to revise the XML::RSS site and fix my sister-in-law's site.

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  • This is not related to XML::RSS in any way but... I don't know where you live, but I noticed that your sister in law has a website in French, and seems to live in France (et même en Corse). This leads me to think that your wife is probably French as well (how clever from me).

    Do you think it would be possible for you to be in France during YAPC::Europe? And even attend to or speak at the conference?

    OK, after a little investigation ( [] gives a phone number starting by +886), I kno