Showing posts from 2013

How to stop Firebug from jumping to changing code or script

How to keep Firebug from moving focus to changed code First off, I love Firebug ! It is a valuable tool for taking a look "behind the scenes" of the sites I work on. I really like that I can right click on an element and take a look at the code that is driving it. Recently however I have become frustrated with a "feature" of the tool. When looking at code on a page with a dynamic element such as a slide show, lightbox or ad the tool highlights and jumps to the code that has just changed. While I don't remember making any changes to the addin that would cause this to happen I'm not ruling it out. :) Either way, I couldn't figure out how to turn the darn thing off...until now. It's actually very easy. Simply click on the HTML tab and uncheck the Highlight Changes, Expand Changes and Scroll Changes Into View lines. That's it. Really easy! Now I can look at the code I want to inspect without constantly having to scroll back to it or opening the

Help Me Stop This Now!

Help me put an end to childhood cancer! As a father of two I was deeply moved by this video: I’m going to do something pretty extreme, and I’m asking you to support me with a donation for childhood cancer research! What am I doing?  I’m going to have my head shaved at a St. Baldrick’s Foundation event. With my bald head, I’ll stand in solidarity with kids being treated for cancer. But the real point of all this is to raise money for life-saving research.  I’m doing it for infants, children, teens and young adults fighting cancer.  While it’s especially hard to think of kids fighting cancer, I’m also glad to know that some of the research supported by this foundation ultimately helps to fight all cancers. Please make a donation on my head and come watch us “Shaving the Way to Conquer Kids’ Cancer!” March 10th at The Harp Irish Pub 1425 Market Blvd Suite 1339 Roswell, GA

Google Webmaster Tools Error

 I find it ironic that I got a 404 error when trying to download my 404 errors from Google Webmaster Tools:

Andrew in a 4H shirt at the Fort in St. Augustine

Picture taken of me last summer in St. Augustine Florida. Okay, maybe it wasn't last was summer though...circa 1981. lol