Preface: I work on a project for my office that is hosted by a third party.¬ Therefore, I do not have access to all the inner workings of ColdFusion.¬ Specifically I do not have access to the fck_editorarea.css file.
// change bgcolor
// add a border
fckItem.style.border="1px solid #0A0A4F";
I have finally joined the world of dual monitors.¬ Finances and standards at my office have thwarted my quest for two years to have a dual monitor setup.¬ My propensity to multi-task and staring at a fairly small (by developer’s standards) monitor for many hours a day has made this a painful defeat.
But at last… victory.
Meet the USB2VGA from startech.com (purchased via Dell).¬ This little guy finally allowed me to win the battle of not having to “open the box” to install any hardware.¬ It works quite well, is cost effective, and best of all… easy to configure.¬ If you can plug a device into a usb port then you have skills to set it up.
I¬recently received a¬request from a management member to put “United States of America” at the top of the countries dropdown list for our user registration process.¬ While this may seem an innocuous change to that person we do have a lot (maybe 1/3) of users not born in the U.S.¬¬ I know it used to be popular to put the good¬ole¬U S of A atop of dropdown lists for its vast superiority “convenience” but it seems somewhat “politically incorrect” or “imperialistic” to me.¬ Any thoughts?