I use Mozilla Firefox as my browser and occasionally I’ve found that certain
error NS_ERROR_FILE_CORRUPTED, which is displayed in the console. For me,
this is rarely seen, though I’ve experienced the issue a few times on
Trello.com and another on our corporate website CMS. This has the effect of
preventing whatever that resource was from loading, so in the case of CSS it
won’t display and in the case of JS it won’t run. On Trello, this resulted in
a fully broken …
It’s another one of those ‘strange’ problems that has cropped up, but by
default in Plone, users who aren’t authenticated aren’t actually able to
bring up a pop-up calendar on a date field.
It’s amazing that I haven’t run into this issue before with something
like PloneFormGen, where you’d think that a simple Date input field
would be pretty common. Although, I guess it’s the case that even
though I’ve used these given forms, I’ve probably never taken much
notice of the popup calendar icon and just selected a random date …
The first perplexing puzzle for the week was a seemingly silly idea (it
still is) in Plone where it allows you to view the contents of a given
folder in batches of 20. Now, combine this concept (which is good) with
a concept of being able to re-order items within the folder (which is
good too), you end up with not being able to move items between ‘batches’.
Troublesome. There’s nothing obvious that you can do aside from
Was wondering how to get a Plone page template to go to a page before the template actually loads. Now, actually getting Plone to not go to this template would be FAR better, but since we can’t actually modify the functionality of the Favourites content items in the content listings (not easily), I instead modify it’s default view.