Thanks Richard - must be something local to me - else others would have raised it
.mht is an IE specific format for saving a web page (compressed ...)
I found out if I use Firefox and a plugin called unmht I could then print to .pdf etc fine - I havnt tried chrome yet, and havnt tested it from home where Im typing this - on a Windows 7 Pro machine and IE 9
Also in the work (Corporate) environment, there's proxies etc to navigate, so I wonder if Im seeing the full story
That's a very bad idea. Given the number of spam articles that get posted, it wouldn't be long before they started including script to automatically open the spam site as soon as you looked at the article.
It's a short step from there to posting malicious script to infect the viewer with malware, or hijack their session. Since the people moderating the articles are likely to have higher privileges within the site, a session hijack could quickly escalate into complete ownership of the site.
"These people looked deep within my soul and assigned me a number based on the order in which I joined." - Homer
I was just wondering if CP Team could integrate a quick Lightbox. It just has one .JS and .CSS files to include besides having the article render engine to mark the list of inline images with a DIV ID and designating them to be called by lightbox in the ready function.
I wasn't able to select CSS in the CODE dropdown quite frequently. Hence was trying to choose HTML and then manually changing the attribute to CSS. I tried inspecting the CP code through Firebug and it seems a normal selector and I do not think anything special with that option like validator.
Any known bugs or additional XHTML validations are being put by the message textarea?
I posted this question in "The Soapbox". But now I am posting it here because I was told this question should be posted in Site Bugs/Suggestions forum.
Here is my reply to a question[^]. First it was downvoted and then deleted. This is not the first time it has happened. Can anyone tell me for what reason it happened? Was it legitimate or illegitimate? If someone's status enable him/her to be able to delete the replies, is there a feature that keep track of their activities? Or is it like get enough reward points and you are free to delete any post. No one is watching? Can site administrators tell me why it was deleted and who deleted it?