I've been using
<table align="center"> in my pages for a few months now because I couldn't get my tables to center align with
style="margin: 0px auto". Until today, I found this tip with a simple search on Google.
As demonstrated in this simple example
page, IE5/Mac centers tables using the correct margin styles if they
are written in long-form as
margin-right:auto;. The shorthand forms such as
auto; do not work. Fortunately this bug is easily worked around by
using the long-form syntax.
Good to know, life just got a little easier.
From macrumors.com . . .
Mac Warehouse is offering a $30 Mail-In Rebate for Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar).
Invoice must be dated on or after August 5, 2002, and no later than September 14, 2002.
Rebates must be postmarked within 30 days of invoice date and no later than October 14, 2002.
Amazon had previously offered a $50 rebate for Jaguar... but was subsequently pulled due to overwhelming demand.
I didn't work on my current project with OnPoint Digital, Inc., but rather attended an iPlanet Portal Bootcamp at Sun. It was a week long 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. class, where I learned a ton about Portal, in hopes of teaching a Portal class in the future. Sun calls these classes T3's for Train-The-Trainer, so I am now certified to teach iPlanet Portal 3.0. I'm more interested in Sun ONE Portal 6.0 - so hopefully this will help me get lined up to teach that.
I attended the class with Martin Gee, and Michael Zucker; two good friends from ICSynergy. Martin recently published a book on iPlanet Application Server, and it looks really good. I browsed through my signed copy and it's got a lot of great information on developing J2EE apps. It's too bad iPlanet has gotten bad press from developers, because it really it really is a good product if you know all it's qwirks. I've used it since it was Netscape Application Server 2.1, so I got to learn all the qwirks the hard way. Hopefully Sun ONE Application Server will be a lot better.