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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Mozilla Fix from Porter.

I received the following message from Porter just a few minutes ago:

Hey Matt,

Just a quick FYI: your latest style switcher worked fine for me in
WinMoz 1.2a. I get the full sunset style after clicking the link.

- Porter

I downloaded the latest Mozilla (1.2a) and whalla - now it works great. Quite a delimna now though - especially since I'm using similar code on a client's app I'm building write now. So I guess this validates that my code is correct and now I have to find a workaround for Mozilla 1.1. darnit

Posted in Roller at Sep 18 2002, 04:34:01 PM MDT Add a Comment

Working with the DOM.

After working with the DOM trying to get my new theme switcher to work, I find that M$ has done a nice job of making it easier for me. IE on both Windows and Mac support document.styleSheets[0].imports and document.styleSheets[0].addImport(url). These have made it very easy for me to replace the @import statement in a <style> declaration. However, Mozilla is a different story. I have created a new switchTheme method that is as follows:

<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
    function switchTheme(themeName) {
        var docSheet = document.styleSheets[0];
        var nextTheme = "/skins/" + themeName + "/styles/colors-n-fonts.css";
        if (document.all) {
            docSheet.removeRule[0];
            docSheet.addImport(nextTheme);
        } else {                                             
            docSheet.deleteRule(0);
            docSheet.insertRule('@import url(' + nextTheme + ');',0);                    
        }
        var nextTitle = "/skins/" + themeName + "/images/title-rd.gif";
        document.getElementById("title").src = nextTitle;
    }
// -->
</script>

In Mozilla, this appears to work - as the mouseover colors on my links do change to use the 'sunset' theme. Unfortunately, that's all that changes. As usual, any suggestions are appreciated. Also, did you know IE/Mac supports document.all? I didn't think it did... until today!

Try this code in your browser by clicking here.

While developing this script, I received many tips and hints from this site.

Posted in The Web at Sep 18 2002, 02:50:36 PM MDT Add a Comment