Quickly know when you're in quirk mode

While debugging an application rendering issue yesterday (yes, I'm back to a bit of asp.net work, with CSS adapters and asp.net AJAX, oh the joy!) I came up with a very quick way to know when you're in quirk mode.

In the address bar, type the following:

javascript: window.alert(document.compatMode);

CSS1Compat means the browser is not in quirk mode.

Simple and efficient, but of course not with frames (which you shouldn't use anyway!)



For fans of scrum, Microsoft released eScrum v1. Not had the time yet to investigate it but it looks good!


Validation in WPF with Enterprise Library

A very good news for those that require enterprise

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quality validation, there's now a project to integrate WPF validation and Enterprise Library Validation Application Block.