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gladtobegrey 14-Nov-11 9:02am View    
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Direct from Microsoft website ("About Dynamic Properties" url: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537634(v=vs.85).aspx): "As of Windows Internet Explorer 8, dynamic properties have been deprecated and are only supported for Web pages displayed in IE5 (Quirks) mode or IE7 Standards mode."

Plus,expressions are IE-only, so useless for any cross-browser use. Even Microsoft deprecates them, so why advocate their use?
gladtobegrey 7-Nov-11 18:05pm View    
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Not really, no. CSS expressions were unique to IE, and were dropped in IE8 Standards Mode anyway, as I understand it. Far better to use Javascript, or a Javascript library with selectors, like jQuery (other libraries are available), no?
gladtobegrey 28-Sep-11 9:30am View    
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US format dates only, though.
gladtobegrey 24-Apr-11 3:39am View    
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To follow the culinary model, why use a 'Death Star' to crack a peanut? We're not going to agree, so let's leave it there.
gladtobegrey 22-Apr-11 13:21pm View    
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No, my question is why create a dependency on ASP and AJAX at all when there's really no need to? If OOP purity is your requirement, then create a stringBuilder class based on the above, which is then OO and extensible. In fact, I since found some examples where others have done just that. E.g.: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/ajax/JavascriptStringBuilderEx.aspx