In a comment on my previous post Using the HTML5 <video> tag with a Flash fallback, Rob Colburn suggested serving everyone the same H.264 video file.
I had some problems getting my Huawei E220 3G USB modem running under Snow Leopard. The drivers from Telia and huawei.com didn't work. Turns out Huawei has another site over at huaweidevice.com with updated drivers.
Here are the steps I took.
In the interest of web hygiene I've created a simple module based on that removes the bar and optionally redirects the user to a specific page.
Check it out .
<video> tag makes it possible to embed video clips in web pages much like how the
<img> tag works for images. The browser itself provides the playback functionality without any need for plugins like Quicktime or Flash.
WYSIWYG editors like FCKeditor and TinyMCE are popular, but in some ways they do more harm than good.
My favourite browser Safari has support for a snazzy custom input field type called "search". This gives the field a rounded look and the ability to remember search history (amongst other things). The major drawback is of course that the HTML will no longer validate since this feature isn't part of the official spec.
In order get around this problem I whipped up a jQuery snippet that dynamically changes the Drupal search input field to a Safari search field if the visitor uses Safari.
Drupal 5 doesn't generate unique id attributes for form submit buttons. This means that if there's both a login form and a search box on the same page they will both use the same
edit-submit id causing the page to fail validation.
I've put together that integrates the with Drupal. edit-on Pro is a full-featured cross-platform (Java) editor that outputs clean accessible XHTML. Unfortunately it isn't free/open source. starts at €249 for a 10 seat license.
There is still a fair bit of work to do. For instance the module currently lacks support for image uploads.
I just finished updating the for Drupal to version 6, making it my first live Drupal 6 site. The only modules I use on it are (obviously), and , so it was as straightforward as it gets. It went pretty smoothly, despite my complete disregard for the upgrade instructions.
Drupal 6.0 ! No 6.x versions of or are out yet, so I'll have to hold off upgrading my sites a while longer.
I'm very exited about the new built-in multilanguage support. The old i18n contrib module didn't always work right with other modules since many module authors didn't take it into account.
I'm also looking forward to sinking my teeth into the improved theming system with the new .