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bio website jcolebrand.info
location Plano, LA
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seen Jan 20 '13 at 7:10

I'm now working for a group out of Plano, doing primarily front-end work for mobile and online banking for credit unions. Time for me to get involved in the local user groups!

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You probably want to gmail me if you need me directly. If I have to tell you what gmail address to guess at, you're not trying hard enough.

Everything else can be found at http://jcolebrand.info or http://about.me/jcolebrand


Jun
25
comment Should plus be encoded in mailto: hyperlinks?
I disagree. "email addresses" are very peculiarly defined, and must be treated with some care in the first place. That standard is very confusing. Fortunately, we get to disagree here.
Jun
25
comment Should plus be encoded in mailto: hyperlinks?
I am not entirely familiar with that grammar, however, it lists the characters as separate from the unreserved pool, which indicates that + is a reserved character. It does not indicate that it must be encoded. Microsoft says to encode it. C'est la vie, I wait to see.
Jun
25
comment Should plus be encoded in mailto: hyperlinks?
well I did make a specific note of what Microsoft affirms works...
Jun
25
comment Should plus be encoded in mailto: hyperlinks?
that seems .... backwards in spirit to the way I read the instructions initially.
Jun
25
comment Should plus be encoded in mailto: hyperlinks?
Since there are no reserved characters it should be encoded. ummmm that doesn't make any sense.
Jun
25
comment Should plus be encoded in mailto: hyperlinks?
The problem is the application parsing the URI request. If it expects to receive URLEncoded data then it will decode the data, but that is neither fair to you (to falsely encode) nor to the client (to make assumptions). The protocol does not dictate the encoding expected, the client does. See the further edits I make to the A by @Wez
Nov
2
comment The Sitemap Paradox
@Jeff Atwood "@John still,..." that's the point that I was attempting to make. It was beneficial at first, but now you don't need it. So why do you persist in trying to have it?
Nov
2
comment The Sitemap Paradox
@Frank ... that's what I'm trying to say!!! ;)
Nov
1
comment The Sitemap Paradox
I thought sitemaps were more of a simpler tool for a simpler age... I kind of figured the only reason to provide a sitemap nowadays was for human assistance in navigating the site, albeit technically inclined humans. I don't see a problem with "if your site isn't being properly crawled (for whatever reason), using a sitemap will not help you!" but it may just be me.