The following function takes some nightmarish Word HTML and return a clean HTML output that you can use safely on the web. This will help you fix issues that occure when users upload text straight from MS Word.
In case you encounter any problems with your site's cufonized fonts try to update you rendering engine to the latest version. On October 24 they released released version 1.09i, which is the same as 1.09 but IE9-compatible. Keep in mind that you do not need to convert your font generated files again, just replace your old cufon-yui.js with a new one and you're good to go.
I recently encountered a strange bug using the Twitterizer API. I couldn’t call “GetAccessToken” without getting a 401 error. After searching about it, I found out that other people encountered the same bug by calling the “GetRequestToken” method (see more info here). The correct way to get an access token using the twitterizer API is using the following source code sequence: The source code above may crash on the last line. The bug is probably caused by wrong timestamps, Twitter is sensitive to server time inaccuracies. The rash of issues lately is apparently caused by the clocks on Twitter’s servers being...