jQuery BBQ plugin v1.0.2, JavaScript Debug on GitHub


The title of this post pretty much says it all, so you might as well not even bother reading the rest. But if you must..

First, I’ve updated jQuery BBQ to 1.0.2, fixing a few minor IE bugs along the way. Things should now fully work in IE8’s “Compatibility Mode” and “IE7” modes, as well as in IE6/7 when used on a page with an https:// protocol. If you do notice any other bugs, please let me know.. and if you notice a bug you can fix (and test), fork BBQ on GitHub!

Also, I’ve fully moved the source of JavaScript Debug over to GitHub, so check that out.

And I’ve actually created a plugin “shell” that I will be using as the basis for all my jQuery and JavaScript projects on GitHub, which should facilitate my moving everything over there. I’ll (obviously) post more on this as I move things, so stay tuned!

Oh, and if you missed it late last week, I created the “world’s first” jQuery Star Wipe plugin, so be sure to check that out. It’s mind-blowing. Or not.

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