January 19, 2005. There are two common ways of using JavaScript in a link: <a href=“javascript:doSomething();”>Do Something</a> <a href=”#” onclick=“doSomething();”>Do Something</a> The first one is a bit ugly, since the JavaScript shows up in the status bar. More importantly, neither example will do anything at all if JavaScript isn’t available. This may not be a major concern… Read more »

January 2, 2005. I ran into this issue recently (it had never shown up on my PC at home) and found it rather frustrating. I have little new to contribute, but I’ve seen a lot of conflicting reports on why it happens and how to fix it, so hopefully I can help clarify the issue for some people. The article Caching in IE by Dean Edwards explains the problem well, and the circumstances under which it happens.… Read more »