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- Adrienne Boswell
August 18, 2009, 6:19 pm
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This a rant, but I have to get it out of my system.
Today I visited https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/index.shtml to get
some quick information. I saw a link that said PCI Quick Reference
Guide Read More, and I thought, just what I want.
No. It was a PDF file. I have PDFs open in a reader, I never liked them
opening in a browser. This thing was (quite large) and not only that,
the damned thing opened up in full screen mode. At the time, I didn't
even know that PDFs could do that, so I didn't know how to get out of
it. I wound up closing the reader through the task manager, which meant
that I had to restart windows explorer because my start and menu bar
I wish there were a validation rule, eg alt is required for img, that if
a link is to a pdf document, at LEAST a title attribute would have to be
required. Personally, I do something like:
<p><a href="something.pdf" title="PDF document" class="pdf"
type="application/pdf">Some Document</a> PDF (size)</p> The class pdf
shows a little PDF icon.
Okay, end of rant, back to work...
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