Apr
17
comment Detecting errors generated by $wpdb->get_results()
I suppose I could always do something nasty with intercepting the output buffer... :/
Apr
17
answered Detecting errors generated by $wpdb->get_results()
Apr
17
asked Detecting errors generated by $wpdb->get_results()
Apr
15
revised In php using @ instead of isset
Not for the line, but for the following expression
Apr
11
comment How to access errors when using WebdriverJS?
My biggest concern is with PhantomJS - most browsers will fail their unit tests if there's a Javascript-level error. Finding that error (by hand) is easy with standard browsers. However, it's impossible with PhantomJS unless you have something like what we're talking about. I'd love to see if you can get your code working in PhantomJS!
Apr
10
answered How to access errors when using WebdriverJS?
Apr
10
comment How to access errors when using WebdriverJS?
According to my understanding, there are two JS engines/environments running here - the "host" that runs PhantomJS' tests, and the "client" that runs the actual code of the webpage. I think you're referring to the "host" errors, which I have no trouble accessing. What I need, instead, are the "client" errors...
Apr
10
accepted Testing levels/groups in PHPUnit
Apr
10
accepted Publishing an image without a related URL via the LinkedIn API
Apr
10
answered Publishing an image without a related URL via the LinkedIn API
Apr
10
accepted What is the difference between Insights metrics page_engaged_users and page_consumptions_unique?
Apr
10
asked How to access errors when using WebdriverJS?
Mar
26
comment How to highlight a part part of an Input text field in HTML using Javascript or JQuery
Thanks for your follow-up! I use this tool on an internal site where we don't have to be concerned about zoom issues (or even cross-browser issues, for that matter). So, I'm afraid I won't be able to help you. However, it is open-source... We welcome any contributions you can make! :)
Mar
25
comment How can I execute a FQL query with Facebook Graph API
This didn't work for me. I had to use: $facebook->api('/fql?q='.urlencode($fql));
Mar
25
answered What is the difference between Insights metrics page_engaged_users and page_consumptions_unique?
Mar
25
asked What is the difference between Insights metrics page_engaged_users and page_consumptions_unique?
Mar
24
comment Storing Facebook API data
Link is broken, and I can't find a substitute. Hmm. But good info! :)
Mar
24
comment How execute a FQL Insights query with Facebook Graph API
Update: It looks like you can only use certain metric values with certain period values. If you don't, you may see behavior like the empty data set above. Documentation of the allowed metric/period combinations: developers.facebook.com/docs/graph-api/reference/insights
Mar
24
comment Facebook - max number of parameters in “IN” clause?
Downvoted. The question was not about how large can the resultset be, but how many object_ids you can pass into IN ()
Mar
24
comment How execute a FQL Insights query with Facebook Graph API
Note to Googlers: You'll also get this nasty empty response if you use certain metrics. For example: I get this empty response if I query for the "page_views" metric. However, if I query for "page_fans", I get an acceptable response. So weird. Bug, perhaps?
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