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“Why is IE not using some of the styles we’ve put on our body tag?”
It might be because older versions of IE don’t properly support CSS selectors which use more than one class. Even newer IE versions retain this behavior in quirks mode (since that’s the point of quirks mode), so make sure your doctype is correct. Stack Overflow has more info.
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protectedmay not mean what you think they mean.
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privatemethods cannot be called with an explicit receiver. This is Ruby’s way of ensuring that they are only called on
self, which is the implicit receiver. This leads a surprising result: you can’t call
self.a_private_method, because it has an explicit receiver. Just call
If you’re used to Java or C#, you might be surprised to know that subclasses can call their superclasses’ private methods (and vice versa). That may seems strange, since in Java that’s called
protectedmethods in Ruby have a very different restriction: they can only be called from objects of the same class. Your humble reporter has never encountered a use for this kind of method, but there it is.
Of course, any method can be called on any object using
#send. We’re adults after all. We can make our own smart choices.
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Jon Berger points us to a couple of great Ruby podcasts:
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