…nzbs.org provider and disable the old one.
… switch to the new one. Removed the config for the old one.
This saves HTTP requests and keeps the scope of the data local to the machine. DOM storage has been around for awhile and basically any browser EXCEPT IE6/7 is supported (oh no!). This means we could retire the use of the cookie/cookiejar/JSON js libs.. *However, I've left them alone for now.*
…ll ignore empty values. Thus sorting on homepage is a bit more efficient (empty row stay to the bottom). Also, removed the 'filter' from the comingEp page and put stickyHeaders in its place.
Added nowrap class to time field on history page.
…- worked with him to improve our use of tablesorter as well) Rewrote data extraction method to take advantage of several improvements in the new tablesorter. Now use localStorage (html5) instead of cookies for recalling sorting order on home page. Fallback support Using a few widgets within tablesorter to enhance a few pages. - stickyHeaders on home/manage/history pages -filter on history/comingEp pages (select filter fields disabled for usability on comingEp) Upgraded our cookie lib to the latest off github. Code was re-factored and much simpler, appears to work as it did previously. -- no longer required for tablesorter (only used for pathbrowser)
…Lights.Out.2011 will match the show "Lights Out" for example)