Archive for March, 2011

jQuery json crossdomain example

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

<script src=””></script>


$(“#enews_signup_form”).submit(function(event) {

// stop form from submitting normally

$( “#result” ).html (“submitting…”);

var $form = $( this ),
term = $form.find( ‘input[name=”enews_email”]’ ).val(),
url = $form.attr( ‘action’ );

$.getJSON(url + “?email=” + term + “&jsoncallback=?”, function(data){
$( “#result” ).html( data[‘error’] );



<? php

echo $_REQUEST[‘jsoncallback’] . ‘(‘ . json_encode($this-> viewresult) . ‘)’;


iTunes remove podcast example rss xml feed itunes:block

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

So you submitted your podcast, with a post containing placeholder content because you had to have it approved and live by some deadline, but now it’s deemed not presentable, because marketing has changed the title last minute, and as you change this first post’s content via its RSS feed, some of it changes, the dynamic parts most likely, the media, and so on, but the title isn’t changing in the iTunes store…

In my example, I used a feedburner feed (iTunes is using that), so I can simply change the feed source in feedburner, to something like the example xml feed in this post, and we can at least get the eyesore out of iTunes, freeing us up to make a new feedburner feed, and re-submit THAT anew to iTunes for a fresh clean go of things…

Host something like this somewhere, and point the old feedburner feed to it, done.

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
<rss xmlns:itunes=”” version=”2.0″>
<title>A Title Is Required For The Feed To Validate</title>