[WSG] An efficient CSS architecture

2008-04-24 Thread Jens-Uwe Korff
Hi all, I'm currently in the lucky position to be able to design a CSS architecture from scratch. I was thinking of creating a layered approach where I have a CSS layer for - the CSS reset - the site layout (structural parts, ie. columns, rows, header, footer) - the site's elements (boxes which

[WSG] Amanda Finnis is on leave.

2008-04-24 Thread Amanda . Finnis
I will be out of the office starting 24/04/2008 and will not return until 29/04/2008. If you have an urgent enquiry please contact Peter Sculley on 9938 0516. Thanks. ** Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional

Re: [WSG] An efficient CSS architecture

2008-04-24 Thread Karl Lurman
Jens, I recommend googling CSS Frameworks. Also, I recommend looking at a site I implemented a CSS framework of my own. It sounds very very much like your approach. http://www.athletics.com.au It works on the concept of layers that can be used to progressively enhance the visual appearance of

RE: [WSG] An efficient CSS architecture

2008-04-24 Thread Ted Drake
The Yahoo YUI CSS framework is a big help. http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/ The Reset, base, and fonts give you a good foundation. The grids make it super easy to build layouts. Combine all four into a single css file: http://yui.yahooapis.com/2.5.1/build/reset-fonts-grids/reset-fonts-grids.css

[WSG] Semantic menu implementation suggestions?

2008-04-24 Thread Richard Johnson
Hi Everyone! I need to build this menu in XHTML 1.0 Strict, See attached... Can anyone suggest a good way to implement this? I have built the search which was quite easy. Cheers, -- Richard Johnson == Landline: +44 (0) 207 183 8877 E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

R: [WSG] Semantic menu implementation suggestions?

2008-04-24 Thread Diego La Monica
Hi Richard, you can try to make it with something like this: ul id=”black-menu” li id=”home”Back home/li li id=”rss”RSS/li li id=”sitemap”Site map/li li id=”search-box” form

RE: Re[2]: [WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-24 Thread michael.brockington
If I may be permitted to be pedantic for a moment, I believe that JavaScript may be used to provide Assistance with Validation (So you are both correct...) Security can only ever be _reliably_ provided on the server side, but validation of user input is perfectly acceptable as client side code,

R: [WSG] Semantic menu implementation suggestions?

2008-04-24 Thread Diego La Monica
Furthermore, to make your life really easy now, you have to do only a cutpaste of the code shown on the following page: http://diegolamonica.info/test/WSG/menu/menu.htm - Full xhtml compliat, - works with: firefox 2.0, Safari for Windows, Internet Explorer 7 and Opera. Maybe it will be a

Re: [WSG] animated scroll

2008-04-24 Thread dave
Hi , You might want to try this. http://www.quidascript.com/index.php?main_page=product_infocPath=59products_id=125 I got this package it's cheap as chips and has hundreds of javascripts... Regards Dave - Original Message - From: Laert Jansen To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

Re: [WSG] animated scroll

2008-04-24 Thread David Dorward
On 24 Apr 2008, at 12:49, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi , You might want to try this. http://www.quidascript.com/index.php?main_page=product_infocPath=59products_id=125 I got this package it's cheap as chips and has hundreds of javascripts... Given the liberties they

RE: [WSG] animated scroll

2008-04-24 Thread Ted Drake
Ah, where's your sense of adventure? Certainly hundreds of javascripts for 1 pound means quality. It reminds me of a night with two super-gigantic pizzas for $2.99. They may not have been good, but I didn't forget about eating them for months. Ted -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

Re: [WSG] animated scroll

2008-04-24 Thread David Dorward
On 24 Apr 2008, at 13:36, Ted Drake wrote: Ah, where's your sense of adventure? Buried under a desire not to see people rewarded for lowering the quality of the WWW :) -- David Dorward http://dorward.me.uk/ http://blog.dorward.me.uk/

Re: R: [WSG] Semantic menu implementation suggestions?

2008-04-24 Thread Richard Johnson
Wow! Thanks so much Diego! On 24/04/2008, Diego La Monica [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Furthermore, to make your life really easy now, you have to do only a cutpaste of the code shown on the following page: http://diegolamonica.info/test/WSG/menu/menu.htm - Full xhtml compliat, - works

[WSG] Can you spare 5 minutes to do a study?

2008-04-24 Thread Jessica Enders
Formulate Information Design is conducting a follow-up to our 2007 study on data table formatting (the results of which should be published in A List Apart shortly). We need your help - the more participants we get the greater the chance we can draw conclusions from the study that