[WSG] recommendation for wai validator again

2008-12-07 Thread tee

Hi everyone,

I asked this before, and was pointed to many useful Firefox  
extensions. I have tried them all and actually installed Total  
Validator and TAWs on my desktop.  Problem is, none of these  
validators pick up page in the login area and data that are saved in  
sessions/caches (if you have worked on Magento project and have tried  
validate in certain area of the site, you know what I am talking :-) ).


With HTML validation, most validators have validate by direct input,  
however I have not been able to find the similar feature in the WAI  
validator, so even with desktop validator, I am unable to run the  
validation.

Validators I have tried thus far:

Total Validator,
WebAIM,
TAW,
FAE,
Cynthia Says


Anyone know other validator that does the job?

thanks!

tee


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Re: [WSG] recommendation for wai validator again

2008-12-07 Thread dwain
 Anyone know other validator that does the job?

 thanks!

 tee


try this one.  http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/adesigner/download

cheers,
dwain


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[WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-07 Thread Jason Grant
A quick note to the group to say that a great, lightweight, JQuery based,
continuously updated, object-oriented, highly reusable set of patterns is
being developed by Adam Silver, a great JS developer.
http://www.adoromedia.com/projects/

Patterns are constantly being improved and Adam would appreciate feedback
from people and comments on how to improve them even more. Needless to say
that I am using and re-using these patterns and can highly recommend them.

Regards,

-- 
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CEO, Flexewebs Ltd.
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Re: [WSG] recommendation for wai validator again

2008-12-07 Thread tee



try this one.  http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/adesigner/download

cheers,
dwain


Dwain,

Thanks for the link, but it goes to 404 page though.  I was at IMB  
page many times by clicking on WebXact  from the accessibility  
extension, never able to figure where the software is.


This time I am abel to track down 'adesigner' here:
http://www.eclipse.org/actf/downloads/tools/aDesigner/index.php

It's for PC. I need a Mac version though :)

tee


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Re: [WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-07 Thread tee


On Dec 7, 2008, at 4:34 AM, Jason Grant wrote:

A quick note to the group to say that a great, lightweight, JQuery  
based, continuously updated, object-oriented, highly reusable set of  
patterns is being developed by Adam Silver, a great JS developer.


http://www.adoromedia.com/projects/

Patterns are constantly being improved and Adam would appreciate  
feedback from people and comments on how to improve them even more.  
Needless to say that I am using and re-using these patterns and can  
highly recommend them.





Hi Jason, thanks for the link, and I am a jQuery fan :-)

Something not related to your post but jQuery. As many of you likely  
have known that Microsoft have adapted jQuery framework, and this  
question has been in  my head for a while: does this meant future IE  
(starts from IE8?) will speed up load time for site that uses jQuery?


tee


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Re: [WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-07 Thread Jason Grant
My take on JQuery is that it is:

   - Most popular JS library out there
   - Becoming a de-facto standard for cross-browser JS development
   - Something that every serious developer I have met so far is supporting
   and using

Whether it is made part of future browsers or not, it is a skill set well
worth taking up and a library well worth utilising.

Regards,

Jason

On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 1:55 PM, Tatham Oddie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi Tee,

 There are no JQuery specific extensions to IE8.

 There are general speed and reliability improvements to the JS engine in
 the
 browser, and IDE support for JQuery in Visual Studio, however the support
 is
 not specific to IE+JQuery.


 Thanks,

 Tatham Oddie
 call:+61414275989, call:+61280113982, skype:tathamoddie,
 msn:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], tatham.oddie.com.au

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 On Dec 7, 2008, at 4:34 AM, Jason Grant wrote:

  A quick note to the group to say that a great, lightweight, JQuery
  based, continuously updated, object-oriented, highly reusable set of
  patterns is being developed by Adam Silver, a great JS developer.
 
  http://www.adoromedia.com/projects/
 
  Patterns are constantly being improved and Adam would appreciate
  feedback from people and comments on how to improve them even more.
  Needless to say that I am using and re-using these patterns and can
  highly recommend them.
 
 

 Hi Jason, thanks for the link, and I am a jQuery fan :-)

 Something not related to your post but jQuery. As many of you likely
 have known that Microsoft have adapted jQuery framework, and this
 question has been in  my head for a while: does this meant future IE
 (starts from IE8?) will speed up load time for site that uses jQuery?

 tee


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2008-12-07 Thread Michelle . Phillips-Schork

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Re: [WSG] recommendation for wai validator again

2008-12-07 Thread dwain
 It's for PC. I need a Mac version though :)

sorry.  i either forgot or didn't know you worked on a mac.  then i'm
lost unless you go look on source forge.


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Re: [WSG] recommendation for wai validator again

2008-12-07 Thread Mathew Robertson

Have you tried the Web developer toolbar plugin?  I haven't used Magneto, but 
have found that the Validate Local HTML option to be very useful for 
validating pages that are behind https channels.

regards,
Mathew Robertson


 tee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 Hi everyone,
 
 I asked this before, and was pointed to many useful Firefox  
 extensions. I have tried them all and actually installed Total  
 Validator and TAWs on my desktop.  Problem is, none of these  
 validators pick up page in the login area and data that are saved in  
 sessions/caches (if you have worked on Magento project and have tried  
 validate in certain area of the site, you know what I am talking :-) ).
 
 With HTML validation, most validators have validate by direct input,  
 however I have not been able to find the similar feature in the WAI  
 validator, so even with desktop validator, I am unable to run the  
 validation.
 Validators I have tried thus far:
 
 Total Validator,
 WebAIM,
 TAW,
 FAE,
 Cynthia Says
 
 
 Anyone know other validator that does the job?
 
 thanks!
 
 tee
 
 
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Re: [WSG] recommendation for wai validator again

2008-12-07 Thread William Simpson
I use Web Developer Kit Toolbar and Firebug in conjunction since they both
have been extremely helpful to me in telling what would the end results
would generate for Firefox. I strongly recommend those.

-Josh S.

On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 6:51 PM, Mathew Robertson [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:


 Have you tried the Web developer toolbar plugin?  I haven't used Magneto,
 but have found that the Validate Local HTML option to be very useful for
 validating pages that are behind https channels.

 regards,
 Mathew Robertson


  tee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  Hi everyone,
 
  I asked this before, and was pointed to many useful Firefox
  extensions. I have tried them all and actually installed Total
  Validator and TAWs on my desktop.  Problem is, none of these
  validators pick up page in the login area and data that are saved in
  sessions/caches (if you have worked on Magento project and have tried
  validate in certain area of the site, you know what I am talking :-) ).
 
  With HTML validation, most validators have validate by direct input,
  however I have not been able to find the similar feature in the WAI
  validator, so even with desktop validator, I am unable to run the
  validation.
  Validators I have tried thus far:
 
  Total Validator,
  WebAIM,
  TAW,
  FAE,
  Cynthia Says
 
 
  Anyone know other validator that does the job?
 
  thanks!
 
  tee
 
 
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[WSG] Downloading Fonts

2008-12-07 Thread Marvin Hunkin
Hi.
rebuilding my site.
and i have the following fonts in my style sheet.

georgia, century school book, courrier, new courrier, comic ms, and others.
but i notice, that on my local hard disk, or when i did have it on the web,
but closed it for copyright issues.
it was only displaying  arial.
did try searching on google.
but found a couple of sites, but did not work.
so where can i download fonts for my site?
cheers Marvin.
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