[WSG] Re: relative positioning of nested lists

2003-11-18 Thread Ben Boyle
The extra linebreak vanishes if you specify padding-bottom or border-bottom. I've opted for border-bottom. It's not ideal but it works. http://inspire.server101.com/bttdb/mb/ Anyone see any other problems? Russ, I tried stripping out all the whitespace with no success. Worth a shot tho!

Re: [WSG] A few interesting articles...

2003-11-18 Thread russ weakley
Hi Michael, Welcome to the group! link rel=start... Refers to the first document in a collection of documents. This link type tells search engines (and other alternate browsers) which document is considered by the author to be the starting point of the collection.

[WSG] Modify class

2003-11-18 Thread Taco Fleur
Title: Modify class Is it possible to modify the attribuites of a CLASS dynamically? In other words, I now have a page with 200 objects on it, 20 of them are of CLASS:helpHidden, when help is clicked I now loop over all objects in the page and see if the object is of CLASS:helpHidden, if

RE: [WSG] A few interesting articles...

2003-11-18 Thread Mark Stanton
Hey Mike If you grab a copy of opera it actually does some good stuff with these link tags - you get a site navigation bar under the location bar with words like home, help, index, search, etc... I guess if there was better browser support you'd find a lot more people going for this sort of

RE: [WSG] Modify class

2003-11-18 Thread Taco Fleur
OK after your pointers I got the brain in gear (and found stuff I never thought was possible) I ended up writing the following !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd; html head titleContacts System - Tourism Queensland/title meta

[WSG] IE whitespace issues

2003-11-18 Thread James Ellis
Hi all I'm beating my head against a wall about this one... IE 5.5 and 6 is putting in some mystery whitespace (looks like about 8-10 pixels - a line) after a horizontal navigation list. This hor. list has a nested list holding some text within it. The UL tag is contained in a div - the

Re: [WSG] IE whitespace issues

2003-11-18 Thread russ weakley
James, Can you post a URL? Russ Hi all I'm beating my head against a wall about this one... IE 5.5 and 6 is putting in some mystery whitespace (looks like about 8-10 pixels - a line) after a horizontal navigation list. This hor. list has a nested list holding some text within it. The

RE: [WSG] IE whitespace issues

2003-11-18 Thread Miles Tillinger
From an earlier post ('[WSG] relative positioning of nested lists') that sounds similar problem: The extra linebreak vanishes if you specify padding-bottom or border-bottom. HTH. -Original Message- From: James Ellis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 2:42 PM