[WSG] Advanced Tables Tutorial

2003-12-10 Thread Mark Lynch
As we haven't had a Russ Weaklyorial this week I thought I'd contribute this little tutorial I created. The reason I created it was that I have never seen any articles discussing tables and there is a lot of useful and information that I believe is relatively unknown. Please forgive any

Re: [WSG] Re: px em pt ???

2003-12-10 Thread Gino Ferraro
Hi Miles, Owen Briggs of 'The Noodle Incident' has a very good article on CSS Typography. He has developed a sample style sheet that covers all the base elements using %'s and ems. check it out at: http://www.thenoodleincident.com/tutorials/typography/index.html Cheers Gino Miles Tillinger

Re: [WSG] Re: px em pt ???

2003-12-10 Thread Tonico Strasser
Taco Fleur wrote: Makes sense too.. I guess in the end it all becomes a case of - is the client willing to pay for your extra time required to apply all these hacks. Having worked for several government bodies I am afraid to say I have NEVER worked with %, simply because it looked like a paint

Re: [WSG] Generated Content

2003-12-10 Thread Peter Neal
So what I understand from your tutorial Moose, and from my own experimenting, is that simple content can be displayed in Mozilla, eg. img:after {content: attr(alt)} but anything complex, including counters doesn't appear (anyone got a hack?) From literarymoose though it appears that Opera does

Re: [WSG] Browser Engine Standard???

2003-12-10 Thread Cade Whitbourn
Taco, The company that I work for at the moment cannot afford to say 'bye bye' to 5% of web users (let alone 2%) for the simple fact that 5% represents THOUSANDS of customers all wanting to pay us money to provide them with web services. BTW, You were 'web designing' in 1991...?

Re: [WSG] Browser Engine Standard???

2003-12-10 Thread Ryan Christie
Taco- I think it's more of a complex situation than that. I'm sort of sick of all the browser hoopla as well, and I've only been into designing for 5 years. Back when I was a consumer in the browser wars, that was a good time as well - fun to kick back and watch the dust fly :) I doubt there

[WSG] A few links for a Thursday...

2003-12-10 Thread russ weakley
1. Westciv Free CSS1 course is now starting. Every week a new major section will become available, but the old installments will disappear. http://www.westciv.com/courses/free/index.html 2. Nemesis article: Two columns with color - a simple step by step tutorial on how make a two column CSS

Re: [WSG] Browser Engine Standard???

2003-12-10 Thread Gary Menzel
I'm not sure why the browser wars were so damn violent Two words Market Share The big companies realised, once the Internet started becoming popular outside of Universities and large organisations, that the Browser was the perfect conduit into people's homes (far moreso even than

Re: [WSG] A few links for a Thursday...

2003-12-10 Thread David McDonald
Is it just me, or are the images missing from Russ's two column tutorial at http://nemesis1.f2o.org/articles ? Regards, David McDonald Web Designer Melbourne, Australia http://www.davidmcdonald.org ICQ:11814164 - Original Message - From: russ weakley [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date:

Re: [WSG] A few links for a Thursday...

2003-12-10 Thread russ weakley
David, correct! The site owner has been contacted. Thanks for the pickup - makes the entire article pointless really : ) Russ Is it just me, or are the images missing from Russ's two column tutorial at http://nemesis1.f2o.org/articles ? Regards, David McDonald Web Designer

Re: [WSG] A few links for a Thursday...

2003-12-10 Thread David McDonald
That's OK! I thought that the layouts looked a bit plain (without the images) - or that I was missing something ... Anyway, it's a good article. The syndication of Russ Worldwide continues!! Regards, David McDonald Web Designer Melbourne, Australia http://www.davidmcdonald.org ICQ:11814164