[WSG] Peek-a-Boo Bug in FireFox???

2004-09-18 Thread Chris Stratford
Hey WSG, Need some help here... http://fs.neester.com/ When you rollover the menu on the left. In MY firefox I see a PeekABoo sort of effect... Kind of the opposite though. the googlead ghosts over the menu for a second...?? Any ideas why? Thanks - Chris

Re: [WSG] Peek-a-Boo Bug in FireFox???

2004-09-18 Thread Joseph Lindsay
looks similar to this: http://www.andybudd.com/archives/2004/03/the_incredible_dancing_google_ads/index.php On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 16:38:30 +1000, Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey WSG, Need some help here... http://fs.neester.com/ When you rollover the menu on the left. In MY

Re: [WSG] Peek-a-Boo Bug in FireFox???

2004-09-18 Thread Rick Faaberg
On 9/17/04 11:38 PM Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] sent this out: Need some help here... http://fs.neester.com/ Somethin's real weird indeed. The site looks totally different in Safari than Firefox. Safari has orange menu boxes etc. Firefox has none of that. I think Firefox is loading

[WSG] WE04 and social gatherings...

2004-09-18 Thread russ - maxdesign
There have been a few comments on-list about meeting for drinks and such on and around WE04 later this month. To make things easy, we have added a WE04 blog entry that you can use to set up whatever social event you want. Plus it frees up the WSG for important discussions like... um... Anyway,

[WSG] Some links for light reading

2004-09-18 Thread russ - maxdesign
Standards Savings: http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/thoughts/2004/09/13/standards-savings/ Effect of z-index value to Releative Positioned and Absolute Positioned blocks: http://www.aplus.co.yu/CSSdesign/z-pos/ Spread Firefox: http://www.spreadfirefox.com/ min-height: fixed;

[WSG] Image work around

2004-09-18 Thread Nancy Johnson
Dear all, I realize this has been addressed before. What is the best way to have in css to have an image on the left with on the right without using , but keeping each in it's own column. Currently I have a page where the image and text in a table. The image is the size the client seems to

[WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread AmirBehzad Eslami
Greetings Every One! After "1st Page 2000", I'm using "AceHTML 5 Pro" to build websites (info: http://www.visicommedia.com/). It is great for HTML and CSS developer, but not for a programmer who uses _javascript_ and PHP. ... I'm getting tired of it :-( What is your favorite XHTML Editor?

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Chris Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], AmirBehzad Eslami [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes Greetings Every One! After 1st Page 2000, I'm using AceHTML 5 Pro to build websites (info: http://www.visicommedia.com/). It is great for HTML and CSS developer, but not for a programmer who uses JavaScript and PHP. ...

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Jad Madi
Windows Winsyntax http://winsyntax.com/ linux Quanta http://quanta.sourceforge.net/ Katoob http://www.Arabeyes.org/ On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 20:57:51 +0100, Chris Hughes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], AmirBehzad Eslami [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes Greetings Every One!

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Beedog
Hi Behzad, Trythe new "AceHTML6 Pro", it's much better ! Beedog[EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: AmirBehzad Eslami To: Web Standards Group Sent: Saturday, September 18, 2004 8:39 PM Subject: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/_javascript_/PHP Editor - NO

Re: [WSG] Peek-a-Boo Bug in FireFox???

2004-09-18 Thread JonathanC
MacOSX 10.2.8 - Firefox 0.9.3 Safari 1.0 http://fs.neester.com/ - Look pretty much the same here. Jonathan Cooper Manager of Information / Website Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney, Australia http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 18/09/2004 05:03:15 PM: On 9/17/04

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread JonathanC
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Re: [WSG] Image work around

2004-09-18 Thread Lea de Groot
On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 08:40:01 -0700 (PDT), Nancy Johnson wrote: What is the best way to have in css to have an image on the left with on the right without using , but keeping each in it's own column. I'm sorry, could you try phrasing that again? I don't seem to be able to validate your

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Richard Spence
AmirBehzad Eslami wrote: Greetings Every One! After 1st Page 2000, I'm using AceHTML 5 Pro to build websites (info: http://www.visicommedia.com/). It is great for HTML and CSS developer, but not for a programmer who uses JavaScript and PHP. ... I'm getting tired of it :-( What is your

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Nick Lo
jEdit: http://www.jedit.org/ ...and be sure to check out the recommended plugins in the jEdit Wiki: http://community.jedit.org/cgi-bin/TWiki/view/Main/PluginsOverview Nick Greetings Every One!   After 1st Page 2000, I'm using AceHTML 5 Pro to build websites (info: http://www.visicommedia.com/).

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Webstandards
This topic has been raised a few times in the past.. Is there a way this can be resourced on the WSG site? Nick Lo wrote: jEdit: http://www.jedit.org/ ...and be sure to check out the recommended plugins in the jEdit Wiki: http://community.jedit.org/cgi-bin/TWiki/view/Main/PluginsOverview Nick

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Leslie Riggs
I'm currently test driving a free editor, PSPad Editor, which has Top Style 3.10 (trial edition) built-in - you can also get Top Style Lite which is a free version, instead. I'm fast falling in love with Top Style. So far, I'm finding it a pleasure to work with PSPad/Top Style. The best

[WSG] 10 Questions for Jon Hicks

2004-09-18 Thread russ - maxdesign
Jon Hicks of Hicks Design talks about standards, his site, IE whitespace, logo designs and browser resources. Read more: Ten Questions for Jon Hicks. http://webstandardsgroup.org/features/jon-hicks.cfm Thanks Russ ** The discussion list for

Re: [WSG] My Favorite XHTML/CSS/JavaScript/PHP Editor - NO WYSIWYG

2004-09-18 Thread Aaron Egaas
I like SubEthaEdit most of the time, Dreamweaver if I need to use templates (usually for work) Aaron Egaas Digital Media Designer web: http://www.aaronegaas.com email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sep 18, 2004, at 9:53 PM, Leslie Riggs wrote: I'm currently test driving a free editor, PSPad Editor, which