Re: [WSG] Search Engines and CSS

2005-01-30 Thread Kay Smoljak
On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 12:24:29 +1000, Lea de Groot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No, not particularly - the search engines dont seem to be semantic at all. In my experience - and seo is part of my job - search engines *do* place higher relevance on keywords inside H1 tags. -- Kay Smoljak

Re: [WSG] Search Engines and CSS

2005-01-30 Thread Mark Stanton
Google don't always use the Google bot user agent string - one of their techniques is to use an IE user agent string from a different subnet and compare it to what Google-bot gets. They also have very good methods of rendering content to analyse its visual output. This covers javascript tricks,

CLOSED Re: [WSG] .php extension

2005-01-30 Thread James Ellis
Hi list Once again, server side scripting and the innards of various web servers are off topic for this list. I suggest you ask a dedicated PHP list or user group http://www.php.net/mailing-lists.php http://sitepoint.com

Re: [WSG] Search Engines and CSS

2005-01-30 Thread David R
Mark Stanton wrote: Basically don't waste your time trying to out smart a company with that many PHDs and that much RD budget. There are good ways of getting results in Google without silly tricks that will get you banned. Write good content, get good links. ...Yet they can't produce a single

Re: [WSG] Gap in IE

2005-01-30 Thread Christoph Mandl
Thank you Russ and Mani, now it works... Regards, Christoph on Saturday, January 29, 2005, 12:45:23 AM you wrote: MS This is a very general response to your first problem (the MS gap in ie).  I haven’t looked at your code, and there is very MS likely a better way to solve it, however …

[WSG] 1px shift on inline list for visited links only

2005-01-30 Thread Vaska . WSG
I can't quite figure out why my list (site navigation) shifts to the right 1px every time I hover over an item that has a link that I've already visited - in Safari and Firefox on the mac at least. It doesn't effect links that I have not visited. I've validated both the page and the css and I

[WSG] Kaosweaver Complete CSS Menu - accessible or not?

2005-01-30 Thread Helen . Rysavy
http://www.kaosweaver.com/extensions/details.php?id=76 Hi I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this extension and whether it is fully accessible etc as it looks like it could be quite a time saver. Thanks Helen *** Helen Rysavy Web

re: [WSG] Kaosweaver Complete CSS Menu - accessible or not?

2005-01-30 Thread csslist
communitymx.com has a free ready to go fully compliant sites via mxp http://www.communitymx.com/content/article.cfm?cid=E1100From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 5:39 PMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: [WSG] Kaosweaver Complete CSS Menu - accessible or

[WSG] I can't get my DIVs to overlap or position correctly?

2005-01-30 Thread Joey
I everyone, this is such a simple problem, i havent been coding in CSS for a long time, and i have come accross a problem, if you look at this page: http://www.burninthespotlight.com/cssprob/homepage.htm = Problem page http://www.burninthespotlight.com/cssprob/css/default.css = CSS for problem

[WSG] Emulating min-width

2005-01-30 Thread David R
'Lo guys I'm just looking for comments on a concept I thought for emulating min-width in IE: div id=elementToHaveMinWidth pContent/p div id=minWidthMaker / /div #elementToHaveMinWidth { width: 40%; } #minWidthMaker { width: 620px; } The end result being a div#elementToHaveMinWidth never

Re: [WSG] Emulating min-width

2005-01-30 Thread Paul Novitski
At 04:19 PM 1/30/2005, David R wrote: I'm just looking for comments on a concept I thought for emulating min-width in IE: div id=elementToHaveMinWidth pContent/p div id=minWidthMaker / /div #elementToHaveMinWidth { width: 40%; } #minWidthMaker { width: 620px; } David, From the perspective

Re: [WSG] First Thoughts On Layout...

2005-01-30 Thread Paul Novitski
At 04:22 PM 1/30/2005, Chris Stratford wrote: ... Also the Dates on the right side of the titles, I used a method like this: dtTitle Here emdate here/em/dt so without styles, the title and date are easy to differentiate and also - it gives me the em tag to position the date :) Chris, I think

Re: [WSG] First Thoughts On Layout...

2005-01-30 Thread Chris Stratford
Sorry that may be confusing. the lines: OLDER POST... OLDER POST... OLDER POST... OLDER POST... OLDER POST... are ONE post. :) just filler. counldnt be bothered www.lipsum.com it :) Paul Novitski wrote: At 04:22 PM 1/30/2005, Chris Stratford wrote: ... Also the Dates on the right side of the

Re: [WSG] First Thoughts On Layout...

2005-01-30 Thread Michael Cordover
Hi Chris, Looks pretty good to me. Looks very good in fact. Just one tiny niggle. If images are turned off but style sheets are used, your footer links are invisible, as is your title link! I'm fairly certain this isn't a good thing ;). This is why the img alt= method is generally used,

Re: [WSG] First Thoughts On Layout...

2005-01-30 Thread Chris Stratford
Hey Michael, Hmm... Good point. I will need to try and think up a way around that :S Can you give me an example of when Images are not turned on but Stylesheets are...?? The reason why I did it the way I have is so if a screenreader read over it then it would be readable. Also if I want to have

Re: [WSG] Emulating min-width

2005-01-30 Thread Andrew Krespanis
For min/max width/height in IE5+, I use this: http://www.doxdesk.com/software/js/minmax.html It's simple, it works, what more could you ask for? Andrew. http://leftjustified.net/ ** The discussion list for

Re: [WSG] NVU IDE

2005-01-30 Thread Bruce Morrison
On Mon, 2005-01-31 at 14:46, John Horner wrote: Sometimes I think I'm the only person left who reads titles... I come across sites every day which have meaningless and/or identical titles, useless as bookmarks or in browser History lists, let alone in search results. I think you have hit

Re: [WSG] NVU IDE

2005-01-30 Thread Felix Miata
John Horner wrote: Part of any site review should be checking that each page has a title which is both meaningful and unique. Yup! http://members.ij.net/mrmazda/auth/tabstitlesbookmarks.html -- The message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved,

[WSG] SEO - price

2005-01-30 Thread ::::dotcompals::::
Hello friends, I want to give out some of my websites for SEO(search engine iptimization). Can I know what is the market rate for SEO per site what will be time frame to get the results. regards = Prashanth Nair dotcompals Tattamangalam.P.O Palakkad Dt. Kerala (State) India-678102

[ADMIN] thread closed Re: [WSG] SEO - price

2005-01-30 Thread Lea de Groot
On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 23:11:12 -0800 (PST), dotcompals wrote: I want to give out some of my websites for SEO(search engine iptimization). Can I know what is the market rate for SEO per site what will be time frame to get the This is offtopic Can I ask anyone with something to add to