[WSG] Strange problem

2005-03-10 Thread designer
Good Morning All, (well, it is here), I have recently started the conversion of a site (www.sheltielife.co.uk - actually my wife's) to XHTM/CSS and I thought it was fine. It all validates etc (apart from the frameset and a teeny bit of Flash:-) and I've tested it in FF, IE5.5 and 6, Opera 7,

Re: [WSG] Image at the bottom of a column

2005-03-10 Thread Carlos Rincon Sanchez
Thanks Pix, it works finally :) but i replace the top: -190px; with margin-top: -190px; El mié, 09-03-2005 a las 17:56, pixeldiva escribió: On Wed, 09 Mar 2005 16:23:56 +0100, Carlos Rincon Sanchez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I need to put an image at the bottom of a column.

Re: [WSG] Strange problem

2005-03-10 Thread Genau Lopes Jr.
Hi Bob, i already had this problem with a website that i did. Somethin useful to avoid this kind of problema, you did wery well. You Validated the code. But sometimes, some browser or some OS may recognize the XHTML in differents views. I recommend you use a toll pretty useful tho hard times

Re: [WSG] Strange problem

2005-03-10 Thread Ingo Chao
designer schrieb: www.sheltielife.co.uk ... However, one lady has contacted my wife because she 'can't see the gallery'. She just can't access your left frame when javascript is disabled. In FF, choose Tools/Options/Content/, and disable JavaScript, to see. I think this is a problem of your

Re: [WSG] Strange problem

2005-03-10 Thread designer
Thanks Ingo, but she can see ALL the rest of the site, so it can't be that! Much obliged, Bob - Original Message - From: Ingo Chao [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2005 12:15 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] Strange problem designer schrieb:

[WSG] Liquid layout with fixed width elements

2005-03-10 Thread c82
Hi all, I've done some research on this and can't quite come up with a viable solution. What I have is this: a header, main content, side content 1, side content 2, and footer. The side contents are fixed with. The header, main, and footer are liquid. This is the way the markup flows in the

Re: [WSG] Liquid layout with fixed width elements

2005-03-10 Thread Felix Miata
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've done some research on this and can't quite come up with a viable solution. What I have is this: a header, main content, side content 1, side content 2, and footer. The side contents are fixed with. The header, main, and footer are liquid. Infrequent is a

Re: [WSG] Strange problem

2005-03-10 Thread Jalenack
Alright, I tested it in IE5/Mac, Safari, Firefox and Opera and they all turned up content. Seeing as she doesn't know what system she's on, I'd very much doubt she's running anything besides Mac or PC. Linux users tend to know they are running linux :-) It could have to do with this bit of CSS:

[WSG] centering floats?

2005-03-10 Thread Alan Trick
I have a bunch of boxes that are all a fixed width and a fixed height. I have them floated in a containiner so that they lineup nicely into rows. However, I want them centered so that when I only have one or two they'll be, well, in the center. There's no float:center as far as I know, but is

Re: [WSG] Liquid layout with fixed width elements

2005-03-10 Thread Alan Trick
Here's a way that would work on most browsers. The middlestuff div isn't mandatory, but it is usefull if you want to have a background, if you don't use middlestuff then you'll have to use #footer{clear:both} . HTML: div id='header'/div div id='middlestuff' div id='leftbar'/div div

Re: [WSG] Liquid layout with fixed width elements

2005-03-10 Thread Tonico Strasser
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I've done some research on this and can't quite come up with a viable solution. What I have is this: a header, main content, side content 1, side content 2, and footer. The side contents are fixed with. The header, main, and footer are liquid. This is the way the

Re: [WSG] centering floats?

2005-03-10 Thread David Laakso
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:44:39 -0500, Alan Trick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a bunch of boxes that are all a fixed width and a fixed height. I have them floated in a container so that they lineup nicely into rows. However, I want them centered so that when I only have one or two

Re: [WSG] standards, compliance and forms...

2005-03-10 Thread Lukasz Grabun
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 13:50:26 -0700, Devendra Shrikhande Would welcome suggestions from the list on links that have tutorials that explain how to build accessible and standards compliant online forms. http://www.webstandards.org/learn/tutorials/accessible-forms/01-accessible-forms.html Here

Re: [WSG] standards, compliance and forms...

2005-03-10 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Devendra Shrikhande wrote: I checked the list archive, tried Google and came up with the following links: Google is indeed your friend...and interestingly, if you search for accessible forms it brings back a whole bunch of very relevant results. And, as part of accessibility already covers

Re: [WSG] centering floats?

2005-03-10 Thread Alan Trick
Centering the containiner is meaningless though if it doesn't have a fixed width (that's smaller than it's container), and if it does have a fixed width, than it ruins the whole point of the thing, to allow the boxes to flow depending on the size of the container. I guess i'll just have to

RE: [WSG] standards, compliance and forms...

2005-03-10 Thread Devendra Shrikhande
Thanks Patrick and Lukasz ¤ devendra ¤ -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Lukasz Grabun Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2005 2:05 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] standards, compliance and forms... On Thu, 10 Mar 2005

Re: [WSG] naughty horizontal unformatted list in OSX IE 5.2 - Mac-addicts needed!

2005-03-10 Thread Zachary Hopkins
I've got a horizontal link bar on my site, http://www.hopkinsprogramming.net/, it works fine in IE 5 on Mac. Try adding *float:left* to the navigation items. --Zachary Miles Tillinger wrote: Hi all, I've managed to get this horizontal menu working in most browsers that it needs to, but IE 5.2

RE: [WSG] naughty horizontal unformatted list in OSX IE 5.2 - Mac-addicts needed!

2005-03-10 Thread Miles Tillinger
Hi Zachary, I'll take a better look at your link bar and see if I can work out why yours works and my doesn't... thanks :) nb. In my CSS, the LI's are floated left and it doesn't seem to help... Regards, Miles. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: [WSG] naughty horizontal unformatted list in OSX IE 5.2 - Mac-addicts needed!

2005-03-10 Thread Zachary Hopkins
Here's a quick reference to the css for my nav bar: ul.navigation{margin:0;padding:0;border-style:none;border-width:0;display:table-cell;} li.navigation{display:block;float:left;text-align:center;padding:0 3px 0 3px;margin:0;font-size:120%;font-weight:bold;} Such as, ul class=navigation li