Re: [WSG] It's times like this you remember how far you've come

2007-03-04 Thread Kay Smoljak
On 3/4/07, Lea de Groot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You should be approaching your client and explaining that you have some problems with the markup thats been supplied to you and its going to take longer than you anticipated, because you had assumed that the other contractor would be supplying

[WSG] MSIE causing trouble

2007-03-04 Thread Michael Cordover
Hi guys, I've got a page at http://youth.afairerworld.org/ which comes up with a 4em space above the div.content despite me doing everything imaginable to get rid of it. IE Web Dev Toolbar shows a 4em margin-top in the DOM Explorer, despite me not putting that in anywhere. Any assistance would

Re: [WSG] MSIE causing trouble

2007-03-04 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Michael Cordover wrote: I've got a page at http://youth.afairerworld.org/ which comes up with a 4em space above the div.content despite me doing everything imaginable to get rid of it. Not sure since I didn't bother to deconstruct everything, but a copy shows that the margin on h1#banner is

Re: [WSG] MSIE causing trouble

2007-03-04 Thread Michael Cordover
There is a file: default.ie.css, linked from an IE conditional comment and contains exactly that rule already. Further suggestions? Thanks, Michael On 3/4/07, Gunlaug Sørtun [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael Cordover wrote: I've got a page at http://youth.afairerworld.org/ which comes up

Re: [WSG] MSIE causing trouble

2007-03-04 Thread ~davidLaakso
Michael Cordover wrote: There is a file: default.ie.css, linked from an IE conditional comment and contains exactly that rule already. Further suggestions? The requested URL /default.ie.css was not found on this server Michael Regards, ~dL -- http://chelseacreekstudio.com/

Re: [WSG] MSIE causing trouble

2007-03-04 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Michael Cordover wrote: There is a file: default.ie.css, linked from an IE conditional comment and contains exactly that rule already. Well, I didn't use that - or any other - conditionally commented stylesheet, and it all lined up just fine in IE/win. _If_ I use default.ie.css, then the

Re: [WSG] tabindex and accesskey

2007-03-04 Thread Designer
David Dorward wrote: I've never heard of it, and a quick Google doesn't help. Thanks David, that was what I thought the consensus was! In respect of the WAI I referred to, see: Cynthia at www.contentquality.com - it's the one which is used when you use the Firefox developer toolbar and

[WSG] unobtrusive js, document.submit IE

2007-03-04 Thread Chris Price
I have built a standard form with a list of options using radio buttons. The form is for internal use only but I still want to maintain standards and accessibility. To improve the look of it for the client I have added some javascript which hides the buttons and uses onclick events on the

Re: [WSG] MSIE causing trouble

2007-03-04 Thread Michael Cordover
I am the world's biggest fool. Thankyou for saving me. Regards, Michael On 3/5/07, Gunlaug Sørtun [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael Cordover wrote: There is a file: default.ie.css, linked from an IE conditional comment and contains exactly that rule already. Well, I didn't use that - or any

[WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Dwain Alford
i have done this before, but i can't seem to get this going. according to css definitive guide 3rd edition if i use the following css the background image is supposed to tile vertically: background: url(some-image.png) repeat-y; well, without a height and width on the image it doesn't appear

Re: [WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Jake Tracey
Hey Dwain, Do you want the paint stripe to repeat as the background for the whole page? I tried background: url(../images/paint-stripe.png) repeat-y; on body {} and it worked fine. Hope this helps! Jake -- Jake Tracey http://www.jaketracey.com p.

Re: [WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Dwain Alford
never mind, i figured it out. thanks for being there. dwain On 3/4/07, Dwain Alford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i have done this before, but i can't seem to get this going. according to css definitive guide 3rd edition if i use the following css the background image is supposed to tile

Re: [WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Christian Montoya
On 3/5/07, Dwain Alford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i have done this before, but i can't seem to get this going. according to css definitive guide 3rd edition if i use the following css the background image is supposed to tile vertically: background: url(some-image.png ) repeat-y; well, without

Re: [WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Mike at Green-Beast.com
Hello Dwain, Am I correct in assuming you want a paintstripe running down the side of your wrapper? If so, if that's what you're asking about, I would do the following First get rid of this: div id=paintstripe/div And remove that entry from the style sheet. I can't see that it is needed for

Re: [WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Dwain Alford
jake, this is what i wanted to do. i looked back at an old site where i had used a background image and all came out in the wash, so to speak. http://www.mppsi.com/ works great at 800x600. dwain On 3/4/07, Jake Tracey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Dwain, Do you want the paint stripe to

Re: [WSG] background won't repeat-y

2007-03-04 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh
On Mar 5, 2007, at 2:28 PM, Christian Montoya wrote: I'm almost certain that you need the positioning in that shorthand to make it work: background:url(some image) left top repeat-y; or center center, or anything really. No, you don't need. With shorthand, properties that are not specified

[WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2007-03-04 Thread Davis, Eric
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