Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread Tee G. Peng
James, I have no idea whether Opera uses Qt4 or 3 but it may filter through in time to a new Opera release (try Opera 9.5 beta - it may have it already). I have 9.5 Alpha Beta. Do you know if Opera is quick to bug fix? If not, I don't want to bother to report the bug. :-) tee

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Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread David Laakso
Tee G. Peng wrote: On this site, body {background:#FFB701} where footer wrap has opacity of 0.92 with a bg color #ftr_wrap {background:#0d0d0d; opacity:0.92;} and 3 columns has #col1, #col2, #col3 {background:#1a1a1a;} I think Safari and Firefox got it right, that the 3 columns'

Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread James Ellis
Sheesh, I could have sworn I was fiddling around with Opera and opacity the other day and it wasn't working, there goes my opacity credibility. I ran a few test on 9.5b and 9.24 (windows and linux) and they both do the opacity rules. It's only Konquerer that doesn't do it. Maybe that's where I

Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh
On Nov 13, 2007, at 10:06 PM, James Ellis wrote: I still find it a bit odd that setting opacity on an outer box affects the opacity on the inner box. For instance when you have nested white boxes each with an opacity of 0.5 over a black background they both end up having 50% black

Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread Navjot Pawera
On 13-Nov-07, at 1:26 PM, Tee G. Peng wrote: James, I have no idea whether Opera uses Qt4 or 3 but it may filter through in time to a new Opera release (try Opera 9.5 beta - it may have it already). I have 9.5 Alpha Beta. Do you know if Opera is quick to bug fix? If not, I don't want

[WSG] How to better center the YUI overlay

2007-11-13 Thread Thierry Koblentz
For those using YUI: Article: http://tjkdesign.com/articles/hacking_the_YUI_container_script.asp Frameset to help you compare both solutions: http://tjkdesign.com/articles/YUI_overlay/comparison.html HTH, -- Regards, Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com

RE: [WSG] How to better center the YUI overlay

2007-11-13 Thread Cynthia Mack
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Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread David Storey
On 13 Nov 2007, at 14:52, Navjot Pawera wrote: On 13-Nov-07, at 1:26 PM, Tee G. Peng wrote: James, I have no idea whether Opera uses Qt4 or 3 but it may filter through in time to a new Opera release (try Opera 9.5 beta - it may have it already). I have 9.5 Alpha Beta. Do you know if

[WSG] form destiantion

2007-11-13 Thread Marvin Domalaon
Good day to everyone, I have sample site http://medex-sa.com/index_1.html in the contact us, I'm having a problem of submitting the data of the user who fill up the form. I want the data of the user when clicking the submit button direct to the outlook of our company. Could anyone knows

[WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Rob Mason
Hi guys, Am comfortable with HTML/CSS and accessibility in general, but struggle with JavaScript. I'm not a developer by trade, am a business type (sales and marketing) so most oft he stuff is well over my head. I am looking for a really basic, plain English guide to JavaScript. Either on or

Re: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Bruce
One thought. Being Web Standards Group, look for Unobtrusive JavaScript. Google helps :) Bruce bkdesign solutions - Original Message - From: Rob Mason To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 2:18 PM Subject: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript Hi

Re: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Breton Slivka
Javascript is a big subject, and generally can't be summarized or simplified sensibly unless there's some particular aspect of it that you're especially interested in. Are you looking for something like a quick overview of the language itself, or perhaps some tutorial for getting a particular task

RE: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Robin Gorry
Hi Rob, I know how you feel, but once you get to grips with a few simple examples you will find it's not as scary as you think, it's like anything else the more you practice the better and more familiar you will become. I recommend buying Jeremy Keith's book called Dom

Re: [WSG] opera doesn't play nice with Opacity

2007-11-13 Thread Tee G. Peng
Many thanks again to everyone who replied to my post. On Nov 13, 2007, at 5:52 AM, Navjot Pawera wrote: I have 9.5 Alpha Beta. Do you know if Opera is quick to bug fix? If not, I don't want to bother to report the bug. :-) I just checked the thread and saw this discussion. It would a big

Re: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Kevin Lennon
Rob Mason wrote: Hi guys, Am comfortable with HTML/CSS and accessibility in general, but struggle with JavaScript. I'm not a developer by trade, am a business type (sales and marketing) so most oft he stuff is well over my head. I am looking for a really basic, plain English guide to

Re: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Dave Woods
I'm in a similar position and recently bought the Simply JavaScript book from SitePoint... it's easy to understand and all the books I've seen of theirs in the past have been up to date and use the latest standards so I presume I'm learning the correct way as apposed to following out of date and

Re: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-13 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Rob Mason wrote: I am looking for a really basic, plain English guide to JavaScript. Either on or offline will do. A little of both... http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/tutorials/javascript/important http://beginningjavascript.com/ regards Georg -- http://www.gunlaug.no

RE: [WSG] form destiantion

2007-11-13 Thread Jay Boston [Intense Design]
Hi Marvin, Best that you request a web development company to handle this as it can get complex. From your email, I would say you run the business. It also depends how your host server is set up, what languages can be used and how your email is handled. If you need help, contact a web

RE: [WSG] How to better center the YUI overlay

2007-11-13 Thread Jay Boston [Intense Design]
Hi Cynthia, Are you talking accessibility guidelines for colour? If so, this handy website will help you out. http://www.visionaustralia.org.au/info.aspx?page=628 Regards, Jay Boston Intense Design Phone: 03 9813 8229 Fax: 03 9813 8229 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web: www.intensedesign.com.au