RE: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread michael.brockington
For the sake of clarity; can you please confirm whether you are referring to machine-readable site-maps for the benefit of Google etc.; or to human-readable site-maps for the benefit of your human visitors? Mike -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of Designer Sent:

RE: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread Mohamed Jama
Hey Bob, Try http://www.xml-sitemaps.com/ They will create * Create an XML sitemap format that can be submitted to Google to help them crawl your website better. * Create a Text sitemap to submit to Yahoo. * Create a ROR sitemap, which is an independant XML format for any search

Re: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread Designer
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For the sake of clarity; can you please confirm whether you are referring to machine-readable site-maps for the benefit of Google etc.; or to human-readable site-maps for the benefit of your human visitors? Mike -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on

Re: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread Sanke Solutions
There is a small desktop app called Xenu Link Sleuth, a google search should find it. This checks all links on your site and gives you a range of reports on which ones are not working etc. It goes indepth and even provides links of items such as images etc. It can also give you a list of all

Re: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread nate hanna
Bob, I usually just make my sitemap UL and LI driven as seen here: http://www.stmarysgvl.org/sitemap/ or here: http://www.woodcreekdental.com/sitemap/ Both of those sites are database driven and I've written a PHP script to automatically produce the UL LI structure; if your site is not database

Re: [WSG] Skip nav links, tab through

2007-11-19 Thread Paul Collins
Thanks for your replies Steve and Phillipe, sorry to take so long to get back. My Safari works well now, so that's good news. I can't figure out how to set this up in Firefox, any ideas? Cheers On 16/11/2007, Tee G. Peng [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Nov 15, 2007, at 5:42 PM, Philippe

Re: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread Christian Snodgrass
As far as should obscure site link A be included?, the answer is yes. Sitemaps should generally have a link to each and every link on your website. I typically use just a standard unordered list (ul), and nest it if appropriate. Designer wrote: I have never done a site map/index. I have

Re: [WSG] Weird feature in Opera

2007-11-19 Thread Ray Leventhal
Rob Mason wrote: Thanks for the help regarding JavaScript all...very useful indeed. I have a poser for you, one that my simple monkey brain is finding hard to comprehend. On my site ( www.spongeproject.co.uk http://www.spongeproject.co.uk) I have a background image set on the body and

Re: [WSG] SIte Maps?

2007-11-19 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Designer wrote: Any links or pointers to creating such an index/map would be most welcome. Needless to say, standards and accessibility are important . . . I split them up in section-maps - table of contents - and produce them manually. An automated process is probably the only practical

Re: [WSG] Idiot's guide to JavaScript

2007-11-19 Thread Mordechai Peller
Ross Bruniges wrote: As a general rule of thumb if you are looking for online tutorials and examples that are teaching good modern JavaScript go find another one if it tells you to use things like: I generally agree, however: document.write If it's only discussed, but not