[WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest

2008-04-23 Thread Krikorian, Margaret (DPS)
Thank you for your message. I am currently not in the office, but will return 
on Monday 28 April 2008. I will respond to your message at that time.


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[WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest

2008-04-23 Thread Pickering, Nikki
I am currently away from the office, returning Wednesday 23 April 2008.

I will respond to your email on my return.

Many thanks
Nikki Pickering
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Re: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

2008-04-23 Thread Matijs
The (imho) best way to do this is by using the Man in Blue's FooterStickAlt:

http://www.themaninblue.com/writing/perspective/2005/08/29/

On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 8:08 AM, Tim MacKay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Hi Amrinder,



 I would recommend this solution; it was given to me from a member of this
 list a few months ago and worked great.



 http://dusan.fora.si/blog/how-to-move-that-footer-to-the-bottom



 Best Regards,

 Tim



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 *Sent:* Tuesday, 22 April 2008 4:00 PM
 *To:* wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 *Subject:* Re: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::



 #wrapper {
   min-height:100%;
 } is not enough
 +
 * html #wrapper {
   height:100%;
 }
 html, body{
   height:100%;
 }
 #footer {
   margin-top:-50px;/* margintop = -(this height)*/
 }

 2008/4/22, Kepler Gelotte [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

  I have problem with the footer of my website: www.awayback.com it is not
 staying at bottom of the page. Things are fine in case of low
  resolution i.e. 1024x768 but in high resolution screens (1200x1024)
 footer is hanging mid way and not at bottom of the page.


 Hi Amrider,

 I would suggest adding another div id=wrapper around div
 id=masthead
 ... div id=footer with a min-height of 100%:

 div#wrapper {
 min-height: 100%;
 }

 This should keep the footer at the bottom of the page on short pages.

 Best regards,

 Kepler Gelotte
 Neighbor Webmaster, Inc.
 156 Normandy Dr., Piscataway, NJ 08854
 www.neighborwebmaster.com
 phone/fax: (732) 302-0904
 




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RE: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

2008-04-23 Thread Pablo E. Cordero C.
I use the following when I need to push the footer to the bottom.

 

http://matthewjamestaylor.com/blog/keeping-footers-at-the-bottom-of-the-page

 

It’s very well documented and works pretty well.

 

Cheers!

 

-  Pablo

 

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Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 1:58 AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

 

The (imho) best way to do this is by using the Man in Blue's FooterStickAlt:

http://www.themaninblue.com/writing/perspective/2005/08/29/

On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 8:08 AM, Tim MacKay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Hi Amrinder,

 

I would recommend this solution; it was given to me from a member of this list 
a few months ago and worked great. 

 

http://dusan.fora.si/blog/how-to-move-that-footer-to-the-bottom

 

Best Regards,

Tim

 

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Sent: Tuesday, 22 April 2008 4:00 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

 

#wrapper {
  min-height:100%;
} is not enough
+
* html #wrapper {
  height:100%;
}
html, body{
  height:100%;
}
#footer {
  margin-top:-50px;/* margintop = -(this height)*/
}

2008/4/22, Kepler Gelotte [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 I have problem with the footer of my website: www.awayback.com it is not
staying at bottom of the page. Things are fine in case of low
 resolution i.e. 1024x768 but in high resolution screens (1200x1024) 
footer is hanging mid way and not at bottom of the page.



Hi Amrider,

I would suggest adding another div id=wrapper around div id=masthead
... div id=footer with a min-height of 100%:

div#wrapper {
min-height: 100%;
}

This should keep the footer at the bottom of the page on short pages.

Best regards,

Kepler Gelotte
Neighbor Webmaster, Inc.
156 Normandy Dr., Piscataway, NJ 08854
www.neighborwebmaster.com
phone/fax: (732) 302-0904





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Re: [WSG]

2008-04-23 Thread Jon Gunderson
There is also the Illinois Functional Accessibility Validator (FAE)

http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu

and

The Illinois Firefox Accessibility Extension

http://firefox.cita.uiuc.edu

Jon


On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 8:43 PM, Kepler Gelotte
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Anyone know about a tool that automate the process of testing
   accessibility? any new good tool?

  One I like is: http://www.sidar.org/hera/index.php.en

  It is interactive and shows the area in question on your page. It has been
  around for a while though.

  Best regards,

  Kepler Gelotte
  Neighbor Webmaster, Inc.
  156 Normandy Dr., Piscataway, NJ 08854
  www.neighborwebmaster.com
  phone/fax: (732) 302-0904



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Re: [WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-23 Thread Christian Snodgrass
You may want to try out one I created: 
http://www.arwebdesign.net/systems/ValidInputImages


It's primary function is to place a image after the object that 
indicates whether it is valid or invalid. It also has an alt tag that 
says so as well. The only requirement is that each element is wrapped in 
something that can handle an img, because it appends a new image. So, 
you could mark it up like this:

labelinput/label

or (as I've done in my examples because it's easier to apply CSS like this)

lilabel for=inputinput/label/li

It checks each element after each element has been changed.

Mine isn't quite as easy as Matt's, because it requires that you call a 
function for each input, and there aren't lots of regexes predefined. It 
is light-weight and has been tested on all current major browsers, 
including IE6.


The thing I'm not sure about, and that maybe others will be able to 
assist me with is what happens when the image gets appended or the 
source gets changed. It seems I remember hearing that anytime the source 
is changed, the screen reader jumps to the top again. If so, that's 
something that I need to figure out a good work around for.


Let me know what you think.

tee wrote:
Yes, I second it, I implement it on a client's site and was very happy 
with until I found that it has problem in Safari 3.1 (552513) for the 
First Name, Last Name and Phone required fields - I had the fields 
entered correctly, but Safari kept telling me to 'correct the 
highlighted errors'.


It's probably a bug by Safari 3.1 (552513) because I had people tested 
for me in their Safari with different version, and they all worked.


I was forced to remove Matt's script as a result, and have the 
server-side validation.


tee


On Apr 22, 2008, at 8:58 PM, Matt Fellows wrote:
I humbly suggest my own: 
http://www.onegeek.com.au/articles/programming/javascript-form-validation.php :) 

Completely unobtrusive and requires only valid XHTML. If you have a 
little bit of JS knowledge you can easily extend the functionality.


Cheers,

Matt





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Re[2]: [WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-23 Thread Alexey Novikov
Hello, friends.

There is no client side form *validation*.
There is client side form *assistance*.

Validation should be performed on server.


--- 
Best wishes,
Alexey Novikov

http://blog.studiomade.ru
http://studiomade.ru




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Re: Re[2]: [WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-23 Thread tee

Hmm, why the Republic of JS kept saying it's form validation?

tee
On Apr 23, 2008, at 11:28 AM, Alexey Novikov wrote:

Hello, friends.

There is no client side form *validation*.
There is client side form *assistance*.

Validation should be performed on server.





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[WSG] animated scroll

2008-04-23 Thread Laert Jansen
Hello everyone.

I want to build some anchor to the top of the page using that kind of effect
that the scroll is animated...I believe its javascriptdoes anyone have a
tutorial or something like that that could help me?

thanks a lot
-- 
Laert Jansen
www.laertjansen.com


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