Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread Lewis, Matthew
What would be more a productive use of your time David is validating your pages. And there is plenty of We are still moving into our new site... please bear with us... stuff that still needs to be written. Just a suggestion. On 5/08/2008, at 12:34 PM, David Fuller - magickweb wrote:

RE: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread David Fuller - magickweb
I spend my development time actually working on client sites... How I spend my time is none of your concern - If your going to start getting all antsy and narcissistic then its showing your not professional... -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On

Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread kevin erickson
I have an idea. Let's let go this for now and let the mediator tell us when we are off the web standards fuzzy line. No? Peace to all! On Tue, 05 Aug 2008 11:55:13 -0400, David Fuller - magickweb [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I spend my development time actually working on client sites...

Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread Joseph Ortenzi
keep your handbags to yourselves please? looks like you ran off topic. ;-) As a list reader, it would be helpful to me (and perhaps to others?) if discussions were kept as close as possible to Web Standards related issues, and kept polite and respectful. can I kindly ask you to take a

Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread Andrew Maben
On Aug 5, 2008, at 12:17 PM, Joseph Ortenzi wrote: Would I be considered rude if I asked you to continue this particular thread off board? Thanks, Joe. As you saw, I took it off the list once but David had to bring it right back. It looks to me as if he just wants to annoy people, so

RE: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread David Fuller - magickweb
Actually Andrew I am not here to annoy people what I have said has merit. You are so quick to pass judgment simply because you do not agree with somebody's point of view. Its actually rather pathetic behaviour. If you cannot accept peoples point of view that differs from yours, then you

Re: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-05 Thread Michael Horowitz
I look at the list guidelines to see if I am appropriate http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm where it says the list is Provide web standards information and assistance to developers... The mail list covers any topic associated with web standards including: * Implementing Web

RE: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread Thierry Koblentz
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Fuller - magickweb Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 8:55 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of

Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread kevin erickson
You know the saying, 'If you don't like something, ignore it and it will go away'? Let's try that here :D On Tue, 05 Aug 2008 12:48:57 -0400, Andrew Maben [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Aug 5, 2008, at 12:17 PM, Joseph Ortenzi wrote: Would I be considered rude if I asked you to continue this

Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread James Farrell
I just joined today and am considering leaving already. 2008/8/5 Thierry Koblentz [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Fuller - magickweb Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 8:55 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

[WSG] Employment Opportunity: Small County Government Site in Drupal

2008-08-05 Thread James O'Neill
Greetings all, *I posted the following on the Drupal Forums and I will post it here as well for your consideration:* Currently, we are working towards bids for a full site developed, including back-end database work and, potentially, custom mods and content types. I have a page layout and design

RE: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-05 Thread Rick Faircloth
Sorry to come across blunt - but I don't think the web standards group is meant to be a teacher of css. Great that people on here are wanting to learn. But there are plenty of other places dedicated to these sort of things. And I would like to know what a list on any subject is for if not

Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-05 Thread Scott Elcomb
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 1:57 PM, James Farrell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just joined today and am considering leaving already. It's not usually like this; in fact I think this is the first time I've seen flames here. -- Scott Elcomb http://www.psema4.com/

Re: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-05 Thread Jody Tate
I'm a lurker on the list, but primarily because the list, so far, has seemed like a place where people come for help solving specific, remedial problems with long-standing (in internet-time) solutions well-documented on the internet and in books. On 8/5/08 11:10 AM, Rick Faircloth [EMAIL

Re: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-05 Thread Mike at Green-Beast.com
On lists like these, newbies can become gurus. And the cycle unselfishly gets repeated. :) Respectfully, Mike Cherim http://green-beast.com *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe:

[WSG] Re: WSG promoting standards via teaching? ADMIN

2008-08-05 Thread russ - maxdesign
ADMIN Enough! This thread has been completely out of line. The aim of this list, as others have said, is to HELP EACH OTHER. If you want to abuse people, please use a different list. THREAD CLOSED Russ *** List Guidelines:

[WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread 8bits Media
We currently have a project that includes a calendar in the design. The dilemma I currently have, is what is the best way to mark the calendar up? Should we use tables, or is it more semantically correct these days to use an unordered list? I'd be very interested to here peoples thoughts

Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread Bruce
8bits Media wrote: We currently have a project that includes a calendar in the design. The dilemma I currently have, is what is the best way to mark the calendar up? Should we use tables, or is it more semantically correct these days to use an unordered list? I'd be very interested to

[WSG] stupid table question

2008-08-05 Thread kevin mcmonagle
how can I lock down tr / td height so it wont expand to the size of the text contained within? is it possible? something like overflow:hidden for a cell? thanks kevin *** List Guidelines:

Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread kevin mcmonagle
theres a good standards based calendar tut here: http://veerle.duoh.com/blog/comments/a_css_styled_calendar/ -best kevin *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe:

Re: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-05 Thread Michael Horowitz
Definitely a hope of mine. I would really think it might be best to use subject headings to allow people who aren't interested in helping to skip over posts. Michael Horowitz Your Computer Consultant http://yourcomputerconsultant.com 561-394-9079 Mike at Green-Beast.com wrote: On lists

Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread 8bits Media
There's a few different opinions out there, but I think I agree with the responses from people on the list, tables make more sense. I found this example of a calendar marked up using a list http://www.cssnewbie.com/list-based-css-calendar/ but I think I'll be using a table in this

Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread Joseph Taylor
Definitely a table for a calendar, like: table captionAugust 2008/caption thead tr th scope=colSun/th th scope=colMon/th th scope=colTue/th th scope=colWed/th th scope=colThu/th th scope=colFri/th th scope=colSat/th

Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread James Ellis
A table is a good option for static calendars. i.e a grid. On the flip side, using a list based calendar, you'll be able to present it in different ways by altering the style rules for the elements, e.g as a pseudo-grid, a list etc etc. And of course, there's no reason why you can't do both