[WSG] Re: .NET sites which are XHTML 1.0 strict

2008-10-09 Thread John Polling
Hi, I've been working with .Net since the very early days, and yes it does have it's frustrations initially to get sites to validate, however there is no reason why it can't be done. With .Net 1.1 we wrote a PageFiltering module which did a small amount of manipulation to

Re: [WSG] .NET sites which are XHTML 1.0 strict

2008-10-09 Thread Rob Crowther
Peter Goddard wrote: It does require more effort than just using the standard control toolkits supplied by Microsoft [...] Additionally, there are best practices available which enable the placing of the server generated javascript to one area of the page (after the html) and JSON/AJAX/MVC

[WSG] RE: WSG Digest

2008-10-09 Thread Tommy K
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[WSG] [IE7 Glitch] footer is expanding, and acting wonky with scrolling.

2008-10-09 Thread Andrew Brown
Hi WSG! I've got a footer with rounded corners. I have a div.footer_wrap and div.footer for each corner. The technique worked already with all my other rounder corners. The only issue appears in the footer, maybe because its the only thing prone to scroll? Does anyone know what would fix

Re: [WSG] [IE7 Glitch] footer is expanding, and acting wonky with scrolling.

2008-10-09 Thread Сергей Кириченко
just remove margin of p or p itself 2008/10/9 Andrew Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi WSG! I've got a footer with rounded corners. I have a div.footer_wrap and div.footer for each corner. The technique worked already with all my other rounder corners. The only issue appears in the footer, maybe

Re: [WSG] [IE7 Glitch] footer is expanding, and acting wonky with scrolling.

2008-10-09 Thread Andrew Brown
Margin is already set to zero. Removing the padding will fix it, but then there's no padding which defeats the purpose. Remove the p doesn't seem proper practice, and then applying padding to either div footer elements still causes the problem. Its just strange its only a problem with the

Re: [WSG] [IE7 Glitch] footer is expanding, and acting wonky with scrolling.

2008-10-09 Thread Todd Budnikas
recently came across something similar, and was able to solve with a combination of display:inline-block; on the p and overflow:hidden; on the containing div. Might want to give that a shot. On Oct 9, 2008, at 3:24 PM, Andrew Brown wrote: Margin is already set to zero. Removing the padding

Re: [WSG] [IE7 Glitch] footer is expanding, and acting wonky with scrolling.

2008-10-09 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Andrew Brown wrote: Does anyone know what would fix this? I exhausted my self with various solutions. The live demo is here: http://monsterboxpro.com/dump/webtemp/index.html Stiffen up IE's backbone with a 'hasLayout'[1] triggering declaration. Add... div.footer_wrap {height: 1%;} ...and