[WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest

2009-06-10 Thread Helen Skewes
Hello, I'm currrently out of the office.  I'll return on 11 June and reply to 
you then.  Thanks, Helen.

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[WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest

2009-06-10 Thread Carbis, Che
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[WSG] Edward Braddock is out of office was( WSG Digest )

2009-06-10 Thread Edward Braddock
 
I am currently away on leave returning to the office on 25th June

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From: Edward Braddock ebradd...@squiz.net
Date: Tue,  9 Jun 2009 20:44:38 +1000 (EST)
Subject: Edward Braddock is out of office was( WSG Digest )


I am currently away on leave returning to the office on 25th June

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From: kevin mcmonagle kvn...@mcmonagledesign.com
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 00:49:11 +0100
Subject: Re: [WSG] no scrollbars in ff

michael.brocking...@bt.com wrote:
 Kevin,
 I think that was meant to be a hint that we might be able to debug your
 code if we could see some of it - very few of us enjoy the extra
 challenge of 'working blind'.

 Mike
  

   
   
Ok, it's just that I'm still working on the site still and don't want to 
post code that may have a few validation errors in it.
Still I can't figure out why the scroll bars are missing. I thought it 
must have been something common but maybe I asked prematurely.
I've tried everything.

Heres the site if anyone want's to check it out.

http://www.gortahorkyouth.com/

As I say im workin on it right now.

-best
kevin

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From: Bunter, Terry (SEN) terry.bun...@aph.gov.au
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 10:02:32 +1000
Subject: RE: [WSG] no scrollbars in ff

Hi Kevin

The problem is in the styles.css
You have 
html {
height: 100%;
overflow: hidden;
}

If you change overflow to visible the scroll bar appears.

Terry


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From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org]
On Behalf Of kevin mcmonagle
Sent: Wednesday, 10 June 2009 9:49 AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] no scrollbars in ff

michael.brocking...@bt.com wrote:
 Kevin,
 I think that was meant to be a hint that we might be able to debug
your
 code if we could see some of it - very few of us enjoy the extra
 challenge of 'working blind'.

 Mike
  

   
   
Ok, it's just that I'm still working on the site still and don't want to

post code that may have a few validation errors in it.
Still I can't figure out why the scroll bars are missing. I thought it 
must have been something common but maybe I asked prematurely.
I've tried everything.

Heres the site if anyone want's to check it out.

http://www.gortahorkyouth.com/

As I say im workin on it right now.

-best
kevin


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From: kevin mcmonagle kvn...@mcmonagledesign.com
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 01:22:49 +0100
Subject: Re: [WSG] no scrollbars in ff

doh... thanks.


Bunter, Terry (SEN) wrote:
 Hi Kevin

 The problem is in the styles.css
 You have 
 html {
   height: 100%;
   overflow: hidden;
 }

 If you change overflow to visible the scroll bar appears.

 Terry


 -Original Message-
 From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org]
 On Behalf Of kevin mcmonagle
 Sent: Wednesday, 10 June 2009 9:49 AM
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: Re: [WSG] no scrollbars in ff

 michael.brocking...@bt.com wrote:
   
 Kevin,
 I think that was meant to be a hint that we might be able to debug
 
 your
   
 code if we could see some of it - very few of us enjoy the extra
 challenge of 'working blind'.

 Mike
  

   
 
   
   
 Ok, it's just that I'm still working on the site still and don't want to

 post code that may have a few validation errors in it.
 Still I can't figure out why the scroll bars are missing. I thought it 
 must have been something common but maybe I asked prematurely.
 I've tried everything.

 Heres the site if anyone want's to check it out.

 http://www.gortahorkyouth.com/

 As I say im workin on it right now.

 -best
 kevin


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[WSG] Webstock 09 recordings available

2009-06-10 Thread Mike Brown

Hi

Just a quick note that all recordings from the Webstock 09 conference, 
and much more, are now available online at the Webstock site:


http://www.webstock.org.nz/blog/2009/the-webstock-recordings/

Mike


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[WSG] How to set up a meeting in Canberra

2009-06-10 Thread Ángel Ruiz
Hello.

My name is Angel from Canberra (Australia)and I am new in this mailing list.
I am writing to you because about 1 month ago I went to the last meeting in
Canberra about the semantic web and HTML 5, and I would like to know how to
organise a similar meeting. The subject would be around Spring Roo, which is
a new Java Web framework developed by Spring Source in their Sydney offices.
They would like to make a sort of roadshow around the major cities in
Australia and they are keen to come to Canberra. The problem is that they
are unable to find a proper place in Canberra to perform the presentation. I
would like to know how or who can help me to organise this meeting at the
DEWHA facilities like the last meeting.

Thank you very much in advance.

Kind regards.

Angel Ruiz


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Re: [WSG] How to set up a meeting in Canberra

2009-06-10 Thread Martin Paulo
Hi Ángel

I suggest that you contact Peter McNeil (pe...@mcneils.net). He is the local
JUG leader and would be delighted to help out.

Martin

2009/6/11 Ángel Ruiz arui...@gmail.com

 Hello.

 My name is Angel from Canberra (Australia)and I am new in this mailing
 list. I am writing to you because about 1 month ago I went to the last
 meeting in Canberra about the semantic web and HTML 5, and I would like to
 know how to organise a similar meeting. The subject would be around Spring
 Roo, which is a new Java Web framework developed by Spring Source in their
 Sydney offices. They would like to make a sort of roadshow around the
 major cities in Australia and they are keen to come to Canberra. The problem
 is that they are unable to find a proper place in Canberra to perform the
 presentation. I would like to know how or who can help me to organise this
 meeting at the DEWHA facilities like the last meeting.

 Thank you very much in advance.

 Kind regards.

 Angel Ruiz

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Re: [WSG] How to set up a meeting in Canberra

2009-06-10 Thread Ángel Ruiz
Hi Martin.

I will.

Thank you very much.

Angel.

2009/6/11 Martin Paulo martin.pa...@gmail.com

 Hi Ángel

 I suggest that you contact Peter McNeil (pe...@mcneils.net). He is the
 local JUG leader and would be delighted to help out.

 Martin

 2009/6/11 Ángel Ruiz arui...@gmail.com

 Hello.

 My name is Angel from Canberra (Australia)and I am new in this mailing
 list. I am writing to you because about 1 month ago I went to the last
 meeting in Canberra about the semantic web and HTML 5, and I would like to
 know how to organise a similar meeting. The subject would be around Spring
 Roo, which is a new Java Web framework developed by Spring Source in their
 Sydney offices. They would like to make a sort of roadshow around the
 major cities in Australia and they are keen to come to Canberra. The problem
 is that they are unable to find a proper place in Canberra to perform the
 presentation. I would like to know how or who can help me to organise this
 meeting at the DEWHA facilities like the last meeting.

 Thank you very much in advance.

 Kind regards.

 Angel Ruiz

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