Re: [WSG] [att] disables element in :focus?

2010-10-10 Thread tee
Hi Thierry,

I was setting up a test page for you and during the process I found the problem.

The [required] was declared twice which I didn't catch, and one with 
'!important' that I used to overwrite the background color in the input tag.

The '!important' got me into trouble a number of times. Sigh! 

Thanks for checking!

tee

 
 
 
 That works for me. Do you have a page we can look at?
 
 
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 Regards,
 Thierry
 www.tjkdesign.com | www.ez-css.org | @thierrykoblentz



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Re: [WSG] [att] disables element in :focus?

2010-10-10 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
If I may ask, what kind of HTML5/CSS3 projects are you working on - or is
this the same as the rest of us, i.e. practice?

Regards,

Jon Warner


On Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 8:36 AM, tee weblis...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Thierry,

 I was setting up a test page for you and during the process I found the
 problem.

 The [required] was declared twice which I didn't catch, and one with
 '!important' that I used to overwrite the background color in the input tag.

 The '!important' got me into trouble a number of times. Sigh!

 Thanks for checking!

 tee

 
 
 
  That works for me. Do you have a page we can look at?
 
 
  --
  Regards,
  Thierry
  www.tjkdesign.com | www.ez-css.org | @thierrykoblentz



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Re: [WSG] [att] disables element in :focus?

2010-10-10 Thread tee
Hi Jon,

I am working on a few HTML5 projects at once as I found this is the only way I 
can learn HTML5 more quickly. It's more than a practice because the final 
result will be  solid enough for the real world use. I mostly focus on 
eCommerce sites development and I am likely be more cautious about using HTML5 
on client's site, for now, I think using HTML5 for WordPress blog is OK.

This is one HTML5 WordPress theme (GPL license) that I finished last week that 
uses some CSS3 features that are not widely used yet, one example, the 
transition-duration that is currently supported by webkit. The theme has been 
downloaded over 50 times, hopefully someone out there is using it for his/her 
blog than just studying my code :-)



http://lotusseedsdesign.com/temple-gate/2010/09/temple-gate-a-html5-wordpress-theme/

tee

On Oct 10, 2010, at 2:35 AM, Jon @ The PixelForge wrote:

 If I may ask, what kind of HTML5/CSS3 projects are you working on - or is 
 this the same as the rest of us, i.e. practice? 
 
 Regards,
 
 Jon Warner
 



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