Re: [WSG] Chrome and Safari

2008-10-15 Thread Jon Warner
Not from what I've seen - safari (pc based) can be fine, chrome not. I'd 
have to go through my history somewhat to link theese pages/sites but if 
you must have the proof...


At the end of the day never assume 'just cos one works another similar 
will'. Chrome may be based on something, doesn;t make it work identical. 
My twin is based off the same genetics - but he's an asshole ;)


Jon

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Hi,

Seeing as though Google's new Chrome browser uses the same rendering 
engine as Apple's Safari, would it be acceptable to test browser 
layout issues in Chrome and assume the same CSS solutions apply in 
Safari?


Does anyone know of any distinct differences in CSS rendering between 
the 2 browsers?

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Fagan Design
fagandesign.com.au


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Re: [WSG] Question about presenting numeric percentages and accessibility.

2008-10-15 Thread Jon Warner




Could you use spans or divs (inline) to add title/other descriptive
tags? I'm planning a voluntary site for a day nursery and am looking to
make it perfect, as a portfolio piece but as a learning platform also.
In other words I'd appreciate others more experienced opinions.

Regards

Jon

Henrik Madsen wrote:

  
  
  What
about writing it out: one-third, two-thirds, half?
  
  
  
  

  


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  On 16/10/2008, at 10:01 AM, John Unsworth wrote:
  
  
Hi all,
Just a quick question. I'm writing up a website for a simple brochure
site, and the copy I'm provided with refers to "something 1/3 of
total" or "colour 2/3 of natural" and so on. And it just occured to
me, would Number Slash Number (ie; 1/2) cause any issue in regards
accessibility, be it screen readers or poor reading or math skills
(the correct term for this alludes me for the moment, I'm thinking
dyslexia, but not sure that correctly accounts for all potential
users). As such I wondered if the abbr tag might be
appropriate, or
if anyone has a better, more suitable sugestion?
Many thanks,
John Unsworth.


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Re: [WSG] H1 and the img tag

2008-08-25 Thread Jon Warner
Situations like this I tend to have the normal img and a separate text 
in h1 then use one of several methods to move the h1 out of sight 
(someone mentioned indenting the text as one example). Degrades fine 
when no css as the h1 tag just appears in the order set in the html.


Jon Warner
www.thepixelforge.net

Schalk Neethling wrote:

Hi there everyone,

I was wondering. There is a general practice to use text replacement 
when it comes to company logo's on websites. If one does not want to 
use this practice, would there be any objection to wrapping the 
company logo image with an H1 one tag?


I am thinking of this more in terms of the front page, on inner pages 
I would think the main topic of the page is the one that should be 
marked up with H1.


What is your thoughts and would you recommend image replacement instead?

Kind Regards,
Schalk


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