Re: [WSG] Best way to clear a float

2007-11-12 Thread Palle
Well, in my opinion - it's alway best practice to use CSS, e.g.

div id=oneone/div
div id=twotwo/div
div id=contentContent/div

...

div#one {float:left}
div#two {float:left}
div#content {clear:both}

That should do the trick for you. :)



On Nov 12, 2007 4:58 PM, Likely, James A. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



 Hello,

 I am curious to see how others clear floats.

 Here is the problem. Div one and two float left and take 50% of the screen.
 Content is to go below the two floats.

 div style=float: leftone/div
 div style=float: lefttwo/div
 divContent/div

 In the past I would use:

 div style=float: leftone/div
 div style=float: lefttwo/div
 br style=clear: both; /
 divContent/div

 As this seemed to be the only method to make the clear work in IE. I am
 curious to see how others do this and if you are doing it with out using the
 br style=clear:both /

 What method are you using to make this work in IE?

 Thanks

 Jamie
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Re: [WSG] Local W3C CSS Validator for Windows

2009-10-08 Thread Palle
I use Web Developer Toolbar for Firefox to validate local CSS files,
It's great. :)
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/60


/Palle

On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 1:48 PM, Daniel Anderson daniela...@gmail.com wrote:
 Can anyone help me with a good W3C CSS Validator that will run on Windows?
 Cheers
 Daniel
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Re: [WSG] HTML5 book(s)

2009-12-22 Thread Palle Zingmark
If you need (want) to catch up, I would start with this one. :)

Beginning HTML5 and CSS3: Next Generation Web Standards, by Christopher Murphy
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1430228741

Good luck!


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On Dec 22, 2009, at 20:10 , designer wrote:

 
 O.K., so David Laakso's recent mail made me realise that I need (want) to 
 catch up. I looked online for any html 5 books, and there are a LOT!  So, 
 could I please have your recommendations on (recent) books which tell the 
 reader 'how to write html 5'
 
 Many thanks,
 
 Bob
 
 
 
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