Re: [WSG] HTML5 offline storage question

2010-08-09 Thread Jody Tate
Asking why not just use the cache is a valid question. In this case, using HTML5 storage to house files doesn't seem to be tapping into all HTML5 storage can do--but it's not violating what storage can do either (so far as I know). HTML5 storage is like cookies: Simply put, it’s a way for web

[WSG] @media ordering in stylesheet

2010-08-05 Thread Jody Tate
Hi all, Does @media rule ordering in a stylesheet matter? For example, given the following order: @media print { body { #FF; } } @media all { body { #99; } } Will @media print override the @media all in this ordering?

Re: [WSG] @media ordering in stylesheet

2010-08-05 Thread Jody Tate
Thanks for the responses. I needed the experts in the group to confirm my suspicions. Best, jody *** List Guidelines: Unsubscribe:

Re: [WSG] EM bug in Safari 5?

2010-07-30 Thread Jody Tate
If this helps: my MacBook Pro is about 2 months old and Safari's default is 16px. -jody On Jul 30, 2010, at 11:38 AM, tee wrote: I had this issue to then I checked safari's default font size and it was set to 12px instead of 16px like the other browsers. Once I changed that setting

Re: [WSG] link rel=stylesheet question

2010-07-20 Thread Jody Tate
Many thanks to those who respond to the link rel=stylesheet question, Best, jody *** List Guidelines: Unsubscribe: Help:

[WSG] link rel=stylesheet question

2010-07-17 Thread Jody Tate
Hello all, In a stylesheet link, does the order of rel, href and type affect how a browser understands, loads, etc. a stylesheet? I usually see the rel attribute first, as in the example below, but does the order of attributes matter or is the order convention, convention meaning, that's what

Re: [WSG] Overflow hidden and floated divs

2010-07-15 Thread Jody Tate
I asked a similar question back in February and this link helped explain it: -jody On Jul 15, 2010, at 8:11 AM, Stevio wrote: I have a row of floated list items inside a container with height 1.2em, which is inside a parent div with a background

[WSG] the mysteries of overflow: hidden

2010-02-10 Thread Jody Tate
(I'm a list lurker. Also, apologies if this has been covered before.) In CSS, setting a div to overflow: hidden solves a problem it shouldn't--at least from the name of the property and value, it seems like it shouldn't. Often I'll have text, e.g. an h1, overflowing its containing/parent div,

Re: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-05 Thread Jody Tate
, emerging standards and so on. -jody -- Jody Tate *** List Guidelines: Unsubscribe: Help: [EMAIL

Re: [WSG] html vs. html

2008-06-19 Thread jody tate
as a standard. -- Jody Tate Web Developer - UW Network Systems *** List Guidelines: Unsubscribe:

Re: [WSG] Marking Up Poems

2008-06-19 Thread jody tate
Shakespeare and taught medieval, early modern and modern poetry for eight years before the siren call of web work). -jody -- Jody Tate Web Developer - UW Network Systems On Jun 19, 2008, at 3:06 AM, Jon Tan wrote: Historically each stanza in a poem

Re: [WSG] premature to test/worry new site for IE8?

2008-03-26 Thread jody tate
release. The efforts of the IE development team, while not always stellar in the past, genuinely seem to be going in the right direction. They're working with the Web Standards Project and other groups to ensure IE8 isn't the disaster that IE6 and 7 have been. -- Jody Tate Web Developer

[WSG] generated source

2008-02-26 Thread jody tate
sure I'm staying on track. Have others run into this problem? Thanks in advance, Jody -- Jody Tate Web Developer - UW Network Systems *** List Guidelines:

Re: [WSG] generated source

2008-02-26 Thread jody tate
Thanks, Paul, for the suggestion. Doctype, I don't think, is the issue. The doctype is set in the static XHTML that the Ajax builds on as XHTML strict. However, most generated source views remove the doctype, a phenomenon I asked about here: