[WSG] Anya Gerasimchuk is out of office

2010-09-09 Thread AGerasimchuk

I will be out of the office starting  09/09/2010 and will not return until
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I am out of the office beginning now.  Call me at 513.307.1224 or e-mail at
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Re: [WSG] Yes or No? HTML5 FOR WEB DESIGNERS

2010-08-17 Thread AGerasimchuk
To be honest - I read it, started using it, but am referring to the 
Internet sources most of the times.  The book is very general.
For example:  I started implementing video, but there is no explanation 
on the formats which are best to use and why, started using new elements, 
but there are no explanations on the details of use, be use, etc. 

It's a good book for a general overview though...
Anya



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Does anyone have an opinion on whether the book, HTML5 FOR WEB DESIGNERS 
by Jeremy Keith is worth the purchase? I want to learn more about HTML5 
but am turned off by the shameless promotion they've done for this book. 
Does anyone have any suggestions on other books or if this is worth it?

Thanks,
Jeff

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Re: [WSG] ems versus pixels

2010-07-21 Thread AGerasimchuk
I agree - I usually set just the body font for something like 95%, and 
then the container font for 1em.  I don't setup anything else, except if I 
need something different for some .classes or #ids.
Is that a good solution?



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On 7/20/10 9:58 PM, tee wrote:

 On Jul 20, 2010, at 7:10 PM, Mathew Robertson wrote:

 On 21 July 2010 11:52, tee weblis...@gmail.com
 mailto:weblis...@gmail.com wrote:

 EM can fail miserably in below senario for IEs for p, li and span
 tags due to inheritance making them very tiny and unable to get
 consistence font size for one block of content in different
 browsers not just the IE.

 body {font-size: 100.1%} p, li {font-size: 0.95em} span {font-size:
 0.9em}

 [snipped]

 As a general rule, you shouldn't be putting any font-size in tags,
 as that will frequently suffer inheritance problems. This
 general-rule applies to most attributes on most tags. The one
 example where this may not apply, is when defining a reset.

 That was just a quick example to illustrate the problem using EM unit
  when a layout has a span (class) 3 level deep or a li 2 level deep.
 It doesn't matter whether the font size is declare in a type selector
 or a class. The general rule that you may stick with, will still fail
 miserably.

[example snipped]

With all due respect, I suggest you are attempting to control the
uncontrollable far too finely. 0.9em is either one or two pixels smaller
than default, depending on the rounding applied by the browser. In other
words, you are already getting as much difference between browsers as
you are trying to apply.

I suggest you not attempt to make such minuscule adjustments to
font-size; set a size for a container or class and leave it at that. For
the most part I find browser default sizes good, with only a couple of
variations on a page (for more or less important content.)

Anyway, that's how I have managed to preserve my hair. Hopefully it can
help you.

Cordially,
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[WSG] ems versus pixels

2010-07-20 Thread AGerasimchuk
Hi,

I've been converting some of our company public-facing static web-sites 
from pixels to ems for layout and font-size.
But just recently I encountered several references that pixels are getting 
back into popularity - as it offers absolute control over text,  and 
that most browsers now can resize font based on pixels.

Any thoughts/suggestions on whether I should push the effort on converting 
our sites to ems?

Anya Gerasimchuk
 
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RE: [WSG] ems versus pixels

2010-07-20 Thread AGerasimchuk
That sounds like a good solution.  The primary reason we want to switch to 
EMS is for Accessibility and ability to enlarge text via browser's 
settings.  Will using % for structure be able to accomodate the growing 
size of the text accordingly if text is in ems? My understanding is that 
primary structure (like if I have a fixed size of a container in ems 
instead of pixels) will be able to adjust accordinly to text only if it is 
in EMS (elastic ?)  If it is in percentages , it will scale according to 
parent - which is a screen size for a container.  Therefore, I am still 
thinking to using EMS even for structural elements, and px for any static 
border, etc 

I was thrown off by this article where pixels were described as a 
preferred method, so wasn;t sure...
Thanks to everyone!




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The basic plan that I follow is to use % for structural items, which 
generally need to be proportional to other structural items, and 
ultimately the viewport itself.
Then, pixels purely for borders and images,
And EMs only for text.

Margins and padding can be either pixels, EMs or % depending on the 
particular situation, ie whether you are using them as structural pieces, 
for text-indent, or for decoration.


My argument for this is that if a box has width:50% or 98% or something 
like that, it is immediately obvious when reading the CSS how big it 
should end up; not nearly so obvious with width:43em
At the other end of the scale, if you want a fine line, then what you 
really want is 1px, or 2px for medium etc, not 0.05em or 0.004%, 
particularly since the latter are more likely to be subject to rounding 
errors.

With text itself, it should then be obvious that EMs are the most 
appropriate - % may work in a very similar way, but there is plenty of 
scope for confusion with percentages used for structural elements.


As for page-zoom, everyone that I have ever heard comment on it, prefers 
text-zoom, myself included.

Regards,
Mike

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[WSG] Accessibility standards - examples?

2010-07-20 Thread AGerasimchuk
Hello - and another question from me:

Can anyone recommend a good understandable interpretation of 
Accessibility Guidelines 2.0?  I, as a designer/developer, understand 
pretty much most of it (or whatever I need for our company purposes),  but 
we are in process of Defining how we are going to comply with these 
guidelines.  This is difficult as far as discussing those with a group of 
people with different industry knowledge - web architects, managers, 
content editors of Marketing type, and individual developers.  Therefore, 
I need to put together a good solid document stating what we need to do, 
why we need to do that and how we are going to accomplish that.

For example (and this is a bad example :):  What - JavaScript needs to be 
unobtrusive, and the site features need to be accessible with or without 
JavaScript.  Why - in some case if JS is turned off then the site breaks, 
(is there any statistics of how many users turn off JS?) ...How - this 
particular topic has various techniques, so no example here.

Does anyone have a good, solid, detailed by easy to understand/read 
example of such Accessibility compliance standards?  We are an insurance 
company and have never done this before, therefore this is a big start for 
us...
Thank you!
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[WSG] Anya Gerasimchuk is out of the office.

2010-06-04 Thread AGerasimchuk

I will be out of the office starting  06/04/2010 and will not return until
06/14/2010.
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RE: [WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread AGerasimchuk
I faced several similar problems before, but, to be honest, don't remember 
exactly what I did.  But I can offer some suggestions:  make sure that 
parents have RELATIVE positioning, make sure that all parents are 
Relative, plus Parents have a fixed height (not percentages) - I know 
fixed height is bad, but just see if that works, and then base your 
decisions based on that.

 
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 To concur with Thierry, the float on #mainContent appears unnecessary
 on this page. Give it a margin, or padding, to push the content off
 the left bar and you should be good to go.

These two containers are siblings, so if the OP uses padding or margin to
push the content off the left bar he will not be able to clear (left)
floats in the main section without clearing the sidebar at the same time.
This is why I suggested to use overflow/zoom to create a new block
formatting context.

This article may help understand the issue:
http://tjkdesign.com/articles/clearing-floats_and_block-formatting_context.a

sp

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[WSG] Anya Gerasimchuk is out of the office.

2010-02-22 Thread AGerasimchuk

I will be out of the office starting  02/22/2010 and will not return until
02/25/2010.

I am out of office from February 22nd till 25th.
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Re: [WSG] [WSG Announce] Some links for light reading (22/12/09)

2009-12-22 Thread AGerasimchuk
Russ,

Even though I have a lot of experience with GUI development and standards, 
and have my own opinions on things,  I am reading your links everytime you 
send them out.  Any article matters.  Please, keep sending those.
Thanks!

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Hi Rimantas

Why did I post this link? Because the article has an interesting take 
on HTML5.

This does mean that I agree or disagree with the article. I hoped that 
the article would lead to discussion and debate. I had also hoped that 
any discussion or debate would be conducted in a respectful manor 
(regardless of how strongly one feels that the other party is 
incorrect) and that anyone involved in the discussion would present 
their arguments rationally and calmly without sinking to personal 
attacks on other web standards group members (yes, the person who 
wrote the article is a member of this group).

Ahhh... I give up... there is no hope.

Russ


On 22/12/2009, at 10:46 PM, Rimantas Liubertas wrote:

 Will HTML5 make the Web even more invalid?
 http://rebuildingtheweb.com/en/html5-make-web-more-invalid/

 Can you provide any reason why you keep posting links to this site?
 Yes the blog _seems_ to be about web standards, but the posts
 are just speculation of poor quality and based on the lack of 
 information,
 misunderstanding and false assumptions.

 Sure, the guy has financial interest of keeping xhtml afloat, so he
 may see the HTML5 as a threat, but that's not a good enough
 reason to spout nonsense.

 Regards,
 Rimantas
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Re: [WSG] :: makeready ::

2009-12-22 Thread AGerasimchuk
I like the elegancy of the site, but think that Navigation is slightly 
confusing.  I also wasnt' sure where I am  - Home or About?  You are 
having two links, but it's actually the same page.  Also, you put Gustav 
Klimt as your first Portfolio item, but I (that was my first impression) 
thought that you are claiming that YOU ARE Gustav Klimt (which is a 
nonsence).  That might mean that you did not emphasize enough WHAT YOUR 
SITE ACTUALLY DOES.  You are doing website disign/development - make it 
stand-out more!  It is not clear from your home -page.  So, work on 
navigation - that is my thought.


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I can see you are an artist. It looks like a website that's been designed 
by an artist.

Looking at the site in Firefox my first reaction is to want to drag it to 
the left. Somehow being right aligned it feels uncomfortable - I wonder 
why the white space on the left.

I was also a little puzzled why the title of the home page is 'about'. 
When I click the home button I go back to about with home disabled and 
vice versa. I can understand why you have done it but it seems a little 
quirky.

I also seem to be doing a lot of scrolling (the page is long rather than 
wide) and it took me a little while to understand what was happening with 
the sets.

I hope this is helpful.

2009/12/22 David Laakso da...@chelseacreekstudio.com
I'd appreciate your comments and suggestions on this site.
http://chelseacreekstudio.com/

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Re: [WSG] converting CSS and XHTML to PDFs

2009-04-01 Thread AGerasimchuk
Thank you! I will try ...

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Try http://www.expresspdf.com/ConvertHtmlToPdf.aspx

with page orientation set to LANDSCAPE.

On Mon, March 30, 2009 2:30 pm, agerasimc...@unioncentral.com wrote:
 I have a problem converting my web pages, which are CSS driven into PDFs
 (users usually do Right Click - convert page to PDF) - they need to send
 those pages for client approval in the PDF format.   The pages in PDF
 display very poorly, not all CSS images are displayed, CSS formatting is
 completely off...

 Does anybody have any idea, what's the best approach to tame the CSS 
pages
 and convert them to PDF?
 Thank you!

 Anya V.  Gerasimchuk
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 Hi there - WebAim just released a good summarised guide to WCAG2, a lot
 easier for the newbie to get their head around.

 http://webaim.org/standards/wcag/checklist


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[WSG] converting CSS and XHTML to PDFs

2009-03-30 Thread AGerasimchuk
I have a problem converting my web pages, which are CSS driven into PDFs 
(users usually do Right Click - convert page to PDF) - they need to send 
those pages for client approval in the PDF format.   The pages in PDF 
display very poorly, not all CSS images are displayed, CSS formatting is 
completely off... 

Does anybody have any idea, what's the best approach to tame the CSS pages 
and convert them to PDF?
Thank you!

Anya V.  Gerasimchuk
Web Designer, IT - Web Shared Services
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Hi there - WebAim just released a good summarised guide to WCAG2, a lot 
easier for the newbie to get their head around. 
 
http://webaim.org/standards/wcag/checklist
 
 
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Re: [WSG] 3 column layout issue

2009-03-18 Thread AGerasimchuk
I have exactly the same problem.  Have two columns one shifted left 
(float:left), another right , when there is a table or an image in the 
middle, the content drops.  Any ideas how to get over this in IE?

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It may also be a width issue if you have an image in the middle column.

Kevin


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Hi, 

I have a 3 column layout structure. My issue is the content of the center 
column is shifting down . pls help me to fix this..

thanks a ton in advance..



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[WSG] Anya Gerasimchuk is out of the office.

2008-11-12 Thread AGerasimchuk

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Re: [WSG] Learning Javascript properly

2008-09-18 Thread AGerasimchuk
I've been trying to convince people here at work to  use JQuery for UI, 
but most are reluctant, because it's a framework. 
Any good arguments of Why it is still OK to use JQuery?


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Simon,

Get into jQuery man. Plain old javascript just doesn't cut it. Best 
library I have used.
Bit of a learning curve but well worth getting your head around.

Have fun: http://jquery.com/

Regards

Aubrey




Simon wrote:
 Hi all,

 I really want to get stuck in and learn Javascript properly, and by this 
I
 mean not filling my page with onclick and sending hrefs to #. But 
instead
 abstracting it all into the .js file and keeping my markup clean.

 I've followed the book by Jeremy Keith called DOM Scripting which 
teaches
 just that but it only goes so far. Everywhere else I look seems to have 
all
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 Does anyone have any resources?

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Re: [WSG] Learning Javascript properly

2008-09-18 Thread AGerasimchuk
I agree. Also I think their argument is that frameworks change, and if 
that happens, we are going to be stuck with what we had before...

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Anya,

It just makes good business sense, If you can write what would normally 
take 40 lines of code to do and can condense it to a half dozen. That's 
reason enough for me.

Today's customers are demanding a lot more for less so if you can do 
something in half the time - why not.

Regards

Aubrey


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 Simon,

 Get into jQuery man. Plain old javascript just doesn't cut it. Best
 library I have used.
 Bit of a learning curve but well worth getting your head around.

 Have fun: http://jquery.com/

 Regards

 Aubrey




 Simon wrote:
  Hi all,
 
  I really want to get stuck in and learn Javascript properly, and by 
 this I
  mean not filling my page with onclick and sending hrefs to #. But 
 instead
  abstracting it all into the .js file and keeping my markup clean.
 
  I've followed the book by Jeremy Keith called DOM Scripting which 
 teaches
  just that but it only goes so far. Everywhere else I look seems to 
 have all
  the old school techniques which I want to shy away from.
 
  Does anyone have any resources?
 
  Thanks so much
  Simon
 
 
 
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RE: [WSG] Google chrome... Coming very soon...

2008-09-04 Thread AGerasimchuk
Do you relocate? 

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Hi Guys, 

I'm in desperate need of a senior front end developer within Sydney! Key
skills HTML, CSS, DHTML, JavaScript and a little PHP..

If anyone is interested, please email me [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

Cheers, 

Lev 

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On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 7:24 AM, David Storey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On 3 Sep 2008, at 13:08, Todd Budnikas wrote:


 On Sep 3, 2008, at 6:19 AM, David Storey wrote:


 On 3 Sep 2008, at 11:42, tee wrote:


 On Sep 3, 2008, at 2:36 AM, David Storey wrote:


 On 3 Sep 2008, at 11:28, Regnard Raquedan wrote:

 Well, if it's akin to Safari, then it's as good as testing it 
there,
 right? :)

 Or is it...?

 No, it has a different JavaScript engine, and doesn't support a 
number
 of things the regular WebKit supports, such as text-shadow, 
@font-face
and a
 few others.


 Does it support border-radius or -webkit-radius?

 no browsers support border-radius.  It does support
 -webkit-border-radius, as far as I know (I'm running on Mac and
parallels
 doesn't work on my 64-bit Vista, and I can't be bothered to do the few
hours
 re-install process of Vista)

 -webkit-border-radius renders just fine. Running Chrome on XP on VMWare
 Fusion. http://www.css3.info/preview/rounded-border/

 Without WebKit's anti-aliasing as far as I can tell from Twitter posts.
I'm
 wondering if this is due to webkit using platform specific code for 
things
 like this and text-shadow, as being a reason why they are not in Chrome
 (Safari on Windows has a compatibility layer), or if it is a older 
branch.
  I'm thinking more the former.


Could someone tell me if it has Google Download Accelerator or other
Google Toolbar features built in? I'm just wondering how much is under
the hood...

-- 
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Re: [WSG] Web dev or design certificates

2008-08-22 Thread AGerasimchuk
Try CIW http://www.ciwcertified.com/certification. Certified Internet Web Developer (and then whichever is your area of specialization). Mine is CIW Master Designer - you have to pass 3 exams to get it.AnyaV.GerasimchukWebDesigner,IT-WebSharedServicesUNIFIInformationTechnology[EMAIL PROTECTED](513)595-2391[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgFrom: Michael Horowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Date: 08/22/2008 03:20PMSubject: Re: [WSG] Web dev or design certificatesAdobe has a cert http://www.adobe.com/support/certification/ace.htmlI think that would be a good project to have a Web Standards certification and force people to update every few years. Be great to have the W3C run it and test peoples standards knowledge.Michael HorowitzYour Computer Consultanthttp://yourcomputerconsultant.com561-394-9079James Jeffery wrote: I havn't even viewed the Opera certs. but I 'think' they do something  similar. I also know that PPK is doing something to get front end engineers  recognized. He is developing a cert. programme or something. As for PHP you can do the Zend Certified Engineer exam. Web Development is a fast changing subject and there are many branches  to it. I doubt any certification would be 'in date' for long. On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 6:57 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED]  mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:   Every once in a while I'll have a student ask if there are any   global or national web design or web dev certificate programs that   are worth more than the paper they are printed on.   Anyone know of any (XHTML, CSS, PHP, Flash, etc) that adhere to   web standards and are recognized by employers?   ***   List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm   Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm   Help: [EMAIL PROTECTED]   mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]   *** *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm Help: [EMAIL PROTECTED] *** ***List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfmUnsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfmHelp: [EMAIL PROTECTED]***
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RE: [WSG] Web dev or design certificates

2008-08-22 Thread AGerasimchuk
I agree on the markup. But I think that only 10-20% of all sites nowdays on the internet are designed to standards. And I do agree with Michael that some kind of certification needs to be considered for proper standards-based design. The CIW certification actually stresses that. The CIW organization also holds an annual conference in Destin, FL on standards-based web developmentand if you've done web design/development for a while, it's easy to get through those exams. I found that self-paced study CDs are very nice. They cover a lot of Accessibility and Usability staff, and Standards, but you as a designer must be always on the lookout of the new "trends"... They actually "organized" my somewhat scattered knowledge in the subject.AnyaV.GerasimchukWebDesigner,IT-WebSharedServicesUNIFIInformationTechnology[EMAIL PROTECTED](513)595-2391[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgFrom: "Thierry Koblentz" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Date: 08/22/2008 06:05PMSubject: RE: [WSG] Web dev or design certificates Try CIW http://www.ciwcertified.com/certification. Certified InternetWeb Developer (and then whichever is your area of specialization).I'm always surprised by the poor quality of the markup of these sites...-- Regards,Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com***List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfmUnsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfmHelp: [EMAIL PROTECTED]***
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RE: [WSG] Web dev or design certificates

2008-08-22 Thread AGerasimchuk
yes, validation sometimes might return "unserious" errors - if one tag is not closed, for example, then the rest will not validate and instead of 1 there will be 21 and etc. I didn't see anything Really horrible on the site to be instantly turned away from it.But I also suspect that in case of the larger company web-site- it's not only the designers' fault, but of those who eventually "maintain" the site and "contribute" to the site. So the site can become really ugly. I myself work in an insurance company and currently "struggle" for standardization (pretty much on my own :( ), and know that when you work with a lot of people, it CAN get really complex. And who knows - maybe they use some kind of CMS, which will make things even worse, like in our case.Besides, my boss recommended this certification to me... but I don't know. Tell me if there is anything else, besides Adobe.AnyaV.GerasimchukWebDesigner,IT-WebSharedServicesUNIFIInformationTechnology[EMAIL PROTECTED](513)595-2391[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgFrom: "Thierry Koblentz" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Date: 08/22/2008 07:42PMSubject: RE: [WSG] Web dev or design certificatesFrom: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Michael HorowitzSent: Friday, August 22, 2008 4:13 PMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] Web dev or design certificates8 HTML Errorshttp://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ciwcertified.com%2FCSS is not validhttp://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?profile="">imho, validation by itself does not mean much. The validator could return 8 errors when in fact there are only a couple and these mistakes could be due to poor maintenance.What bothers me more is the *quality* of the markup, in term of semantics for example.As a side note, I don't care if the styles sheets validate or not as long as they do not contain errors (I'm thinking of zoom:1 vs. colour:#000).-- Regards,Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com***List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfmUnsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfmHelp: [EMAIL PROTECTED]*** 
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[WSG] Anya Gerasimchuk is out of the office.

2008-08-01 Thread AGerasimchuk

I will be out of the office starting  08/01/2008 and will not return until
08/04/2008.

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Re: [WSG] html vs. html - neither.

2008-07-03 Thread AGerasimchuk
Who is using Red Dot for CMS?

We recently went through a merger of several companies (UNIFI) and some of 
us use Red Dot, and some (us here in Cincinnati) use Stellent - currently 
we are going through upgrade of older Stellent to Oracle CMS.

Any insights on these two CMS? 




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Sounds like Red Dot...

On Jun 20 2008, at 11:25, Rob Enslin wrote:

I must say that I find it quite alarming that any professional web 
developers believe that a CMS must produce URLs for dynamically generated 
pages (not files) which say .htm or .html on the end.

Dave, it's not that they (CMS vendor) believes it needs to be done or 
indeed compulsory, it's merely a case of 'this is what our system produces 
by deflault'. I just happened to notice the change and flagged it up with 
them as simply asked why?

Incidently, in the CMS I'm refering to it allows the administrator to 
remove extensions if desired. So, I could have http://mysite.com/register 
as a web page.

Rob

2008/6/20 Dave Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
I must say that I find it quite alarming that any professional web 
developers believe that a CMS must produce URLs for dynamically generated 
pages (not files) which say .htm or .html on the end.

My colleagues and I have adopted sites built by such developers, and I 
can tell you that misconceptions like the necessity of .htm or .html 
suffices were only the tip of iceberg.

If a site is actually a legacy static site made up of files, then . 
might be relevant (although setting up webserver rules to abstract away 
file suffice is pretty trivial, and it's much nicer for URL readability 
and SEO), but nowadays if you're building a dynamic site on a decent CMS, 
adding the .html (never .htm - that demonstrates dubious taste in server 
OSs) to the end of URLs for dynamically generated content is painfully old 
school and, as the W3C and other posters have pointed out, quite 
unnecessary - sort of like a www on the front of a web URL is (or should 
be).

Dave

Rob Enslin wrote:
Hi peeps,

I recently started noticing that our CMS system generated .htm pages where 
previously the system produced .html pages. I questioned the support staff 
and was told that the W3C deemed .html as non-standard file extensions (or 
rather .htm were more-widely accepted as the standard)

Is this true? Any thoughts?

Cheers,

Rob

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RE: [WSG] Browsers and Zooming

2008-07-03 Thread AGerasimchuk
That's the layout I am working on now for a large secured site.  You have 
to make sure, that almost all values are using ems and percent, and that 
there are no fixed widths anywhere in the blocks of content.  - this way 
you will not get horizontal scrolling when enlarging site.


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Yes, a similar criticism has been levelled at Elastic layouts 
-- that when you enlarge the text the layout grows with it, 


I think you meant to say MAY grow - a carefully designed elastic layout
will not expand the viewport horizontally.

Mike

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