[WSG] Flash and 100% height - retry and apologies

2005-08-10 Thread Brendan Smith
Firstly, not to excuse the format of my previous email, but I'm stuck with the Outlook Web Access mail client. Try as I might to get it to send text emails, this is as close as it gets. I apologise for any inconvenience it may have caused. I have to say it was dishearteningto see my request

[WSG] Flash 100% wide layout issues - resorting to javascript - eek!

2005-08-09 Thread Brendan Smith
Hi all, I've come crawling back with some issues. I never seem to be much help to anyone else - I hope someone can help me here. I have a page that has a banner, a menu, a side (tree) menu, a flash image viewing app as the main content, a control pannel and a footer. My (unobtainable?) goal

[WSG] Adobe Buys Macromedia

2005-04-18 Thread Brendan Smith
Oh - my - insert deity here. http://www.markme.com/mesh/archives/007504.cfm http://www.markme.com/mesh/archives/007504.cfm http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/invrelations/adobeandmacromedia.html http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/invrelations/adobeandmacromedia.html Where do things go from

[WSG] Web app guidance/site comment

2005-02-04 Thread Brendan Smith
Greetings all, I'm currently working on a web app that I have created in as much of a web standards karma giving way as I can muster. If I could get some feed back on this little number from the crowd out there I would be most greatful. General tips and pointers are what I'm after. If you

[WSG] Firefox 1.0

2004-11-09 Thread Brendan Smith
Hi all, Well it's finally here. Firefox 1.0. Yeah, you probably already know, but for those that don't... With an amazing history (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozilla_Firefox) of development, this little-browser-that-could has finally reached a milestone to be proud of. If you're as much of a

[WSG] IES and Firefox issues

2004-07-07 Thread Brendan Smith
I apologize in advance for the HTML email - using a web based client without the option to change to plain - expect a new client soon! Precursory info: * Yup, it validates (HTML and CSS) * http://www.websiteoptimization.com/ gave me a pat on the head! *

[WSG] IES and Firefox issues - Link included

2004-07-07 Thread Brendan Smith
Yes, it's that secure I forgot the link: https://monitor.hpa.com.au/ies/ I apologize in advance for the HTML email - using a web based client without the option to change to plain - expect a new client soon! Precursory info: * Yup, it validates (HTML and CSS) *

RE: [WSG] IES and Firefox issues - Link included

2004-07-07 Thread Brendan Smith
My theory: the auto height on #tree_menu_container expands the container to fit the content. Therefore the browser sees no need to add scrollbars. OK - I'll play with that and see how I go Probably a combination of the 100% width + 1px border on the table (which presumably will have tabular

RE: [WSG] turning back to the dark side...

2004-03-08 Thread Brendan Smith
And by the way ... I'm your father. Am I to take it then that CSS is essentially a bunch of Jedi mind tricks? Brendan From: Universal Head [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tue 09/03/04 4:12 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] turning back to the dark

RE: [WSG] OT: damn I feel old

2004-01-19 Thread Brendan Smith
Awww heck - I don't mind. Well for as long as Pete F stays on the list anyhow ;) 31 - 32 in June. So, stop your whinin' grin Brendan From: Miles Tillinger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Mon 19/01/04 4:12 PM To: Web Standards Group (E-mail) Subject: [WSG]

[WSG] Recommended CSS navigation code?

2004-01-14 Thread Brendan Smith
Hi all, After two days of stalling, I'm now in the proverbial. I need to find a CSS based drop down menu somewhat like the suckerfish menus for an intranet project that grew too big. I've checked out a few, none really grab me. I had built a menu out of Aaron Broodman's ypSlideOutMenus, but it

RE: [WSG] Web Editor?

2004-01-11 Thread Brendan Smith
Title: Web Editor? Happy new year all! Have kind thoughts for a poor fella who starts work again today after a short holiday break. Good question Taco. Im currently building an online template based CMS that I have sold to a hosting company. I originally had grand plans of

[WSG] Bookmark plugin: Was: do people still use bookmarks?

2003-12-12 Thread Brendan Smith
With all the OT posts lately - I don't feel as guilty posting this : ) I have always wanted to be able to make my bookmarks available. From anywhere. Everywhere. Home, work, cafe's, mate's houses - even the in-laws. Maybe even my dingy PDA. I always envisioned it being a plugin that worked

RE: [WSG] Sydney Workshop: Practical CSS Page Layout - it's on!

2003-11-10 Thread Brendan Smith
Well - I'm half convinced. I even have the go ahead to get some corporate dosh to pay for it! But two questions: I'm kinda ofay with CSS, aware of the box model, I even know it needs tweaking - but I never can get it quite over the line so to speak. Is this the guy to help? This course

[WSG] OT: multiple IE versions

2003-11-10 Thread Brendan Smith
Just a bit of an update: It's now possible to run both Internet Explorer 3 and Internet Explorer 4.01 in addition to 5.01sp2 and 5.5sp2 (and 6.0!) all on the one machine. Get the gump here: http://www.skyzyx.com/archives/94.php The files required are zipped and ready for exploitation.