Re: [WSG] H1 and the img tag

2008-08-25 Thread Joey Grasso
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[WSG] Does anyone know of a standard Calendar?

2005-03-18 Thread Joey
Title: Does anyone know of a standard Calendar? Hi everyone, I will have a mini calendar on a site im currently working on, yet I need something that is customisable, and also web standard. I found this so far: http://www.mylittletools.net/livedemo/mlc/ if you click sample 2 you will get an

[WSG] Scrolling TABLE within a DIV problem in Firefox?

2005-03-18 Thread Joey
Title: Scrolling TABLE within a DIV problem in Firefox? Hi Everyone, im posting this on behalf of my developer friend (Stuart). This is his message to you guys. --- I have a table to display data which has a fixed header with the info scrolling underneath. This is working fine in IE

[WSG] Onresize Javascript function? Any standard equivalent?

2005-03-03 Thread Joey
Hi everyone, I want to create a function that will swap a style sheet as you resize the browser, for instance, I have two style sheets, one with settings for lower than800x600, then a style sheet for any resolution greater than800x600, but imagine if someone resized the browser from 1024x768 to

RE: [WSG] Onresize Javascript function? Any standard equivalent?

2005-03-03 Thread Joey
Hi Patrick, Thanks, but when I tried to insert onresize into the body tag it told me it was invalid. Also if only CSS3 Media Queries were compatible, that suggestion was man July 2002!!! Anyway I don't want to get off-topic, does anybody has a solution for what I am trying to achieve? I had a

RE: [WSG] Onresize Javascript function? Any standard equivalent?

2005-03-03 Thread Joey
You are a genius, now I can just set max-width:1024px; :D Thanks matey! Ill give it a go, and see what happens. Kornel Lesiski Wrote: It does, with a little help: http://www.doxdesk.com/software/js/minmax.html ** The discussion list for

[WSG] Centre DIV Vertically? Any compliant methods?

2005-02-21 Thread Joey
Title: Centre DIV Vertically? Any compliant methods? Hi Everyone, I wondered if anyone has a solution on how to centre a DIV vertically. I found this information, http://www.quirksmode.org/css/centering.html but its uses a table. And I dont want to use a table as I am conforming to WAI

RE: [WSG] valid tracker code

2005-02-16 Thread Joey
/project/standard/stats.php?project_id=449285guest =1 Plus you can make it invisible on your page, which a lot of other trackers don’t let you do. The stats it generates are great, very detailed. Joey -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf

Re: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout?

2005-02-07 Thread Joey
*/ body#Menu {width:150px;} - Original Message - From: "Trusz, Andrew" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 8:17 AM Subject: RE: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout? : : : -Original Message- : From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout?

2005-02-05 Thread Joey
: *From:* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Joey *Sent:* Friday, February 04, 2005 12:53 PM *To:* wsg@webstandardsgroup.org *Subject:* Re: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout? Hi Tom, Thanks for that solution

Re: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout?

2005-02-05 Thread Joey
, 05 Feb 2005 13:11:26 +, Joey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Drew, I removed the 45% margin from #right but this still never worked: This is what i did: * Before:* #right{width:45%; background-color:#00FF00; padding:0; margin:0 0 0 45%;} *After:* #right{width:45%; background-color:#00FF00

[WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout?

2005-02-04 Thread Joey
Hi everyone, I wondered if anyone knew of some code for a simple 2 column layout, imagine: 50% Left Column 50% Right Column And when you stretch the browser the 2 columns will stretch too, but always both stay 50% of the browsers width. I have tried setting up something like this: div

Re: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout?

2005-02-04 Thread Joey
Hi Tom, Thanks for that solution, but unfortunately it doesnt work, because i get a horizontal scrollbar at the bottom of the page, in both Firefox and IE. Does anyone else have any solutions for this? Thanks Josef Tom Livingston wrote: This worked for me: !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC

[WSG] Problem with CSS in Internet Explorer!

2005-02-02 Thread Joey
Hi Everyone, I need your help, I have been trying all day to get rid of a gap between my DIVS, the site shows fine in Firefox, but in Internet Explorer it doesnt work if you take a look at this page in IE and firefox, you will see that there is a white gap in IE next to the icon image:

Re: [WSG] Problem with CSS in Internet Explorer!

2005-02-02 Thread Joey
Oh no that isnt it, that is just me forgetting to change the code back while i was debugging. It should be border-left-width: 3px; But that is not causing the IE bug, thanks though :) Anyone help me with this problem? Thank you Josef [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I suspect this:

[WSG] I can't get my DIVs to overlap or position correctly?

2005-01-30 Thread Joey
I everyone, this is such a simple problem, i havent been coding in CSS for a long time, and i have come accross a problem, if you look at this page: http://www.burninthespotlight.com/cssprob/homepage.htm = Problem page http://www.burninthespotlight.com/cssprob/css/default.css = CSS for problem

Re: [WSG] LOCAL XHTML TESTING - HOW TO DO IT?

2004-12-12 Thread Joey
Download Web Developer Toolbar for firefox for local validating. http://www.chrispederick.com/work/firefox/webdeveloper/ Then you can see a tool under Tools called Validate Local HTML that should help you out a bit. Hope this helps Joey Charles Slack wrote: LOCAL XHTML TESTING - HOW TO DO IT? Hi

[WSG] Why does firefox tooltip only TITLE attribute and not ALT?

2004-12-01 Thread Joey
I am curious as to why Firefox only understands the title attribute when creating tool tips, why cant we just use ALT? Cause if we want tool tips on our sites to work on all browsers this means we have to enter an ALT TITLE attribute which doubles the code for the same thing? Not very nice

Re: [WSG] new msn search engine

2004-12-01 Thread Joey
What validator were you using, cause i tried to validate it here: http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1uri=http%3A//search.msn.com/results.aspx%3FFORM%3DSRCHWB%26q%3Dcolour And it dont validate? Also neither does the spash screen... hmm i wonder what you saw? Josef Ted Drake wrote:

Re: [WSG] new msn search engine

2004-12-01 Thread Joey
. The CSS could use some work but I do think it is a good step forward. Ted -Original Message- From: Joey [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:00 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] new msn search engine What validator

[WSG] Problem positioning DIV bottom right always?

2004-11-30 Thread Joey
Hi i am having problems with the positioning of the "Privacy Policy" div tag element (id="privacy" in CSS) bottom right of the page. it sits positioned 7px right and 7px bottom if there is no scroller, but if you make the window small so that you get a scroller, then use the scroller to scroll

Re: [WSG] Problem positioning DIV bottom right always?

2004-11-30 Thread Joey
to scroll, i want the "Privacy Policy" DIV to scroll with the user instead of not moving. I hope this makes sense. Many thanks, and ill need it to work in IE too unfortunately :( (Stupid IE) Josef Dmitrty Kudriavtsev wrote: Joey wrote: Hi i am having problems with the positio

[WSG] Problems with positioning footer always bottom right

2004-11-29 Thread Joey
Hi i am having problems with the positioning of the "Privacy Policy" div tag element (id="privacy" in CSS) bottom right of the page. it sits positioned 7px right and 7px bottom if there is no scroller, but if you make the window small so that you get a scroller, then use the scroller to scroll

[WSG] Problems With Overflowing DIVs

2004-11-16 Thread Joey
Hi Guys, This is my first post here, i am gradually getting into web standards and CSS based design. But i am having problems with a simple layout at the moment. If you take a look at this page: http://www.burninthespotlight.com/topics/page1810666.html (this page has no design yet, i want it to

Re: [WSG] Problems With Overflowing DIVs

2004-11-16 Thread Joey
the ride! Thanks Joey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Joey, On first inspection I think your problem is setting the width to 100%. The three overflowing divs within the ctpost have settings that have the width of the parent element and are then shifted 175px to the right, hence the overflow. Try just