Re: [WSG] Can some of the HTML5 elements be used more than once?

2011-10-05 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
For what it's worth, you can use more than one H1 tag too - the semantic use would be for each section, perhaps for each article's title. I think that should move use of the h1 tag from the logo/title to what it should be used for; headlines, not page titles. Regards, Jon Warner Tel: 0788 99

Re: [WSG] Need a fresh eye - can anyone see what's wrong please?

2010-12-01 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
I agree, consolidate background-image, background-repeat and *-position into one 'background' statement. Easier and saves a few bytes. Regards, Jon Warner Tel: 0788 99 424 30 57 Arnold Road Eastleigh Hampshire SO50 5AR England On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 7:50 PM, Debbie

Re: [WSG] advice on background images?

2010-11-26 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
Again, I'm not sure if this deserves place in WSG, but to give you some direction: Photoshop has an Offset filter. Combined with the clone tool you can usually generate repeating images relatively quickly. Quality depends on a lot of factors though. I would recommend you try somewhere like

Re: [WSG] [att] disables element in :focus?

2010-10-10 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
If I may ask, what kind of HTML5/CSS3 projects are you working on - or is this the same as the rest of us, i.e. practice? Regards, Jon Warner On Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 8:36 AM, tee wrote: Hi Thierry, I was setting up a test page for you and during the process I found the

Re: [WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
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. Regards, Jon Warner On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 11:24 PM, Thierry Koblentz

Re: [WSG] Rendering mismatch in IE6 and IE7

2010-03-04 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
In addition to other advice, you may find that starting with a blank css sheet and adding in each instruction one by one, and seeing how each has an effect on the content. Ok, seems obvious, but this will a) provide you with information on how each instruction is working, either adversely or by

Re: [WSG] @media

2010-02-23 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
Try searching for css at'media - google'll ask if you meant css @media and voila! Regards, Jon Warner Tel: 07890 299 836 57 Arnold Road Eastleigh Hampshire SO50 5AR England On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 12:52 PM, designer wrote: Hi all,