Re: [WSG] Issues making compliant code using Joomla! [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2008-08-15 Thread Kim Kruse
wrong account ;) Sorry for that. Kim --- http://www.geekministry.com *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm

Re: [WSG] Wrapping multiple paragraphs around an image

2008-08-14 Thread Kim Kruse
How about just floating the image and add some margin to the float. Kim *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm Help: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] Issues making compliant code using Joomla! [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2008-08-14 Thread Kim Kruse
Good morning Alex and Florin, I hope it would be possible that Florin could have the sample ready for me today. Do you think it's possible? (Please tell him to use the sample code I posted. Also I would be great if I could have the header for the formbuilder index page (whip and devil@) and

Re: [WSG] hoot of the day

2008-07-08 Thread Kim Kruse
Just a quick glimpse before I leave... freaking great ;) Later... Kim --- http://www.geekministry.com dwain skrev: a long time a go a friend of mine told me this and i thought i would share it with you. you can always spot an evangelist. he thinks that juh-hee-zus is

Re: [WSG] BBC in Beta

2007-12-18 Thread Kim Kruse
Seems like someone is listening! The color buttons is gone and a few other things changed. Paul McCann skrev: Hi Everyone, Just a quick note to let you know I was the one who posted the BBC link, but I have nothing to do with the BBC whatsoever. So if you want to send private feedback to

Re: [WSG] BBC in Beta

2007-12-18 Thread Kim Kruse
Well they are on my computer! (we're talking about the 4 colored buttons that changed the colors of the page... right?) John Faulds skrev: Seems like someone is listening! The color buttons is gone No they're not. Unless you're referring to something different.

Re: [WSG] Invisible US Passport renewal page

2007-11-20 Thread Kim Kruse
Well the Danish foreign ministry http://www.um.dk/en passes html validation. The guys that build it obviously wanted it to validate (look at the comments) but that didn't make it accessible or more usable. Joseph Ortenzi skrev: personally, I expect US and UK government sites to fail

Re: [WSG] Problem getting IE to behave

2007-06-16 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Felix, I don't get offended and I'm sorry to hear you are getting upset because that was not my intension to upset people with me new design. But if it does I'll just have to live with that. Anyway I'm glad that I least inspired you to get started on your Lip service page. Have a great

[WSG] Problem getting IE to behave

2007-06-15 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, On this page http://www.geekministry.com/index1.php I've a problem getting the navbar to sit where I want it. If you look in FF/Opera you'll see how it should look. I just can't figure out what is causing the drop in IE and would really appreciate if someone could point me in the right

Re: [WSG] Problem getting IE to behave

2007-06-15 Thread Kim Kruse
the same with a CC it doesn't have any effect. ARGH if I may say so... Kim Puneet Sakhuja skrev: menubox { height: 33px; width: 530px; padding-top: 242px; } here, try using margin, instead of padding or try display:inline in this block regards puneet On 6/15/07, Kim Kruse [EMAIL

Re: [WSG] Problem getting IE to behave

2007-06-15 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Thierry, I'm a little confused what you mean with "them"! Is it the id's for each button? I guess the specificity matter is obvious once I know who "they" are :) Thanks a lot. Kim Thierry Koblentz skrev: On Behalf Of Kim Kruse On this page http://www.geekmin

Re: [WSG] Problem getting IE to behave

2007-06-15 Thread Kim Kruse
Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Thierry Koblentz Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 11:47 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] Problem getting IE to behave On Behalf Of Kim Kruse On this page http://www.geekministry.com/index

Re: [WSG] PopUp windows

2007-03-07 Thread Kim Kruse
What about PDF's. Should they open the same window? *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm Help: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] PopUp windows

2007-03-07 Thread Kim Kruse
"As to the question of web pop up windows, I believe most browsers default to pop up blocking on, and I strongly suspect that the majority of users are so indoctrinated with the notion that pop up = really annoying intrusion, that they are unlikely to make exceptions. (Is there any data on

Re: [WSG] Some studies about web standards usage (sites of Estonia and W3C members)

2006-03-12 Thread Kim Kruse
for some hints on posting to the list getting help ** -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] Site Check/Launch: Edentiti.com

2006-03-02 Thread Kim Kruse
, it was a limitation of the back end solution we had to accept, with plans to convert it to HTML4 later on. -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] Site Check/Launch: Edentiti.com

2006-03-02 Thread Kim Kruse
screen (W2K/FF 1.5). Not sure what you mean by that. I mean that the text wrapped in double strong is not coming up as strong text on my screen (it looks as the text below... but orange) What's Thierrys TIP? http://www.tjkdesign.com/articles/tip.asp -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim

[WSG] Validation problem

2006-03-01 Thread Kim Kruse
When I run this site http://mouseriders.dk/index.php through Cynthia validator (level 1,2,3) it fails Priority 2 - forms 12.4.3 and I just can't figure out why. Could someone please explain it to me? Thanks a lot -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http

Re: [WSG] Validation problem

2006-03-01 Thread Kim Kruse
Excellent. Thanks everyone... and why didn't I ask before! Kim Kruse wrote: When I run this site http://mouseriders.dk/index.php through Cynthia validator (level 1,2,3) it fails Priority 2 - forms 12.4.3 and I just can't figure out why. Could someone please explain it to me? Thanks a lot

Re: [WSG] AP div problem... please!

2006-02-24 Thread Kim Kruse
; top:72px; height:20px; width:50px; background:url(http://www.mouseriders.dk/til_michael/imagesBG/textbox_white.gif); z-index:1; } #TJKul { margin-top: 72px; background: #FFF url(kaosjs/ulbg_white.gif) repeat-x; float:right; margin-right:30px; } All the best, Soeren Kim Kruse schrieb: I'm

[WSG] AP div problem

2006-02-23 Thread Kim Kruse
with the stylesheet for this page yet) and you should see a white page with the A a in the blue header... at least in FF/Opera. I just can't figure out why it won't show up in IE. Any ideas? -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk

[WSG] AP div problem... please!

2006-02-23 Thread Kim Kruse
? -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list

Re: [WSG] Font Sizes - Best practice

2006-02-20 Thread Kim Kruse
** -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org

Re: [WSG] TARGET in 4.01 Strict

2006-02-14 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Sedar, Try this one http://www.tjkdesign.com/articles/popups.asp ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help

Re: [WSG] CSS Driven?

2005-12-13 Thread Kim Kruse
Tables are great divs are great and if you mix them it's almost twice as good or half as bad... whatever! (I think this subject has been driven way too hard and for x-mas I want it to run out of fuel :-) ) -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http

Re: [WSG] positive-discrimination === not positive and IMG properties

2005-12-13 Thread Kim Kruse
to the list getting help ** -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http

Re: [WSG] positive-discrimination === not positive and IMG properties

2005-12-13 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Christian, Titles aren't used by anything... so they are useless. Would you care to explain??? ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to

Re: [WSG] positive-discrimination === not positive and IMG properties

2005-12-13 Thread Kim Kruse
://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help ** -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk

Re: [WSG] positive-discrimination === not positive and IMG properties

2005-12-13 Thread Kim Kruse
for some hints on posting to the list getting help ** -- Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] CSS Driven?

2005-12-12 Thread Kim Kruse
hilsen/Best regards Kim Kruse - http://www.mouseriders.dk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

[WSG] Need help with form

2005-12-07 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I thought I've done everything correct with my forms... but no. So now I'm trying to figure out why Cynthia/WEBXACT fails my form pages. I just don't understand what it is I'm supposed to do with these forms. So if someone would tell me what it is I need to do to make cynthia happy and

Re: [WSG] Need help with form *SOLVED*

2005-12-07 Thread Kim Kruse
Thanks you very much for helping me out. I've corrected the errors and everything is fine now. Kim ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to

Re: [WSG] talking points for standards

2005-12-06 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Andreas, None of the general public cares about whether our sites are AAA compliant, whether they follow any standards or guidelines or not. What they want is a site that works. True and so they should have. If you buy a washing machine and it tells you This washing machine follows

Re: [WSG] talking points for standards

2005-12-06 Thread Kim Kruse
IMO the way forward is not to let others fight your fights (disabled vs bad site owners) but to pick up the glove and fight back yourself... together with others. I think Lea's idea about a badge is not bad. I came to think of the Dogme Manifesto (wonder why) and maybe something in that

Re: [WSG] talking points for standards

2005-12-05 Thread Kim Kruse
I tell my clients that the only way you can measure if your website (code wise) is any good is by using the industrial standards set by the W3 and the validators. This also means that if you can't maintain the site anymore any semi skilled coder should be able to take over. Not very likely

Re: [WSG] talking points for standards

2005-12-05 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Donna, That's why I mention the measure thingy and industrial standards. I get the feeling that's something companies appreciate from a business point of view. Kim, I've tried that (they have no idea what the W3C is or validators or why it matters and don't want to learn) and it doesn't

Re: [WSG] site check: theme for Typo

2005-11-26 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Marco, The template looks really great... but why does the text look jagged. I get a javascript error using W2K/FF 1.07 ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for

Re: [WSG] Say no to CSS hacks with branching techniques

2005-10-07 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Andrew, With due respect for your article (everything gets outdated status pretty fast on the Internet... no) you was the one brought your article into the debate ;) Peace Kim It's all well and good to say that's so outdated, what the heck were you thinking and you're right -- I don't

Re: [WSG] Cingular and Verizon go Web Standard

2005-09-25 Thread Kim Kruse
Neither of these site scales very well... and try them with javascript disabled. Christian Montoya wrote: Yes, I heard about these. Now if only someone would tell them to center their layouts! On 9/25/05, *Jorge Colon* [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know

Re: [WSG] Reason for leaving

2005-08-15 Thread Kim Kruse
I can't remember where I read it but the article claimed that there is at least 750 million disabled people worldwide. (I know not all of them are blind etc and is probably not using the Internet... but as Vlad say Accessibility is about usability for everyone, not any specific interest group

[WSG] Images not loading...

2005-06-26 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, On this page http://mouseriders.dk/esrum/test.htm I have some sort of problem in FF and other Gecko browsers. The images just don't show up unless I scroll the page, mouseover the links or reload the page. Does anybody know why? I would really appreciate some help as I have no idea

Re: [WSG] Images not loading...

2005-06-26 Thread Kim Kruse
/20050414 Firefox/1.0.3 and Windows XP Pro I am located in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA and it is Sunday, June 26, 2005, 3:12 pm EST.. HTH, Jeff - Original Message - From: Kim Kruse [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2005 2:27 PM Subject: [WSG] Images not loading

[WSG] Site check with a problem and something new

2005-06-14 Thread Kim Kruse
http://mouseriders.dk/ I would be glad if you could help me with the following... On OS9 Mac/IE 5 I have a background painting bug in the list menus on the right. I've read a ton of articles and none of them seems to apply to my problem (they way I read them anyway). So if anyone has an idea

Re: SPAM: RE: [WSG] Site check with a problem and something new

2005-06-14 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Josef, Have you looked at the page? I'm using @import and I'm *only* having problems with one particular OS... Mac OS9 and IE5X! AFAIK the page looks fine on all other browser/OS. Regarding the hint. Isn't it so that if you put a this page is best view or Update your browser... or worse

Re: SPAM: RE: [WSG] Site check with a problem and something new

2005-06-14 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Roberto, Thanks. I guess you didn't open it OS9? So unless that's the case it should not be necessary. Thanks though :-) Kim Ive opened your page in IE for Mac, versions 5.0 and 5.1.7 and it seems exactly equal to what I see in Firefox on Windows. Do you want me to send a printscreen

Re: [WSG] style sheet set up

2005-05-28 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Kornel, Stylesheets compress wonderfully. Enable gzip transfer encoding for them (but if you do it in PHP or alike, you'll have to send cache headers and implement cache validators, otherwise clients will re-download stylesheets). How do you do that? Kim

Re: [WSG] Flash Satay Embed Issue

2005-05-23 Thread Kim Kruse
Works for me using IE6/W2K Kim ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver templates and CSS

2005-05-07 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Joshua, Why not ask this question on the MacroMedia news groups. I'm 100% sure they have the right answer for you (I'm not sure but it might have to do with design time style sheets... or something like that :) Kim Joshua Street wrote: Hi, We're developing a website from a layout a client

Re: [WSG] Accessible dropdown menus

2005-04-14 Thread Kim Kruse
Maybe this is what you're looking for http://www.udm4.com/ (but I guess you're already aware their existence) Kim Roger Johansson wrote: On 14 apr 2005, at 09.07, Dmitry Baranovskiy wrote: I am not shure is my menu realisation fit to your requierments, but you could take a look:

Re: [WSG] Access Key question

2005-04-06 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Tee, I don't think you should use access keys for all pages. Only the most important pages as sitemaps, search etc. Kim ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for

Re: [WSG] Opening links in new window with XHTML

2005-04-03 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Im trying to have a link open in a new window (like Ive done a million times) however the validator doesnt like this. Take a look at this page http://www.accessify.com/tutorials/the-perfect-pop-up.asp or create a custom dtd (kinda cheating IMO) You should ask yourself if you really need to

Re: [WSG] Selecting text in IE 6

2005-04-02 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Nicola, AFAIK it's a IE bug in IE that has to do with position:fixed. There are two ways of fixing it... add the xml prologue (which will throw IE into quirks mode) or use this script... http://blog.tom.me.uk/2003/07/23/boie6selecta.php Have a nice weekend Kim Nicola Rubeo - Computer Time

Re: [WSG] Simple 2 column layout?

2005-03-18 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, How about *not* giving the second col a width (the one that is not in fixed width) Kim Trusz, Andrew wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Stevio Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 6:08 PM To: Web Standards Group Subject: Re: [WSG]

Re: [WSG] Simple 2 column layout?

2005-03-18 Thread Kim Kruse
advise? Use the min-width property, along with the PVII Set Min Width extension? http://www.projectseven.com/extensions/info/minwidth/ Thanks, Stephen - Original Message - From: Kim Kruse [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Friday, March 18, 2005 2:27 PM Subject: Re: [WSG

[WSG] Great 3 col layout (hacks free)

2005-03-16 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, A good friend of mine, Thierry Koblentz from tjkdesign.com, just finished a great version of a 3 col layout. I thought it might be of interest to this list. I know that Thierry would be very happy if you find errors or bugs and rapport it to him. The solution is here

Re: [WSG] Gnews

2005-03-07 Thread Kim Kruse
Looks nice... is there some kind of explanation how to implement etc? The only thing I know about it is it comes in a UK and Italian version and it's written in php :-) Kim ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

[WSG] Fieldset and Opera 7.5X

2005-02-25 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I've a problem with this page http://republicana.dk/kontakt.php (and the 2 other forms in that group) in Opera 7.5 on W2K system. I really can't figure out why they drop in Opera. They are OK in other browser I've installed on my system... FF, IE. Thank you Kim

Re: [WSG] validation logos - kitemarks?

2005-02-25 Thread Kim Kruse
I'm not sure I agree when it comes to you shouldn't plaster a site with stickers for valid xhtml/css/508 etc. I guess we all have a common interest in higher awareness about standards. Maybe the stickers wont mean anything to all people but lets hope they'll ask what it is. That way the

Re: [WSG] Fieldset and Opera 7.5X

2005-02-25 Thread Kim Kruse
Thank you very much Kim ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

[WSG] A little help with tab index and accesskeys

2005-02-16 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I've built myself this site http://republicana.dk (almost done) and I'm a little confused about accesskeys and tab index. What I've so far is this... Accesskeys: * Skip to content (alt s) * Index.php (alt 1) * Sitemap (alt 3) * Search (alt 4) * Conditions (alt 5) * A tab

[WSG] IE6 and my sidebar

2005-02-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I've made this site http://republicana.dk/ and I have a problem with IE. When the text is set to larger or largest the sidebar falls apart. When using largest the content drops and looks really bad. I works perfectly in FF 1 and Opera 7.5X. I've been looking at this for too long. Any help

Re: [WSG] Kaosweaver Complete CSS Menu - accessible or not?

2005-01-31 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Helen, I've use it on two sites. Mouseriders.dk and republicana.dk Really easy to work with. I can't recommend it highly enough if you use DW! It takes about 1 minute to make an entire menu that works cross browser. Kim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: [WSG] CSS Footers

2005-01-23 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi David, Couldn't you take the footer out of the wrapper... /div /div !-- end wrapper -- div id=footer pfooter stuff/p /div Kim David R wrote: Hey guys I'm in a muddle here... I'm using CSS to absolutely position my columns, because if I floated them I'd have to re-order my XHTML structure:

[WSG] Problem getting this layout to behave

2005-01-17 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm trying to get this page to behave in browsers... http://mouseriders.dk/thierry/ For the time being I've 2 problems on PC using FF 1.0, Opera 7.5X or IE6. Here goes... 1. I can't get the #inner div to line up with the tab menu above in any of the above browsers. 2. The #sidebar div is

Re: [WSG] Site check please!! Oh, you MAC people ... are you getting sick of me yet? ;~)

2005-01-04 Thread Kim Kruse
You have some problems on PC/FF as well... The position:relative on the footer produces the horizontal scrollbar on my PC. Furthermore something is wrong with your style sheet... I don't get the footer bg img and the arrows, green side bar etc. BTW... what is this style doing? * { padding:0;

Re: [WSG] IE 5

2005-01-03 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, Try this instead http://www.skyzyx.com/downloads/?PHPSESSID=dcfd2d1aad122941eac9dca3b811e845 Kim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, I hope this isn't OT, but I want to test my sites on various browsers and versions to ensure their compliancy, which I'm assuming is standards related. I

[WSG] way OT: merry x-mas

2004-12-24 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I know this is way OT but I just wanted to wish everybody on this great mailing list and the people running the list a merry Christmas from a satisfied member in Denmark covered in snow. http://mouseriders.dk/x-mas.jpg Kim ** The

Re: [WSG] W3C what are they doing ?

2004-12-21 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Berry, I wouldn't be so anxious about the new xhtml standards for now. I really don't think it'll be around in the next 4 to 5 years (if ever). If browsers will follow standards... I think there is a hole new awareness about standards and I think new browsers will follow standards. Even IE

[WSG] Best approach

2004-12-09 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm doing a template for a organization and the want a entry page from where people can select which page they want. My problem is they want something like this http://www.esrum.dk/ny_web/esrum_forside.htm and they insist on having rollover effect for the images (image swap). Next problem

Re: [WSG] Best approach

2004-12-09 Thread Kim Kruse
Thanks all... should keep me busy tonight :) Kim ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help

Re: [WSG] Best approach (new question)

2004-12-09 Thread Kim Kruse
Now I've looked at the samples and it seem it can't be done without having some kind of text as the link and they want to use their own font on the imgs. (I know... but they pay me and I do what they want... almost) So can the same effect as a javascript img swap possible using CSS only? Thanks

[WSG] Accessible Image-Tab Rollovers

2004-11-27 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm trying to find a CSS/image solution for a menu (not enough room for text based menu) and I found Dan Cederholms http://www.simplebits.com/bits/tab_rollovers.html which looks fine in IE6/Opera but no go with FF 1.0. So now I wonder... does it just don't work with FF? Kim

Re: [WSG] Accessible Image-Tab Rollovers

2004-11-27 Thread Kim Kruse
Sorry for the stupid post... I set FF to show imgs for the originating site only. Kim Christian Sonne wrote: On Sat, Nov 27, 2004 at 02:28:08PM +0100, Kim Kruse wrote: Hi, I'm trying to find a CSS/image solution for a menu (not enough room for text based menu) and I found Dan Cederholms

Re: [WSG] Help With a weird link style

2004-11-21 Thread Kim Kruse
First of all... you have I don't know how many instances of the same javascripts all over the place. You don't have a doctype. You have 2 start tags for style. You have your bodytag before the closing headtag. I suggest you fix that first. Kim Genau Junior wrote: Hello All, Im finishing a

Re: [WSG] Flyout menu questions

2004-11-08 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Ron, I've seen some pretty good menu system over at ProjectSeven.com Specially these 2 might be of interest... http://www.projectseven.com/viewer/index.asp?demo=tmm http://www.projectseven.com/viewer/index.asp?demo=mm2 They are quite accessible and degrades gracefully with javascript turned of.

Re: [WSG] Well since everybody... NOW WITH URL

2004-11-05 Thread Kim Kruse
OK... I'm glad to hear it's better now. I see what you mean with no imgs... not sure how to handle it though :o) Thanks a lot Kim Gunlaug Sørtun wrote: Kim Kruse wrote: I know about the site breaking when font is increased. It's because of the tabmenu (which is btw is crossbrowser and css only

[WSG] Well since everybody...

2004-11-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, It seems today is check my page day so I wondered if you would like to check my page too. The products (produkter) is not done yet but the rest should work fine. I thought a lot about tab index. Is there any need for them... unless you want to direct tabbers a certain way round the pages?

Re: [WSG] Well since everybody... NOW WITH URL

2004-11-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Sorry... http://www.mouseriders.dk/ Kim Bennie Shepherd wrote: Wonder where the site is located :o) On 11/4/2004 2:35:42 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, It seems today is check my page day so I wondered if you would like to check my page too. The products (produkter) is not done yet but

[WSG] A few problems with IE

2004-10-13 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I know this is only partly related to web standards and I apologize for that. Here are my 3 questions: 1. Why won't IE pick up the .tabs hover style? 2. Is there a way to get IE to play along? Since I couldn't figure out how to get it to work I added a CC for IE as you can see here

[WSG] Is XHTML harmful?

2004-10-06 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, First of all... I'm sorry if this is off topic. I've been telling people (the few who asked me and through my website) to use (valid) xhtml because it a W3C recommendation, it's device independent, (valid) xhtml can be processed by an XML parser, better accessibility, less code, faster

Re: [WSG] please help validate

2004-10-06 Thread Kim Kruse
No crashing here using W2K/IE6. Try to reboot and try again. Kim stefan sick | cialog wrote: help needed because i encountered a strange problem. please could you help me hunt this error down: my homepage http://www.cialog.com/ crashes on Windows IE and i've got no idea why the code validates

[WSG] Why wont this validate

2004-10-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm doing server side validating on a form and I get some errors I'm not able to decrypt. So if someone have the time to take a look here

Re: [WSG] Why wont this validate

2004-10-04 Thread Kim Kruse
it). Also, as it's an empty element, you need to make it self-closing input type=hidden name=submitted value=1 / Patrick -Original Message- From: Kim Kruse [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 04 October 2004 16:54 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [WSG] Why wont this validate Hi, I'm doing

Re: [WSG] IE problem with CSS tabs (solution)

2004-10-01 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi John, I don't know which tab menu you're using but I tried to get my tab menu to hover in IE... but I never got it to work. So in order to get IE to do something I added a CC for IE. My menu is here http://mouseriders.dk/ Kind regards Kim john wrote: Isabel, Thank you very much for your

Re: [WSG] Is it possible...

2004-09-21 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi John, Thanks for the answer. I'll try to see if I can get it to work. Kim Big John wrote: Kim Kruse wrote: I'm almost ready to add content to this page http://mouseriders.dk/ but I still have one problem I just can't figure out. Is it possible to create a style(s) that will show one

Re: [WSG] Is it possible...

2004-09-21 Thread Kim Kruse
://www.mouseriders.dk/mouseriders_default.css Sorry to be such a pain. Kim Big John wrote: Kim Kruse wrote: I'm almost ready to add content to this page http://mouseriders.dk/ but I still have one problem I just can't figure out. Is it possible to create a style(s) that will show one of the tabs white (you

Re: [WSG] A Church Website

2004-09-20 Thread Kim Kruse
May I suggest you open your browser, display the site and then copy the URL and paste it inside the post to this list :o| Kim Olajide Olaolorun wrote: Ooops... http://www.jccihouseofglory.com/index.php Sorry about that that is the link On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 12:16:31 -0500, Leslie Riggs

[WSG] Sliding doors and Mac IE5.2

2004-08-29 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm not sure if this is on or off topic. If it's off topic my apologies. I'm using the ALA tab menu (sliding doors) as my main nav. Now I've been told that it breaks in Mac/IE5 into something like this... left tab img - the link - right tab img. Is it possible to get it right in Mac/IE5.2?

Re: [WSG] Sliding doors and Mac IE5.2

2004-08-29 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Vicky and Nick, Thanks for your feedback. I really appreciate it. Kim Vicki Berry wrote: Hi Kim. :-) Your sliding doors look fine in my MacIE5.2, OSX 10.3.5. The icons in the content area, however, take on a stepped effect (like formatted nested code, for example - as if there's increased

Re: [WSG] Flash in Windows Mozilla 1.6

2004-08-23 Thread Kim Kruse
No... I meant between the p tags. (I was only trying to be funny... not very successfully though. End of story from my end) Kim Wasabi wrote: Hi, Do you mean the white box where the flash doc should be? C On Monday, August 23, 2004, at 09:52 AM, Kim Kruse wrote: I'm not going to invalidate my

Re: [WSG] access keys and tab index

2004-07-27 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Ted, After looking at numerous articles about accesskeys I came to the conclusion that accesskeys are more bad than good. The only accesskey I use on my site is s for skip navigation (pretty much universal). Anyway this article explains it pretty good

Re: [WSG]headers

2004-07-06 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Drew, Thank you for your very detailed explanation. It was actually just what I needed because I'm almost running over with reading specs from W3 and numorus other sources. (It's now saved in my useful folder on my backup drive) Anyway your last paragraph did it for me because that just

[WSG]

2004-07-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Lee, Thank you for your detailed comments. OK... number 1 and 2 make sense.Butno 3 doesn't. In my FF 0.9 I can tab through the page with and without _javascript_ enabled. But maybe I misunderstand what you're saying. This is where I'm not sure what the best approach is. The 3 links

RE: [WSG] a few question on accessibillity

2004-07-04 Thread Kim Kruse
(Sorry about the doublepost... don't know what happened to the subject line) Hi Lee, Thank you for your detailed comments. OK... number 1 and 2 make sense.Butno 3 doesn't. In my FF 0.9 I can tab through the page with and without _javascript_ enabled. But maybe I misunderstand what you're

RE: [WSG]

2004-07-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Lee, Continuing with out conversation and therefore keeping the posts together so people don't get confused. Let's go back to #1. (1) Your first question deals with the fact that you have the following codes in use.lia href="produkter.htm" title="Gruppe: produkt

RE: [WSG]

2004-07-04 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi Lee, Hello Kim, Strict requires all pages to be opened in the same window. OK... I thought the onkeypress combined with onclick would do OK since it validates strict Regardless of how you do the _javascript_ it will not provide an accessible option. My recommendation would be to

[WSG] a few question on accessibillity

2004-07-03 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm trying to make this site as accessible as I can with the limited knowledge I have on this issue. So I tried the validatores... but to be honest I'm quite unsure how to read and use the results. If I run this page through the validator

[WSG] small gap

2004-06-22 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, I'm sorry to ask this question but I've been looking at this page for too long and I can't see why there is a small gap between the top nav and the content. The page is located here http://www.mouseriders.dk/index.htm I would really appreciate a pair of fresh eyes. Thank you Kim

Re: [WSG] small gap

2004-06-22 Thread Kim Kruse
Thank you very much... oh boy do I feel stupid :o) Kim - Original Message - From: Mordechai Peller [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 7:03 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] small gap Kim Kruse wrote: I'm sorry to ask this question but I've been looking

[WSG] Problems in Mac IE 5.2

2004-05-23 Thread Kim Kruse
Hi, First of all I sorry to be such a pain to keep bugging you with my lack of knowledge. Thanks to you this page http://www.pagemakers.dk/mouseriders/index.htmlook the same in every browser I've tested in except for Mac/IE 5.2. I've tested on Linux using PC and IE6, IE5, Opera 7, Moz and

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