Re: [WSG] Search Engine Script *Little off topic*

2006-02-08 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
try http://www.sofotex.com/TSEP---The-Search-Engine-Project-download_L27025.html2006/2/8, Terrence Wood 
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Re: [WSG] IE7 Now what?

2006-02-01 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
could the new IE 7 beta 2 or beta 1 , can they be installed on Service pack 1 ? - coz I don't have SP2 jet :S :) 2006/2/1, Miles Davies [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/12/19/ie7beta_patch_glitch/You should think twice before installing any Microsoft Better products.
On 01/02/06, Jay Gilmore [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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I have downloaded IE7 Beta 2 and I have looked at a couple of my sites.
I have found some problems (never mind how slow the programs is). I use
some * html hacks and some display: inline block tricks to emulate
tables in IE's 6 and lower. Are there resources for ways to fix these
hacks that are backward compatible or is the only way the method
suggested by IE team which is to use conditional comments in the *head*
and use a separate stylesheet?
Jay
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Re: [WSG] what cms system

2006-01-18 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
2006/1/18, Dietmar Albers [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
Drupal- okfine 
Geeklog - mhhhmhmh Mambo Open Source - mhhh
mhmh PHP-Nuke- mhhh
mhmm phpWCMS - mhhh
mhmm dunno phpWebSite- mhhh
nah Post-Nuke - mhhh
maybe but nah Siteframe - mhhh
aAaaa nah TYPO3 - very good, but needs some
nope special webserver optionsXoops - mhhh
maybe yeahtry - textpattern :) it's easy to use and good. 
There is one more, very good and easy to understand: Contenido(http://www.contenido.org/opensourcecms/en/index-b-11-155.html), but there are
not very much special tools and add ons. I'm uisng it for my new school website(http://hswasserbank.de/da/cms/front_content.php - under construction yet). Btw:
there are some problems with this inline editor, it generates non validatingcode and you need to use the java editor and clean up the code before saving it.You will see! ;-)CuD.**
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Re: [WSG] the kind of assignment that makes you want to scream

2005-12-17 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
lol heh m8 I'm like O_O nah this can't be posible :) Good luck :)2005/12/17, Ted Drake [EMAIL PROTECTED]:













Can you imagine being the one stuck with creating this
navigation scheme?


http://shop2.outpost.com/product/4600108?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG



holy moley, mother of all tabs. It makes me itch just
looking at it. 



Ted Drake

Front-end
Engineer

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Re: [WSG] firefox 1.5 is official

2005-11-30 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
hm m8 can you send me via mail that snow script !?
2005/11/30, Artemis [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 I upgraded and so far I'm happy with it. :)

 I did notice one thing right off the bat. I have one of those snow
 falling java scripts on my personal blog (I don't normaly use those
 types of java scripts on my sites.. and never on a business site), and
 the snow falls more smoothly in FF 1.5. It's not something anyone else
 would really notice, but since I go to my personal blog several times a
 day I noticed right away that the snow looks much better.

 Artemis

  Original Message 
 From: Ted Drake [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: [WSG] firefox 1.5 is official
 Date: 11/29/2005 15:44

 Firefox has just officially released 1.5
 http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/releases/1.5.html
 
 It's time to upgrade. If you haven't been using the beta, you'll be
 pleasantly surprised.
 
 Ted
 
 
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Re: [WSG] Margins and floats

2005-11-29 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
yeah my point exactly 67 % m8!

2005/11/29, Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 
  Ended up, because content comes first, making the margin for the right side
  menu 67% left.
  #content {float: left; width:65%;
margin-right: 15px;
  }
   #links {padding-right:10px; margin-left: 67%}
 
  This seemd odd to me but it works...any comments, is this ok?
 

 this is because 65% width + 15px margin is greater than 65%. So the
 margin-left on the #links has to be greater than 65% + 15px, and 67%
 seems to be enough.

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Re: [WSG] firefox 1.5 is official

2005-11-29 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
noticed ;) 
2005/11/30, Ted Drake [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Firefox has just officially released 1.5
 http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/releases/1.5.html

 It's time to upgrade. If you haven't been using the beta, you'll be
 pleasantly surprised.

 Ted


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[WSG] Menu issue

2005-11-25 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
I'm having some Menu issue on my site in the Internet Exlopere (grrr) :P
Try to browes to some article and expaned the ajax menu - in IE it
goes a bit on the main center content/article :
http://www.mcville.net
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Re: [WSG] jump menu method

2005-11-20 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
Heya- try to find some nice ajax drop down thingyee like moo.fx (
http://www.mad4milk.net/ ) cheers

2005/11/20, Terrence Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 kvnmcwebn said:
  Theres no way of breaking down the navigation into smaller
  chunks without creating a mystery meat situation.
  Here was the simple method that i suggested..
  http://mcmonagle.biz/dropdowns/

 That is quite different from the original sample supplied and it *does*
 look the ideal candidate for a dropdown.

 In my previous reply to you I meant to say don't use a drop down as your
 *main* navigation device, but if it meant to winnow/filter a result set
 (e.g. by geographical location, as suggested by the above sample) then
 that does make sense and is typical use of a select dropdown.

 Redundant links will solve your SEO problems, if you want the spiders to
 index every page, but I suspect you have an IA problem. e.g. instead of
 county/hotels, it could be hotels/county gives a better result in
 navigation terms.

 One more gotcha to think about, if your url scheme is query based (e.g.
 index.asp?county=corkthing=hotel) then the site may have problems being
 indexed.

 kind regards
 Terrence Wood.

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Re: [WSG] Help with a javascript menu

2005-11-09 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
hm try to work a bit more on the header and under the footer the
diclamer text is hurting my eyes , try to add font color=black to
that text cheers !

2005/11/9, Charla Nicol | Quirk [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Hi there,

 I wonder if anyone can help me,

 My site : http://mx.quirk.co.za/poohcorner.za.net/indextest2.html on my
 testing server,

 the menu displays fine in mozilla firefox,

 But in ie it doesnt work, im new at this..

 Any advice would be appreciated.

 thanks

 Charla

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Re: [WSG] css instead of JS(ajax)

2005-11-08 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
My point exactly why not use JS ?

2005/11/8, Wayne Douglas [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 That has about as much to do with AJAX as my mother does.

 Whats wrong with using the fisheye widget? Dojo code is standards compliant,
 effiecient JS. Why would you try to do something like that in _pure_ CSS? If
 your going to do that you might as well try to do it in plain text aswell.

 HTH

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  Hi,
  any idea if it's possible to create menu like this one pure css without JS
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 http://dojotoolkit.org/~alex/dojo/trunk/demos/widget/Fisheye.html
 
 
  if yes, please shot a kickstart
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Re: [WSG] Page Check: www.qm-consulting.co.uk/test/indextest

2005-11-04 Thread Marko Mihelcic - founder of mcville.net (http.//www.mcville.net)|(http://board.mcville.net)
Looks great m8 , only I would do a better header /logo that one is a
bit fuzzy or it's supposed to be like that!?

2005/11/4, QM Consulting Ltd [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 I have been following this list with interest for some time and I am
 currently working on creating my web site. I've done some testing on IE and
 Firefox and validated on w3. I would appreciate any feedback, regarding
 standards, semantics, usability, accessibility etc.

 The page is at
 http://www.qm-consulting.co.uk/test/indextest.html

 Thanks,

 Richard Morton




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