Re: [WSG] Windows 7 phone browser quick check needed

2011-01-18 Thread MichaelMD
On Tue, 2011-01-18 at 07:09 -0800, tee wrote: I can't get the Windows 7 phone browser simulator works in my Windows 7 via Parallel Desktop. Wonder if I have such luck to find a Window 7 Phone user - the Windows 7 is using IE7. Yuk yuk yuk! Need to make sure the detection works. tried

Re: [WSG] jQuery Mobile for Mobile site

2010-12-31 Thread MichaelMD
On Thu, 2010-12-30 at 23:48 -0800, tee wrote: Reporting my latest finding and thought about jQuery Mobile just in case anyone interested in using jQM Frameworks and following this thread. On Dec 23, 2010, at 2:07 AM, MichaelMD wrote: Remember that a lot of the low-end/older phone browsers

Re: [WSG] jQuery Mobile for Mobile site

2010-12-23 Thread MichaelMD
On Wed, 2010-12-22 at 22:55 -0800, tee wrote: I did some more digging and setup a simple site using the framework, and I can confirm it's not for Mobile Website. Basically beyond the homepage (index page), nothing is searchable by search engines as any other page is attached to the

Re: [WSG] Re: Browser Backwards Compatibility -- How far back?

2009-03-19 Thread MichaelMD
On Sun, 2009-03-15 at 21:10 +1300, Sigurd Magnusson wrote: Most websites we build at SilverStripe have IE 6.0 as a minimum, and even then, we're unpatiently anticipating the time when we can drop IE 6. I still see quite a few people using IE5 Mac (probably OS9 users stuck with that) in the

Re: [WSG] seeking JavaScript Bible comments

2009-02-08 Thread MichaelMD
Also, the first examples of JavaScript tend to use document.write when illustrating the simplest parts of the language. Usage of document.write should be banned from day one. Encourage the readers to test simple A decade ago (Netscape 4 era) I used document.write in some javascript widgets

RE: [WSG] Re: Users who deliberately disable JavaScript

2009-01-30 Thread MichaelMD
On Fri, 2009-01-30 at 13:07 +, James Leslie wrote: Another point to note is that many mobile phones have JavaScript enabled so this figure may increase with the expected rise in mobile popularity. *** Sorry - that should have said disabled not enabled ** not just many ... actually I

Re: [WSG] best practices for using access keys

2008-09-07 Thread MichaelMD
Before you add accesskeys, check out ... basically the errata captures best practice methodology as it evolved in the years after WCAG 1.0 was released. Accesskeys are problematic between it says not to use them... but ... what

Re: [WSG] Google chrome...

2008-09-06 Thread MichaelMD
I can't figure out why it has to load the process three times in order to run. To be able to kill locked up tabs or windows without having to kill the browser sounds like a nice feature to me ... about time! First i thought it felt

Re: [WSG] Google chrome...

2008-09-06 Thread MichaelMD
They block themselves too. Google has a history of browser sniffing and blocking browsers such as Opera. On Google groups for example, they block Opera, Safari *and* Chrome when trying to change your profile photo. I'm sure there are other examples too as the block Opera on many sites.