Re: [WSG] Odd FireFox div background image behavior

2006-03-20 Thread Micky Mourelo
Whenever you float elements inside another element, the element contaning the floats needs to have an overlow defined and a width, the width should not be 100% or IE will still not expand the container. This is what the spec says in an obscure part; and an obscure manner. Example: #containerDiv

Re: [WSG] Chinese translations and PHP includes

2006-03-20 Thread Micky Mourelo
Hi Adrian, when I save the include, all Chinese characters are rendered as a series of question marks. Could it be just a problem with your editor? Are you saving the file with the right encoding? What happens when you reopen the files on your editor? I do not place any header in my

Re: [WSG] Semantic Form - Person's Title

2006-03-16 Thread Micky Mourelo
To Richard Czeiger: That's one of the problems of copy paste :o) anyway, I thought it was obvious that my code was just an example, maybe should have preceeded it with pseudo-code, but just in case: never leave name= in blank and never use a field id for a field :op. This discussion is getting

Re: [WSG] Employee Hierarchy in CSS

2006-03-16 Thread Micky Mourelo
Nope, empty divs are not really nice. But empty divs are just the symptom, why do you want to present an empty container? I've had designers do stuff like that, always having 3 boxes for products per row whether there'd be less than 3 products. If your case is something like that, and it is a

Re: [WSG] Semantic Form - Person's Title

2006-03-16 Thread Micky Mourelo
If you a referring to the for/id issue, yes, that is the way. As for the rest of the xhtml depends on what you want to achieve. But looks ok to me. ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] Tag clouds spit /

2006-03-14 Thread Micky Mourelo
Tag clouds are, almost always, a list of links ordered alphabetically, in which the more whatever, the bigger in font size. So it seems logical to use a simple UL with As in every LI.You are right about semantic meaning on presentation, but you could add the frequency to the tag {Japan (14798)

Re: [WSG] Usability issue with form help

2006-03-13 Thread Micky Mourelo
Maybe I'm missing your point, but using the tabindex attribute does not solve your problem?, You can set the tabindex to cycle trough the inputs and then continue with the help links. It is a totally accessible method; a bit uncomfortable (to have to pass through all the input fields to get to the