Re: [WSG] hello

2008-02-15 Thread Paul Dwyer
I've been vaguely following this discussion and thought I would step in here. Web 2.0 IS a buzzword that means to do nothing more than to imply the next step of the web as a communications medium. You could replace the term with new and improved. It has been coined to describe the phenomina of

Re: [WSG] Converting the heathen: never again

2006-02-26 Thread Paul Dwyer
I have been courting disaster with a potential client on these points exactly. I am risking losing a potentially valuable contract with my standardista (and I am pretty moderate) standpoint. Heck, I'd just like to get their sites to validate, but they are old-skool asp guys who learned all there

Re: [WSG] CSS Holy Gruel

2006-02-13 Thread Paul Dwyer
Little typo just before the head there Al: an extra [ lang=en ** 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 Holy Gruel

2006-02-13 Thread Paul Dwyer
Wierd... killed half my own post with a bracket :) The rest should read validates once it is removed. —pd—

Re: Re: [WSG] IE7 Now what?

2006-02-01 Thread Paul Dwyer
http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=IE7 dumping ground for IE7 bugs -- —pd—

[WSG] DHTML/CSS dropdown menu

2006-01-24 Thread Paul Dwyer
I have been trying to get Thierry's TJKDropdown http://www.tjkdesign.com/articles/dropdown/demo.asp menu to work, but the js has me over a barrel. IE Win (surprise) is exploded to reveal the whole menu and I think it has to do with how the js is (or isn't) linked to my page.I realise that I don't

Re: [WSG] Site Check (eStore)

2005-09-15 Thread Paul Dwyer
Looks good on FF, OS10.3.9 The menu tab slides away when the window is resized too small, but it is not likely people will go as far as I did. Love the content! pd On 9/15/05, Thierry Koblentz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://www.tjkdesign.com/eStore/ I've put it through a few browsers on

Re: [WSG] Playing a MIDI

2005-06-30 Thread Paul Dwyer
MIDI files are considerably smaller than WAV and/MP3. They have a distinct sound however, being 100% synthesis. pd On 6/30/05, Bert Doorn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: G'day Besides, going back to Angus' original post: I also chose MIDI because WAV and/MP3 would take to long to download. How does

[WSG] can you hack the alt tag open?

2005-04-22 Thread Paul Dwyer
Sorry for the cross posting. Is it possible to serve up the textual contents of an alt tag, outside of the tag? In other words, can I make the stuff inside the alt tag as important as the document contents? I'm not exactly sure what I am asking here... I don't have the vocabulary. I want

Re: [WSG] can you hack the alt tag open?

2005-04-22 Thread Paul Dwyer
: On Fri, 22 Apr 2005 00:02:47 -0700, Paul Dwyer wrote: Is it possible to serve up the textual contents of an alt tag, outside of the tag? In other words, can I make the stuff inside the alt tag as important as the document contents?snip I want Googlebots to *really* see my alt tags and give them as much