Re: [WSG] Wanted ASAP: Clean and Simple image gallery script

2006-03-11 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 11/03/06, Jay Gilmore [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If anyone on this list knows of or has a clean and simple PHP/MySQL image gallery script that is not full of nested tables and is easy to modify with a basic php knowledge I need it for a project. Preferably one that uses GD and not Imagemagik

Re: [WSG] Display Issue Squash Request (

2006-03-03 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 03/03/06, Steve Olive [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Following coding errors: Line 13 - Empty span tags Intentional. It's a design decision, but the result isn't there yet. I might even take it out when I'm done, but for now it's okay. Line 60 - Unclosed img tag Line 89 - Unclosed img tag I

Re: [WSG] Site Check/Launch:

2006-03-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 02/03/06, Rob Mientjes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Looks good, everything works. Just not sure about the logo and left chunk of site. Why is that below the header bar? Is that just Safari or was it a conscious decision? Please do explain. Of course it was conscious, but I still don't get

Re: [WSG] Site Check/Launch:

2006-03-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 02/03/06, Lachlan Hunt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It was decided by the designer and management that they wanted the logo on the homepage to be slightly larger and more prominent as a branding exercise, but to then move it up to the header, out of the way for all the sub pages. Okay, fair

Re: [WSG] Site Check/Launch:

2006-03-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
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Re: [WSG] Target sued over non-accessible site

2006-02-10 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 09/02/06, Conyers, Dwayne, Mr [C] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: While I believe accessibility is an important design issue, is there legal precedent for suing someone for poor design? It seems a bit like suing Mickey Dees for spilling hot coffee in the lap... Yes, but spilling hot coffee in the

Re: [WSG] Today's lesson: Respect - be courteous up or leave

2006-02-09 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 10/02/06, liorean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And, and please do something similar for posting ettiquette. Just looking at replies to this post there's two top posts which quote your entire message without any trimming... To stay off-topic here, that's the mail app's preference, probably.

Re: [WSG] Technical Aberrations?

2006-01-15 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 15/01/06, Bruce [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The simplebits is very interesting. But it seems angled images in a list that change aren't do-able using CSS without tables and some kind of image replacement technique. A pic is worth a thousand words so I have made a link to the mockup with a menu

Re: [WSG] Site check and review please

2005-12-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 12/2/05, Jad Madi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We have alpha launched yesterday, please give me your opinion, feedback, criticism Looks good, no issues. That is to say, no issues with design and performance. The about page could use some revisions. The quotation marks aren't pretty (in

Re: [WSG] Visited links

2005-11-11 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 11/11/05, Tim Burgan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In CSS, if I style my visited links so they are purple, as so... a:visited { color: purple; } ...once the user has visited a particular link, from then on the color for that link will not be purple. Once the content for that visited

Re: [WSG] using the * within a selector

2005-10-05 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 10/5/05, Drake, Ted C. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: a[hreflang=sp]:after, a[hreflang=sp-*]:after {content:\A0(In Spanish); font-size:90%; color:#666;} Is there a way to use the wildcard inside a selector like this? a[hreflang*=sp]::after { ... } See:

Re: [WSG] using the * within a selector

2005-10-05 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 10/5/05, Rob Mientjes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: a[hreflang*=sp]::after { ... } See: Or a[hreflang^=sp]::after { ... } just to make sure it only selects attributes starting with sp and nothing else.

Re: [WSG] Use of asterisk in ALT

2005-10-05 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 10/5/05, Sarah Peeke (XERT) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I recently stumbled across a site (sorry lost the reference now) that made reference to the fact that an asterisk should be used inside an ALT attribute (eg alt=*) when the image is only used for presentation purposes. Maybe it was

Re: [WSG] When bugs become patterns - A look at CSS Hacks

2005-09-29 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 9/29/05, Irina Ahrens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've found this to be an interesting idea and wondering what other members think about it: When bugs become patterns - A look at CSS Hacks:!1pNcL8JwTfkkjv4gg6LkVCpw!1805.entry#comment

Re: [WSG] IE MAC just won't play ball!

2005-09-27 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 9/28/05, Reeka Jean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But doesn't that depend on what you're using the bold tag for? There are times, for instance - when you might want something to appear bold visually, but it wouldn't need to be spoken louder/emphasized for a screen reader, which - if I'm not

Re: [WSG] Class Discusion: *{margin: 0; padding: 0} ???

2005-06-17 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 6/17/05, Cole Kuryakin - x7m [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So...will *{margin: 0 padding:0} in the HTML or Body declaration block zero the margin and padding properties for all child elements in one go? I've never seen the * used before. Something you may also want to remember is the immense

Re: [WSG] background image size in future CSS

2005-05-05 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 5/5/05, Julián Landerreche [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: just curiosity: Will it be possible (in CSS3) to change the dimension (width, height) of a background image directly from the stylesheet? There's work on 'stretch'. Read the draft to know more. So, you can use a tiny image to create a

Re: [WSG] background image size in future CSS

2005-05-05 Thread Rob Mientjes
On 5/5/05, Jan Brasna [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: SVG ;) Jan, I thought we try to pursue a goal here: working stuff in IE too ;) But seriously, I have no idea what the use _can_ be. -- Cheers, Rob. | |

Re: [WSG] Styling the legend tag in a fieldset

2005-04-05 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Apr 5, 2005 6:57 PM, Phil Baines [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been finding that the amount of styling a legend will take is rather limited since the browser applies a certain level of style to it by itself. I was wondering if any of you guys might know a good resource regarding styling

Re: [WSG] problem mixing stucture and content

2005-03-29 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 15:26:47 -0500, Alan Trick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Consider the following lines of fake poetry: Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent, per conubia nostra per inceptos hymenaeos. Now consider making a xml document out of it, where you had some

Re: [WSG] {Spam?} stupid question

2005-03-26 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 05:45:43 +, Kvnmcwebn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I see a lot of high traffic sites that only use the @import method that would not work well unstyled. Is this acceptable yet? Well, if you mean that using @import excludes some browsers: it is acceptable. If you consider

Re: [WSG] XHTML 1.1 Presentation Module

2005-03-25 Thread Rob Mientjes
Pardon me for continuing this off-topicness, but this just caught my attention BIG TIME. On Fri, 25 Mar 2005 23:12:54 +, Patrick H. Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ah, thank you for the usual Chewbacca defense...when a discussion on standards doesn't go the way you like, just point the

Re: [WSG] navigation using arrows for location

2005-03-03 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Fri, 4 Mar 2005 08:04:46 +1100, Peter Ottery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As you can see, the vertical lines are the catch am trying to think 'outside the square' to solve the prob but I cant see how you could do it without an id on every and li. I made Archive active in the first list to

Re: [WSG] navigation using arrows for location

2005-03-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 09:18:18 +1100, Peter Ottery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: so I've designed myself a nice looking navigation scheme that displays visually whereabouts you are within a site. That's pretty. Pretty smart stuff. Now I just need to work out how to sort out the css :) I've some

[WSG] Emulating min-width

2005-01-31 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 00:19:43 +, David R [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Comments? I try not to use extraneous DIVs, and the star html selector hack has been a loyal servant to that. p { min-width: 620px; } * html p { width: 620px; } /* IE thinks there's a containing element around HTML */ --

Re: [WSG] need explanation on this css element please

2005-01-28 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 15:04:52 -0500, Bruce Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: *html li {padding:0;margin:0;} It's the 'star html' hack, which is only parsed by IE. IE thinks there's another element 'above' html. There isn't, but hey. also, I noticed this doesn't validate by w3c, but I see it a

[WSG] Help on file extensions used

2005-01-27 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 05:06:15 -0800 (PST), dotcompals [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear friends, Can any one help me with the extension used these days in some we pages. For example .gne ( .pyra .do ( How can these extensions be created what are its advantages?

[WSG] Containers and frames

2005-01-26 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Wed, 26 Jan 2005 18:01:57 +, David R [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: designer wrote: Hi Robin, dtTitle/dt dd link /dd dd link2 /dd dd link3 /dd /dl I thought that the dt and dd elements had to come in pairs? Nope. You can have multiple definitions

Re: [WSG] IE clearing when not needed

2005-01-18 Thread Rob Mientjes
IE has some sort of auto-clearing, so yeah, it does that. I'm not sure about the fix though. On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 12:55:23 +0800, Lyn Patterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all Have a floated box that I want to sit inside and overhang another box. This

Re: [WSG] semantic markup for song chart?

2005-01-04 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 05:17:37 +0800, Wong Chin Shin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's a list of songs, so ol is the gut reaction. But what about the information within each song listing? table within a li? Best for me is an ol with in that per song a dl. -- Cheers, Rob. »

Re: [WSG] Site Review Please! ZenGarden Submission ...

2005-01-01 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Sat, 1 Jan 2005 14:15:19 -0600, Mani Sheriar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Do you have any suggestions for getting rid of the horizontal scroll? I see it in FF too and I don't like it but can't quite figure out how to make it disappear. Looks great! But on the horizontal scrollbar, I get the

Re: [WSG] Why style to IE?

2004-12-27 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 17:46:56 +0100, Mathias Bynens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As a person, you can of course say fuck you to IE, but as a web professional I find it impossible to ignore it. [ Ben de Groot - ] It's totally true. IE is a

Re: [WSG] styling :first-line Pseudo-element

2004-12-16 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 09:02:25 +0930, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a class .pmi in my page and I want style the first line of differently so that the first line is smaller than the second line. The code below doesn't seem to work and I was wondering if it was because of the

Re: [WSG] text-align problem.

2004-12-09 Thread Rob Mientjes
How about display:blocking the anchors and then floating them to the right? On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 08:26:53 +1100, Joshua Leung [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Morning people. I'm having problems justifying some text in a simple manner, could anyone help? I want to change. this:

Re: [WSG] Site Checking

2004-12-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 10:19:19 -, Phil Baines [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Folks, This is my first message to the list, but I have been watching for a little while. Weldon to the Administrators for maintaining a good list, and to the posters for keeping the list so busy! snip /

Re: [WSG] Site Checking

2004-12-02 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 12:13:16 -, Phil Baines [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Clean code, except for two silly things I checked in Teifi's site: a name=content class=skipTonbsp;/a The attribute name should be replaced by id, and the link may have some content to keep in logical for screen

Re: [WSG] Why does firefox tooltip only TITLE attribute and not ALT?

2004-12-01 Thread Rob Mientjes
Because it shouldn't. IE is the one who does it wrong. There is an extension though, if you're that silly :/ On Wed, 01 Dec 2004 10:11:36 +, Joey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am curious as to why Firefox only understands

Re: [WSG] Use of address

2004-11-29 Thread Rob Mientjes
This has been discussed in the legendary SimpleBits: Quite some discussion... On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 20:55:45 +1100, Nick Lo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm curious if and how you are all using the address tag. The HTML 4 spec has this to say:

Re: [WSG] Includes in XHTML

2004-11-27 Thread Rob Mientjes
You can't render a part of a page as HTML, but it is possible to let PHP parse all pages with some variable or something like that as HTML instead of XHTML. On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 19:51:21 -0500, Jonathan T. Sage [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: good evening - I've set up my site to serve as XHTML

Re: [WSG] optimising CSS?

2004-11-26 Thread Rob Mientjes
Flump to the rescue: On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 19:34:35 +, john [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I agree that ultimately doing it yourself is the best solution...but it would be really helpful if I could see an optimised version of my CSS, for comparison. That's

Re: [WSG] Question to the others ...

2004-11-14 Thread Rob Mientjes
em: the 'font-size' of the relevant font Not totally. An em is the width of (no shit!) an 'M' glyph. But the rest is allright for me. -- Cheers, Rob. » ** The discussion list for

Re: Re[2]: [WSG] Question to the others ...

2004-11-14 Thread Rob Mientjes
I find the description of font-size a bit dodgy, so I wanted to make clear that all units have a meaning. On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 11:14:21 +, Iain Harrison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sunday, November 14, 2004, 11:02:43 AM, Rob wrote: em: the 'font-size' of the relevant font Not

Re: Re[4]: [WSG] Question to the others ...

2004-11-14 Thread Rob Mientjes
I find the description of font-size a bit dodgy, I agree. Defining a font size in terms of a unit that is based on a font size seems pretty stupid to me too, but that's how it is. There are lots of stupidities around. Well, in the print business, it's much more strict, which I prefer.

Re: [WSG] What you think? And will it work

2004-11-14 Thread Rob Mientjes
Creative _Commons_ is the best you can do. Another thing you might want to add is a link or even generator meta to WordPress. It's published under the same CC you're referring to. On the concept: well, someone had to do it. On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 19:44:13 -, Mark Harwood [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] Border Background Image

2004-11-11 Thread Rob Mientjes
On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 10:54:15 -0800, Chris Kennon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: While browsing the border properties section, I began to wonder can borders have background images? Sorry, not yet. I believe it's in the works for CSS3. -- Cheers, Rob. »

Re: [WSG] problem with Form

2004-11-09 Thread Rob Mientjes
Have you tried to right float the .formContainer? It looks like the menu left bit is contained by the right side, if you float thr right side it should be okay, but I can't be sure. -- Cheers, Rob. » ** The discussion