Yeah, the layout works fine here ! I'm running Iceweasel 2.0 on Debian etch. By
the way, anybody can tell me
if there is a difference in spaces between Linux and Windows ?
Well, I have a little problem here. On Windows the layout which I design
works really fine in Firefox and
Just saw the following page which I thought looked interesting:
XML Workshop, Brisbane - 14 January 2005
DSTC and the Australian W3C Office is pleased to present an intensive
one day workshop on W3C's XML activities by the international experts
creating XML Recommendations. The
Interesting how this comes up around the same time .NET and the
frustrations of validation appears in the Web Standards Project Buzz
for October 2004 at http://webstandards.org/buzz/archive/2004_10.html
Barry Beattie wrote:
there's probably only 10 ASP.NET developers on list that this might
I was recently told by a friend that there is talk of a browser to be
released soon by Google called gBrowser
I have googled for any news on it, and what support for standards it may
have, but haven't really heard much..
To keep on topic, has anyone heard whether it will follow
This topic has been raised a few times in the past..
Is there a way this can be resourced on the WSG site?
Nick Lo wrote:
...and be sure to check out the recommended plugins in the jEdit Wiki:
Peter Firminger wrote:
Go to Tools | Internet Options and at the bottom of the General tab click
the Accessibility button and add your stylesheet there.
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I would seriously recommend you use a mail client that supports
threading like Mozilla Thunderbird..
(Assuming you are right-handed) Left-click on the folder to want to see
threaded, then click View-Sort By and then Threaded and thats it!
You can also use extensions like ForumZilla
Tim Yang wrote:
I'm just floating an idea. I was quite interested several months ago in
re-doing some big non-standards sites like slate.com into standards
compliance for my portfolio. I also just wanted to find out if I had the
skills to meet the challenge.
It was a really interesting
I really hope this is not off-topic, but I came across a link on The Web
Standards Project's Recent Buzz column, as shown on
Ever wished you could give your opinion directly to the IE team at
Microsoft? Here's your chance! They're making
I attended the W3C Xforms workshop held in Sydney (just the 2nd of the 2
workshops on offer today) and really amazed at what I saw.
It's a shame that current support for Xforms is poor, but thinking of all
the possibilities it could bring. Validation all performed without
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