Re: [WSG] .NET sites which are XHTML 1.0 strict

2008-10-08 Thread sri ni
Sorry, I didn't test whole site. most of the sub folders has error.


On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 2:43 PM, sri ni [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Check the image.


 On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 2:27 PM, Gareth Senior [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 Tesco.com doesn't validate.

 The Becta one does, but it's PHP.

 The challenge continues!

 On 08/10/2008 09:33, Foskett, Mike [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Both my previous and current employer are XHTML strict:
 
  http://www.tesco.com/
  http://becta.org.uk/
 
  Tesco is a .net site.
 
  Mike Foskett
 
 
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  Subject: [WSG] .NET sites which are XHTML 1.0 strict
 
  Hi,
 
  I was having a *chat* with some .NET developer colleagues and they
  challenged me to find a .NET site that achieves XHTML 1.0 strict
  compliance. Hoping to prove to them that it can be done.
 
  Does anybody know of some .NET sites which are XHTML 1.0 strict (or even
  transitional)?
 
  Thanks,
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Re: [WSG] Google chrome...

2008-09-05 Thread sri ni
Check this Read the Book..
http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/index.html
Srini

On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 4:14 AM, Nancy Gill [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 One thing I have noticed today is that it creates 3 different processes in
 the Task Manager to run one coyp of chrome.  I have tested this several
 times with the Task Manager open and everytime I open the browser, I add
 three processes all named chrome.  They vary from 5mb to 44mb of memory
 usage.

 I can't figure out why it has to load the process three times in order to
 run.

 Nancy

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  First i thought it felt unfinished, but then the minimal design grew on
 me. Very uncluttered.  And drop down menus consolodate a lot of screen real
 estate. Well designed gui,  all its needs now is firebug and id use it. And
 i like the incognito windows, thats a slick feature.



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[WSG] What is the best solution for IE6 png issue?

2008-08-01 Thread sri ni
Hi All,

What is the best *solution *for IE6 PNG issue?

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Re: [WSG] XHTML Strict and scrollable page content

2008-07-27 Thread sri ni
Try jQuery..

Thanks,
Srini
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On Sat, Jul 26, 2008 at 2:20 PM, Bas V [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I need to scroll a php/mysql generated list of text with url's within a
 page whilst using up-down arrows rather then a scrollbar.
 It needs however to be XHTML Strict valid and that is where my problem
 starts...

 A non-Strict example of how it  exactly has to look and work:
 http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex11/scrollc2.htm

 Does anyone know of if this is possible at all using Strict and how it can
 be done?


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Re: [WSG] XHTML Strict and scrollable page content

2008-07-27 Thread sri ni
check following jQuery samples...

http://www.nabble.com/jScrollPane:-horizontal-scroll-and-dynamic-height-width-td16312365s27240.html
http://www.pixeline.be/test/markitup_bug/
http://kelvinluck.com/assets/jquery/jScrollPane/ajax_example.html

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Re: [WSG] XSLT: looping through ancestors looking for a specific node

2008-07-27 Thread sri ni
Did you try this?
xsl:for-each select=ancestor::foo

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On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 9:54 AM, Sajan Franco [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 Try this url it is good to begin with
 http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/xsl_templates.asp;

 *The disadvantage is it scans to the entire document always if we use
 match = /*
 The xsl:template Element

 The xsl:template element is used to build templates.

 The *match* attribute is used to associate a template with an XML element.
 The match attribute can also be used to define a template for the entire XML
 document. The value of the match attribute is an XPath expression (i.e.
 match=/ defines the whole document).

 Ok, let's look at a simplified version of the XSL file from the previous
 chapter:

 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=ISO-8859-1?
 xsl:stylesheet version=1.0
 xmlns:xsl=http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform;

 xsl:template match=/
  html
  body
h2My CD Collection/h2
table border=1
  tr bgcolor=#9acd32

thTitle/th
thArtist/th
  /tr
  tr
td./td
td./td
  /tr
/table

  /body
  /html
 /xsl:template

 /xsl:stylesheet

   Since an XSL style sheet is an XML document itself, it always begins
 with the XML declaration: *?xml version=1.0 encoding=ISO-8859-1?*.

 The next element, *xsl:stylesheet*,* *defines that this document is an
 XSLT style sheet document (along with the version number and XSLT namespace
 attributes).

 The *xsl:template* element defines a template. The * match=/*attribute 
 associates the template with the root of the XML source document.

 The content inside the xsl:template element defines some HTML to write to
 the output.

 The last two lines define the end of the template and the end of the style
 sheet.

 The result of the transformation above will look like this:
 My CD Collection  Title Artist  . .

 http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/cdcatalog.xml
 http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/cdcatalog_with_ex1.xml
 Sajan Franco

 2008/7/28 Matthew Holloway [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 Hi Grant,

 On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Focas, Grant
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Is there a way in XSLT to loop through the ancestors until I find
  the first instance of a node called foo?
 
  For context what I'm trying to do is see if a bookmark is in the same
  section as the link/@href (and to find this out when I'm processing
  the link).

 First I've just got a few questions... you've got nested section tags
 so what if the bookmark was in the parent section? Is that the same as
 if it's in a following section? (if not then can you give a few more
 XML file examples).

 If the first ancestor section is all that matters then an approach
 would be to compare the generate-id()s of an ancestor section of the
 link to the ancestor section of the bookmark. So you'd do something
 like (from memory, untested code)

 xsl:key name=bookmarkById match=bookmark use=@id/

 xsl:template match=link
  xsl:choose
   xsl:when test=generate-id(ancestor::section[1]) =
 generate-id(key('bookmarkById', substring(@href,
 1)[1]/ancestor::section[1])it's the same section/xsl:when
   xsl:otherwiseit's not the same section/xsl:otherwise
  /xsl:choose
 /xsl:template



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Re: [ADMIN] THREAD CLOSED [WSG] XSLT: looping through ancestors looking for a specific node

2008-07-27 Thread sri ni
Sorry Matt, even I have replied for his post.

Thanks,
Srini


On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 10:04 AM, Kevin Futter 
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 On 28/07/08 2:07 PM, Matt Fellows [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Sorry, Grant, this is off topic for this list.

 Is it? I thought XSLT was a web standard - it certainly has a home on the
 W3C site ( http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt). Are we just a CSS group now?

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Re: [WSG] XHTML Strict and scrollable page content

2008-07-26 Thread sri ni
Try jQuery..

Thanks,
Srini
www.srinivasaperumal.com


On Sat, Jul 26, 2008 at 2:20 PM, Bas V [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I need to scroll a php/mysql generated list of text with url's within a
 page whilst using up-down arrows rather then a scrollbar.
 It needs however to be XHTML Strict valid and that is where my problem
 starts...

 A non-Strict example of how it  exactly has to look and work:
 http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex11/scrollc2.htm

 Does anyone know of if this is possible at all using Strict and how it can
 be done?


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Re: [WSG] XHTML Strict and scrollable page content

2008-07-26 Thread sri ni
check following jQuery samples...

http://www.nabble.com/jScrollPane:-horizontal-scroll-and-dynamic-height-width-td16312365s27240.html
http://www.pixeline.be/test/markitup_bug/
http://kelvinluck.com/assets/jquery/jScrollPane/ajax_example.html

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Re: [WSG] desktop application usability

2008-07-25 Thread sri ni
Naveen,

I think you can get some idea from the following resources...

http://garrettdimon.com/archives/2008/7/7/gorilla_usability_testing/

http://www.betterdesktop.org/

Web Usability Vs Desktop
Usabilityhttp://www.webmasterworld.com/forum36/423.htm -
http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum36/423.htm

multi user multimodal tabletop interaction -
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3258368851377796496q=genre%3Acomedy

http://larswiki.atrc.utoronto.ca/wiki/Projects

Offline access to web apps - the real
benefitshttp://franticindustries.com/2007/03/26/offline-access-to-web-apps-the-real-benefits/
-
http://franticindustries.com/2007/03/26/offline-access-to-web-apps-the-real-benefits/

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/webified_desktop_apps_vs_browser_apps.php

International standards for HCI and usability -
http://www.hostserver150.com/usabilit/tools/r_international.htm

Usability of Interactive Products -
http://www2.uiah.fi/projects/metodi/158.htm

Product Usability - http://www2.uiah.fi/projects/metodi/168.htm

Methods of Research and Development of Usability -
http://www2.uiah.fi/projects/metodi/169.htm

Usability Issues in Product Design -
http://infocentre.frontend.com/infocentre/articles/usabilityinproductdesign.html

*Finally, Make it simple thats what user needs :)*

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On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 10:09 AM, Anthony Ziebell 
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 Naveen,

 You are probably better off searching for a language specific standards
 group - I'm sure some people can help you here, but most of the questions
 posted to this list appear to be web related.


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 Where can Iearn more about desktop applications usability and standards?



 Thanking you

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