[WSG] hi

2009-07-20 Thread rossbruniges10
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Re: [WSG] hi

2009-07-20 Thread Ross Bruniges


sorry about this dudes - my email was hacked :(




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Subject: [WSG] hi

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[WSG] Hi,

2008-07-04 Thread Bob McAllister
Hi,
  How are u doing these days?Yesterday I found a web of a large
trading company from china,which is an agent of all the well-known
digital product factories,and facing to both
wholesalers,retailsalers,and personal customer all over the world.
They export all kinds of digital products and offer most competitive
and reasonable price and high quality goods for our clients,so i think
we you make a big profit if we do business with them.And they promise
they will provide the best after-sales-service.In my opinion we can
make a trial order to test that. Look forward to your early reply!
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Re: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE - SOLVED

2006-01-01 Thread Patrick H. Lauke

Ryan Blunden wrote:

And of course, you would put any IE specific hacks such as the Holly Hack in
an 'ie-hacks' style sheet that would be included in your pages via IE
conditional comments.

See http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2005/10/12/480242.aspx for more info.


Not necessary if the IE team decide to fix not just the bugs exploited 
in hacks, but the fundamental css bugs that cause authors to use hacks 
in the first place...



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RE: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE - SOLVED

2005-12-31 Thread Ryan Blunden
And of course, you would put any IE specific hacks such as the Holly Hack in
an 'ie-hacks' style sheet that would be included in your pages via IE
conditional comments.

See http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2005/10/12/480242.aspx for more info.

Ryan 

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On Behalf Of Ric Raftis
Sent: Saturday, 31 December 2005 4:25 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE - SOLVED

G'day Barrie,

I think what you need here is called the Holly Hack.  It fixes ul, li
problems that IE mucks up.  CSS for my sites where I use uls include:-

/* Fix IE. Hide from IE Mac \*/
* html #navbar ul li { float: left; }
* html #navbar ul li a { height: 1%; }
/* End */

Reference: http://www.communitymx.com/content/article.cfm?page=2cid=C37E0

Regards,

Ric



Barrie North wrote:

How weird, it was being caused by the styles on the ul in the black 
main menu box. I don't know why that would shift the whole column, o well.

Barrie North
Compass Design

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Behalf Of Barrie North
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 9:57 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

I am making a site for IE6+ and am really stuck over an IE bug.

http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html

Some strange bug is occurring in IE6, the left column bounces all over. 
It seems to be related to the peekaboo bug and you can see it when you 
mouse over the links to the left column in the main menu. Refresh the 
page in IE so see the bug again.

Also, if you click on the blog link
http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html
you get a two column layout. For some reason the left column decides it 
wants to be in a different place.

The solutions I know of involve position:relative and height:1% and 
line-height:1.2. I have tried all three of these but not had anything work.

Apologies in advance for not making a page that isolated the bug better.
This is CMS output and I found this bug late in the production cycle...

Cheers
Barrie North


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[WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

2005-12-30 Thread Barrie North
I am making a site for IE6+ and am really stuck over an IE bug.

http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html

Some strange bug is occurring in IE6, the left column bounces all over. It
seems to be related to the peekaboo bug and you can see it when you mouse
over the links to the left column in the main menu. Refresh the page in IE
so see the bug again.

Also, if you click on the blog link
http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html
you get a two column layout. For some reason the left column decides it
wants to be in a different place.

The solutions I know of involve position:relative and height:1% and
line-height:1.2. I have tried all three of these but not had anything work.

Apologies in advance for not making a page that isolated the bug better.
This is CMS output and I found this bug late in the production cycle...

Cheers
Barrie North


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RE: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE - SOLVED

2005-12-30 Thread Barrie North
How weird, it was being caused by the styles on the ul in the black main
menu box. I don't know why that would shift the whole column, o well.

Barrie North
Compass Design

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On Behalf Of Barrie North
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 9:57 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

I am making a site for IE6+ and am really stuck over an IE bug.

http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html

Some strange bug is occurring in IE6, the left column bounces all over. It
seems to be related to the peekaboo bug and you can see it when you mouse
over the links to the left column in the main menu. Refresh the page in IE
so see the bug again.

Also, if you click on the blog link
http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html
you get a two column layout. For some reason the left column decides it
wants to be in a different place.

The solutions I know of involve position:relative and height:1% and
line-height:1.2. I have tried all three of these but not had anything work.

Apologies in advance for not making a page that isolated the bug better.
This is CMS output and I found this bug late in the production cycle...

Cheers
Barrie North


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RE: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

2005-12-30 Thread Mike Witten
Hi, I have just started to look at the Joomla CMS. The template I am using
doesn't do that.
I am using IE6. In the Joomla administrator page on the tool bar click on
site, then template manager, then site template
Choose which template and choose edit ccs. This is what the template I am
using has 

#left{/* menu */
background:#DCEAF7;
border:1px solid #859EB2;
left:10px;
position:absolute;
top:85px;
width:167px;

Not sure how you like Joomla The jury is still out with me.

Mike

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On Behalf Of Barrie North
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 6:57 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

I am making a site for IE6+ and am really stuck over an IE bug.

http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html

Some strange bug is occurring in IE6, the left column bounces all over. It
seems to be related to the peekaboo bug and you can see it when you mouse
over the links to the left column in the main menu. Refresh the page in IE
so see the bug again.

Also, if you click on the blog link
http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html
you get a two column layout. For some reason the left column decides it
wants to be in a different place.

The solutions I know of involve position:relative and height:1% and
line-height:1.2. I have tried all three of these but not had anything work.

Apologies in advance for not making a page that isolated the bug better.
This is CMS output and I found this bug late in the production cycle...

Cheers
Barrie North


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RE: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

2005-12-30 Thread Barrie North
Joomla is great. I actually design commercial templates for it, you might be
using one of mine!

I was just stuck on this CSS bug.

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Behalf Of Mike Witten
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 11:45 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: RE: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

Hi, I have just started to look at the Joomla CMS. The template I am using
doesn't do that.
I am using IE6. In the Joomla administrator page on the tool bar click on
site, then template manager, then site template
Choose which template and choose edit ccs. This is what the template I am
using has 

#left{/* menu */
background:#DCEAF7;
border:1px solid #859EB2;
left:10px;
position:absolute;
top:85px;
width:167px;

Not sure how you like Joomla The jury is still out with me.

Mike

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Behalf Of Barrie North
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 6:57 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

I am making a site for IE6+ and am really stuck over an IE bug.

http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html

Some strange bug is occurring in IE6, the left column bounces all over. It
seems to be related to the peekaboo bug and you can see it when you mouse
over the links to the left column in the main menu. Refresh the page in IE
so see the bug again.

Also, if you click on the blog link
http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html
you get a two column layout. For some reason the left column decides it
wants to be in a different place.

The solutions I know of involve position:relative and height:1% and
line-height:1.2. I have tried all three of these but not had anything work.

Apologies in advance for not making a page that isolated the bug better.
This is CMS output and I found this bug late in the production cycle...

Cheers
Barrie North


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Re: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE - SOLVED

2005-12-30 Thread Ric Raftis

G'day Barrie,

I think what you need here is called the Holly Hack.  It fixes ul, li 
problems that IE mucks up.  CSS for my sites where I use uls include:-


/* Fix IE. Hide from IE Mac \*/
* html #navbar ul li { float: left; }
* html #navbar ul li a { height: 1%; }
/* End */

Reference: http://www.communitymx.com/content/article.cfm?page=2cid=C37E0

Regards,

Ric



Barrie North wrote:


How weird, it was being caused by the styles on the ul in the black main
menu box. I don't know why that would shift the whole column, o well.

Barrie North
Compass Design

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Behalf Of Barrie North
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 9:57 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Hi all, need some help with a peekaboo bug in IE

I am making a site for IE6+ and am really stuck over an IE bug.

http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html

Some strange bug is occurring in IE6, the left column bounces all over. It
seems to be related to the peekaboo bug and you can see it when you mouse
over the links to the left column in the main menu. Refresh the page in IE
so see the bug again.

Also, if you click on the blog link
http://joomlashack.compassdesigns.net/js_jshack06v2/index1.html
you get a two column layout. For some reason the left column decides it
wants to be in a different place.

The solutions I know of involve position:relative and height:1% and
line-height:1.2. I have tried all three of these but not had anything work.

Apologies in advance for not making a page that isolated the bug better.
This is CMS output and I found this bug late in the production cycle...

Cheers
Barrie North


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Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-22 Thread designer

Hi Erica,

See http://www.saila.com/usage/layouts/nn4-layouts.shtml

for examples of CSS  layouts for Netscape 4.

Bob McClelland
Cornwall (U.K.)
www.gwelanmor-internet.co.uk


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Erica Jean wrote:

Ah. Alright. Thank you for the clarification, and thank you for letting 
me know that Netscape 4 supports stylesheets at all. I didn't realize 
that there was /any/ stylesheet support for NS and IE 4.

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Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-22 Thread Erica Jean






Oh wow! That's great! Thank you so much!

---Original Message---


From: designer
Date: 06/22/05 04:44:04
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Hi there!

Hi Erica,

See http://www.saila.com/usage/layouts/nn4-layouts.shtml

for examples of CSSlayouts for Netscape 4.

Bob McClelland
Cornwall (U.K.)
www.gwelanmor-internet.co.uk


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Erica Jean wrote:

Ah. Alright. Thank you for the clarification, and thank you for letting
me know that Netscape 4 supports stylesheets at all. I didn't realize
that there was /any/ stylesheet support for NS and IE 4.
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[WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Erica Jean






Hi there guys, I'm new :) My name is Erica and I'm a 21 year old graphic design student (only 2 more years to go! Yay!)

I have a question though, and it's something that I've really been trying to put a lot of thought into.

When building sites using the web standards, the stone-age browsers (Netscape and IE 4 are the two that I'm talking about specifically), are there really enough people out there with browsers that old that we should hack our CSS/etc to make things look okay to them?

How exactly would you do that, anyway? If you're not using any design markup in your actual html document, and those browsers can't read CSS - do you make another site specifically for them? Do you create a page that asks for them to upgrade their browser?

I can justify going back to IE 5.5, and even IE 5.0 to an extent... but is it really worth our time to go all the way back to the 4.0 browsers?

Thanks for your opinions!

-Erica Jean









RE: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Drake, Ted C.








There are people using netscape 4. They
tend to be stuck in government areas that do not allow people to update their
computers or those using old programs that require this browser.

It's easy to satisfy their need for
content and everyone else's desire for pretty pages. Simply link to a
basic css document that defines colors, sizes, etc. Then import your advanced
style sheets. NN4 does not recognize the import function. 



Ted













From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Erica Jean
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 11:19
AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Hi there!






 
  
  
  Hi there guys,
  I'm new :) My name is Erica and I'm a 21 year old graphic design student
  (only 2 more years to go! Yay!)
  
  
  
  
  
  I have a question
  though, and it's something that I've really been trying to put a lot of
  thought into.
  
  
  
  
  
  When building
  sites using the web standards, the stone-age browsers (Netscape and IE 4 are
  the two that I'm talking about specifically), are there really enough people
  out there with browsers that old that we should hack our CSS/etc to make
  things look okay to them?
  
  
  
  
  
  How exactly would
  you do that, anyway? If you're not using any design markup in your actual
  html document, and those browsers can't read CSS - do you make another site
  specifically for them? Do you create a page that asks for them to upgrade
  their browser?
  
  
  
  
  
  I can justify going
  back to IE 5.5, and even IE 5.0 to an extent... but is it really worth our
  time to go all the way back to the 4.0 browsers?
  
  
  
  
  
  Thanks for your
  opinions!
  
  
  
  
  
  -Erica Jean
  
  
 
 
  
  
   









   
  
  
  
 











RE: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Erica Jean






Ah. Alright. Thank you for the clarification, andthank you forletting me know that Netscape 4 supports stylesheets at all. I didn't realize that there wasany stylesheet support for NS and IE4.

Is there somewhere I could download older browsers for testing by chance? 

---Original Message---


From: Drake, Ted C.
Date: 06/21/05 14:58:00
To: 'wsg@webstandardsgroup.org'
Subject: RE: [WSG] Hi there!


There are people using netscape 4. They tend to be stuck in government areas that do not allow people to update their computers or those using old programs that require this browser.
It's easy to satisfy their need for content and everyone else's desire for pretty pages. Simply link to a basic css document that defines colors, sizes, etc. Then import your advanced style sheets. NN4 does not recognize the import function. 

Ted






From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Erica JeanSent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 11:19 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: [WSG] Hi there!






Hi there guys, I'm new :) My name is Erica and I'm a 21 year old graphic design student (only 2 more years to go! Yay!)



I have a question though, and it's something that I've really been trying to put a lot of thought into.



When building sites using the web standards, the stone-age browsers (Netscape and IE 4 are the two that I'm talking about specifically), are there really enough people out there with browsers that old that we should hack our CSS/etc to make things look okay to them?



How exactly would you do that, anyway? If you're not using any design markup in your actual html document, and those browsers can't read CSS - do you make another site specifically for them? Do you create a page that asks for them to upgrade their browser?



I can justify going back to IE 5.5, and even IE 5.0 to an extent... but is it really worth our time to go all the way back to the 4.0 browsers?



Thanks for your opinions!



-Erica Jean























Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread greg


Hi Erica--
I'm new to the whole Web design thing, but to answer your question, I would say No. Granted that's just my opinion, but the way I see it, time marches on and so does the Web. 
regards,
g.




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Hi there guys, I'm new :) My name is Erica and I'm a 21 year old graphic design student (only 2 more years to go! Yay!)

I have a question though, and it's something that I've really been trying to put a lot of thought into.

When building sites using the web standards, the stone-age browsers (Netscape and IE 4 are the two that I'm talking about specifically), are there really enough people out there with browsers that old that we should hack our CSS/etc to make things look okay to them?

How exactly would you do that, anyway? If you're not using any design markup in your actual html document, and those browsers can't read CSS - do you make another site specifically for them? Do you create a page that asks for them to upgrade their browser?

I can justify going back to IE 5.5, and even IE 5.0 to an extent... but is it really worth our time to go all the way back to the 4.0 browsers?

Thanks for your opinions!

-Erica Jean








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RE: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread jason
http://browsers.evolt.org/


/ironic
//posted using Netscape 4  webmail.

 Ah. Alright. Thank you for the clarification, and thank you for letting me
 know that Netscape 4 supports stylesheets at all. I didn't realize that
 there was any stylesheet support for NS and IE 4.

 Is there somewhere I could download older browsers for testing by chance?

 ---Original Message---

 From: Drake, Ted C.
 Date: 06/21/05 14:58:00
 To: 'wsg@webstandardsgroup.org'
 Subject: RE: [WSG] Hi there!

 There are people using netscape 4. They tend to be stuck in government
 areas
 that do not allow people to update their computers or those using old
 programs that require this browser.
 It's easy to satisfy their need for content and everyone else's desire for
 pretty pages. Simply link to a basic css document that defines colors,
 sizes
  etc.  Then import your advanced style sheets. NN4 does not recognize the
 import function.

 Ted





 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 On Behalf Of Erica Jean
 Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 11:19 AM
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: [WSG] Hi there!

 Hi there guys, I'm new :) My name is Erica and I'm a 21 year old graphic
 design student (only 2 more years to go! Yay!)

 I have a question though, and it's something that I've really been trying
 to
 put a lot of thought into.

 When building sites using the web standards, the stone-age browsers
 (Netscape and IE 4 are the two that I'm talking about specifically), are
 there really enough people out there with browsers that old that we should
 hack our CSS/etc to make things look okay to them?

 How exactly would you do that, anyway? If you're not using any design
 markup
 in your actual html document, and those browsers can't read CSS - do you
 make another site specifically for them? Do you create a page that asks
 for
 them to upgrade their browser?

 I can justify going back to IE 5.5, and even IE 5.0 to an extent... but is
 it really worth our time to go all the way back to the 4.0 browsers?

 Thanks for your opinions!

 -Erica Jean






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Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Brian Cummiskey

Erica Jean wrote:

 
Is there somewhere I could download older browsers for testing by chance?  



http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=msie
http://wp.netscape.com/download/archive/


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Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Erica Jean






Thanks to both of you for the links :) 

I really appreciate it ^^

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Subject: Re: [WSG] Hi there!

Erica Jean wrote:


 Is there somewhere I could download older browsers for testing by chance?


http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=msie
http://wp.netscape.com/download/archive/


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Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Maarten Stolte




Hi,

also note that when using XHTML, say with help from Designing with
Webstandards from Jeffrey Zeldman, you can make a site that looks great
in newer browsers, and also works in older browsers...

Maarten

Erica Jean wrote:

  
  
  

  

Thanks to both of you for the links :) 

I really appreciate it ^^

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Re: [WSG] Hi there!


Erica Jean wrote:


 Is there somewhere I could download older browsers
for testing by chance?


http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=msie
http://wp.netscape.com/download/archive/


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Re: Re: [WSG] Hi there!

2005-06-21 Thread Jeff
I would check your web logs to answer this question.  Using a program such as 
Web Trends to generate reports, you can then tell where your traffic is coming 
from and what your web site visitors are using browser wise.

Jeff
 
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Thanks!

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Hi Erica--

I'm new to the whole Web design thing, but to answer your question, I would say No. Granted that's just my opinion, but the way I see it, time marches on and so does the Web. 

regards,

g.





On Tue Jun 21 13:18 , 'Erica Jean' [EMAIL PROTECTED] sent:













Hi there guys, I'm new :) My name is Erica and I'm a 21 year old graphic design student (only 2 more years to go! Yay!)



I have a question though, and it's something that I've really been trying to put a lot of thought into.



When building sites using the web standards, the stone-age browsers (Netscape and IE 4 are the two that I'm talking about specifically), are there really enough people out there with browsers that old that we should hack our CSS/etc to make things look okay to them?



How exactly would you do that, anyway? If you're not using any design markup in your actual html document, and those browsers can't read CSS - do you make another site specifically for them? Do you create a page that asks for them to upgrade their browser?



I can justify going back to IE 5.5, and even IE 5.0 to an extent... but is it really worth our time to go all the way back to the 4.0 browsers?



Thanks for your opinions!



-Erica Jean

















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[WSG] Hi All

2004-06-06 Thread Nicola Rubeo



This is my first post here... so I want to say hi 
all and to quickly present myself: I'm Nicola... from Italy.
I'm a web designer with a great passion for this 
job and now devoted to web standards too.

I'm redesigning our company's web site, here is a 
link to check the new layout (if you have time): http://www.computertime-az.it/informazioni_azienda.htm, 
some links are not working but most of the pages are online 
already.
The old layout is here: www.computertime-az.it. I already know 
that there is a problem to solve on IE for Mac.

Any tip or advice is really appreciated. 


Thank you in advance

Nicola


RE: [WSG] Hi All

2004-06-06 Thread Iain Gardiner
Title: Message



Ciao 
belo,

And 
that's all your getting because I don't know any Italian. :) That's 
a nice layout. Clean and uses colours that lead the eye but don't drag 
it. Only thing I can see that I might change is purely subjective and it 
has to do with the black border at the very bottom of the main division. I 
might mimic that at the top.

Oh, 
and replacing the code-heavy _javascript_ rollover effects with a more lightweight 
option like Pixy's (http://wellstyled.com/css-nopreload-rollovers.html) 
might be an option you wish to consider.

Welcome to the group. :)

Iain

  
  -Original Message-From: 
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of 
  Nicola RubeoSent: 06 June 2004 20:30To: 
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: [WSG] Hi All
  This is my first post here... so I want to say hi 
  all and to quickly present myself: I'm Nicola... from Italy.
  I'm a web designer with a great passion for this 
  job and now devoted to web standards too.
  
  I'm redesigning our company's web site, here is a 
  link to check the new layout (if you have time): http://www.computertime-az.it/informazioni_azienda.htm, 
  some links are not working but most of the pages are online 
  already.
  The old layout is here: www.computertime-az.it. I already 
  know that there is a problem to solve on IE for Mac.
  
  Any tip or advice is really appreciated. 
  
  
  Thank you in advance
  
  Nicola


Re: [WSG] Hi All

2004-06-06 Thread Cristhian Palma
Iain Gardiner wrote:
Oh, and replacing the code-heavy javascript rollover effects with a more 
lightweight option like Pixy's 
(http://wellstyled.com/css-nopreload-rollovers.html) might be an option 
you wish to consider.
 
As Iain suggested, it would be good to change the heavy navigation menu 
with a lighter option, it makes Mozilla Firefox feel pretty slow.

Besides that, your website looks clean yet eye-catching.
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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Nicola Rubeo
*Sent:* 06 June 2004 20:30
*To:* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
*Subject:* [WSG] Hi All
This is my first post here... so I want to say hi all and to quickly
present myself: I'm Nicola... from Italy.
I'm a web designer with a great passion for this job and now devoted
to web standards too.
 
I'm redesigning our company's web site, here is a link to check the
new layout (if you have time):
http://www.computertime-az.it/informazioni_azienda.htm, some links
are not working but most of the pages are online already.
The old layout is here: www.computertime-az.it
http://www.computertime-az.it. I already know that there is a
problem to solve on IE for Mac.
 
Any tip or advice is really appreciated.
 
Thank you in advance
 
Nicola
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[WSG] Hi I'm new here

2004-05-19 Thread Rick Faaberg
Hi all,

Is there a searchable archive of this list so I can sort of get my bearings
since I'm new here?

Rick

Ps. Mads, are you here? ;-)

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Re: [WSG] Hi I'm new here

2004-05-19 Thread russ - maxdesign
Public:
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Thanks
Russ


 Hi all,
 
 Is there a searchable archive of this list so I can sort of get my bearings
 since I'm new here?
 
 Rick
 
 Ps. Mads, are you here? ;-)

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Re: [WSG] Hi I'm new here

2004-05-19 Thread Razvan Pop
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Re: [WSG] Hi! www.themaninblue.com

2003-12-05 Thread Bradley Wright
Cameron,

Indeed, welcome aboard (should I be saying that? This is only my second 
post :) ). Am most impressed with your site, and have been since Douglas 
Bowman wrote it up on Stop Design (one of those US blogs :) ). It's a 
really good effort, and an even more impressive effect.

Respect where respect is due.

Brad

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