RE: [WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-09 Thread Chris Taylor
From: Foskett, Mike Subject: RE: [WSG] JS patterns Solution: Instead of adding an onclick to a heading, try adding a link to the heading then put the onclick on that. Use the id of the hidden div as the link href and you're done. Best practice observed and everyone's happy. I agree entirely

Re: [WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-08 Thread tee
On Dec 7, 2008, at 5:55 AM, Tatham Oddie wrote: Hi Tee, There are no JQuery specific extensions to IE8. There are general speed and reliability improvements to the JS engine in the browser, and IDE support for JQuery in Visual Studio, however the support is not specific to IE+JQuery.

[WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-07 Thread Jason Grant
A quick note to the group to say that a great, lightweight, JQuery based, continuously updated, object-oriented, highly reusable set of patterns is being developed by Adam Silver, a great JS developer. http://www.adoromedia.com/projects/ Patterns are constantly being improved and Adam would

Re: [WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-07 Thread tee
On Dec 7, 2008, at 4:34 AM, Jason Grant wrote: A quick note to the group to say that a great, lightweight, JQuery based, continuously updated, object-oriented, highly reusable set of patterns is being developed by Adam Silver, a great JS developer. http://www.adoromedia.com/projects/

Re: [WSG] JS patterns

2008-12-07 Thread Jason Grant
:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of tee Sent: Monday, 8 December 2008 12:37 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] JS patterns On Dec 7, 2008, at 4:34 AM, Jason Grant wrote: A quick note to the group to say that a great, lightweight, JQuery based, continuously updated, object