[WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Tim Yang
Hi 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 experience when I

Re: [WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Mark Harwood
Yeh, its not a bad idea... im waiting to be able to change www.southtyneside.info in to XHTML and get rid of the crappy code that there old designer did... Hardest thing is working for a company that thinks there the dog's bollox but when someone from outside there office comes in a show there

Re: [WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Webstandards
Tim Yang wrote: Hi 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

Re: [WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Nick Gleitzman
You might also be interested in Zeldman's coverage of this concept at http://www.zeldman.com/daily/0704d.shtml - including the hassle that one UK coder experienced as a result... I'd be very careful about publishing reworked versions of other people's copyrighted materials, even if you have the

Re: [WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Mark Harwood
Deffo! i think the UK designer you was on about was the guy that made the hugely popular Odeon cinema site, that in the end grew more popular then the Offical one! It was ok untill people started getting confused with which site was offical and which was just a listing of show times...

Re: [WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Andy Budd
Tim Yang wrote: Hi 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. Rather than make over a big site

RE: [WSG] pagesauce.com

2004-08-04 Thread Grossman, Susan
Title: RE: [WSG] pagesauce.com There are a number of great online volunteering places of which I'd worked for many. I encourage all list members to volunteer to work on sites that can really use help. http://charityfocus.org/ http://techsoup.org/ http://volunteeringonline.org/ Susan