Re: [WSG] Site check: color.rdpdesign.com

2005-10-09 Thread Steve Ferguson
I expected the manual inputs to accept hex values since that's typically how we work with colors on the web. Perhaps you could offer the option of using hex or decimal?Steve Ferguson - Illumit L.L.C. http://illumit.comOn Oct 8, 2005, at 6:25 PM, Christian Montoya wrote:Hey all, Thanks for the

Re: [WSG] Site check: color.rdpdesign.com

2005-10-09 Thread Christian Montoya
On 10/9/05, Steve Ferguson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I expected the manual inputs to accept hex values since that's typically how we work with colors on the web. Perhaps you could offer the option of using hex or decimal?Steve Ferguson - Illumit L.L.C. http://illumit.com I will, later. -- - C

RE: [WSG] Site check: color.rdpdesign.com

2005-10-08 Thread Nick Lazar
Hi Christian, I checked out your site in Safari 1.3.1, Firefox (Mac) 1.0.6, IE 5.2 Camino 0.8.2 on 1024 x 768. The page renders nicely in all browser except for IE 5.2. The layout is shot in this browser. I wouldnt be too concerned about this, as IE 5.2 is a real pig to design for,

Re: [WSG] Site check: color.rdpdesign.com

2005-10-08 Thread Hassan Schroeder
Christian Montoya wrote: I just finished a site and it looks ok in IE 6 / FF / Opera. I'm not too concerned about compatibility with older browsers, just wondering if it works ok in Mac and Linux. The site is here: http://color.rdpdesign.com The ads are overlaying the content on FF 1.0.5 and

Re: [WSG] Site check: color.rdpdesign.com

2005-10-08 Thread Christian Montoya
Hey all, Thanks for the checks. The problems come from the page being sized in em's, and the ads being absolutely positioned with ems... I've decided that's too difficult. I'll probably put the ads back in, but in a more robust way, so they don't risk covering content. -- - C Montoyardpdesign.com