Umm actually thinking of a container x pixels long that I can hold
images in so that they can be scrolled horizontally. This is the kind
of effect acheived in Flash with only a little effort but in CSS?
if you use overflow:scroll; you'll get BOTH scrollbars, but in order
to get the
I have a client who wants some audio-visual content on his site. He
wants to stream interviews etc like a radio channel - but not live, at
this point. There will also be some video clips. (All of these will
be downloadable, and not play automatically.)
The client represents a local
Russ linked to it before, but:
http://joeclark.org/access/captioning/bpoc/ is worth a read.
For video, you may consider using Magpie
For audio, a full transcript should be enough (as a separate document).
Vicki Berry wrote:
Thanks Thorsten - but I was hoping I wouldn't have to use maths but instead
utilise some kind of 'width:auto;' thing or a noWrap thing or something
inherently set by the technology. If wost comes to worse, I'll just pop in
some client-side JS to do the math - but i still think it's a bit of an
This will be the best place to start:
On 7/9/04 5:00 PM, Vicki Berry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
There will also be some video clips
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If QuickTime is acceptable as a delivery medium, you can either:
1. incorporate closed captioning via a text track or
2. play images (or Flash) of text within the audio/video window.
(Either in its own space or over the top of a movie [Flash images are
better for the latter].)
Has anyone else encountered this bug?
I'm trying to create an elastic layout, using the sliding backgrounds
approach alluded to by Doug Bowman in the link provided by Russ earlier
*But* there seems to be a bug in Safari.
The DRC's videos are done using a Flash front-end.
Quite liked the method and currently recommending it.
From: Hugh Todd
i see the same effect in both firefox and safari - a white strip to the
left of the blue background?
in both Firefox and in safari.
Sorry, no, that's not where the problem is. I placed the left edge of
the blue background arbitrarily, just to display the issue, so you'll
have to excuse the
A useful cludge is to nest the table in a div and give the div a width.
You should really remove all width, cellpadding, cellspacing from the
table into a style.
- Original Message -
From: Nancy Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 10:43:15 -0400
Don't know about paper magazines, but http://www.alistapart.com/ is a
magazine from my point of view when you get it in xml, and
http://www.digital-web.com/, and kinda/sorta
http://www.simplebits.com, and a few others.
here are some great books that are well thumbed on my desk.
Dear [EMAIL PROTECTED],
I'm a newbie to the list but a fan of standards-based design and am
hopefully beginning to get the hang work of some accessibility issues.
I'm currently experimenting with some scripting ideas in an existing
site. The old site is at http://www.kingston.ac.uk/maths but I'm
I have a form laid out in css, the left columns contain the headers for the fields,
background should be grey, however it does not extend all the way to the bottom of the
when I have a multiple select which size is greater than the text on the left.
I cannot come up with anything
Since posting earlier on, I have now remedied problem #2 and improved on
problem #1. I now have the layout sorted on the blog page but IE refuses to
render all of the styling to elements within the page - certain borders and
backgrounds don't appear.
Please look at http://www.bryandavis.info/life
... a bit much to ask?
Just wondering if anyone knew of any such tutorials. Those on php.net
seem as if they were written by C programmers wanting to learn php. Yet
those on webmonkey are so old that they still use things like:
echo FONT COLOR='red'Hi there;
Makes it very hard to help HTML
1. I'm having a problem with the IE peekaboo bug on my new blog page. After
the right hand sidebar becomes too tall (not sure how tall too tall is
exactly) the bottom of the left hand sidebar (which should be background
color showing through from the body) becomes obscured by the background of
Miss the meeting and you miss meeting John Allsopp - you don't want to
miss that opportunity, surely! ;)
but if there is a low turn out, I'll take it personally people :-)
See you tonight,
:: westciv :: http://www.westciv.com/
I use a background image in a container div instead to ensure that
columns continue to the end of a set height.
Not sure if this helps.
On Wed, 08 Sep 2004 08:36:19 +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I have a form laid out in css, the left columns contain the headers for the
Justin French said:
Sure, the W3 spec suggests DLs to be used for conversations and other
non-DL purposes, and we've seen some great examples out there, but the
reality is that (last time I researched), DL's are still announced by
screen readers as a definition list of N items, which would
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