Re: [WSG] Change defaults in IE with CSS style sheet

2004-09-09 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh
On Sep 9, 2004, at 12:56 pm, Felix Miata wrote: Now that you've done that, you should see that user css is really only for people who understand css and have the time to apply it on the user side, so few that it is really nothing any web designer needs to spend more than two seconds pondering.

[WSG] Help with simple menu

2004-09-09 Thread Hugh Todd
OK, I've thrown in the towel. No one piped up with solutions to the last couple of issues, so I've surrendered my dream to build an elastic layout. However, I still have one glitch to fix. And Firefox is the odd one out. No, don't flame me! I've been developing using Safari and Opera, which I

Re: [WSG] Better Flexible Rounded Corners Option? and Site Check

2004-09-09 Thread Roger Johansson
On 8 sep 2004, at 22.57, JW wrote: I am looking for a flexible rounded corners (with borders) that is not restrictive to size. Googled for some but most are filled with lots of complex solutions (lots of html meddling and tones of css codes). Hi. Take a look at what I came up with a while back:

Re: [WSG] Help with simple menu

2004-09-09 Thread Hugh Todd
Jake, Ah hah! Many thanks for that! And thanks to Bert, too, for replying. I would have posted the thanks offlist, but I wanted to indicate why Bert's solution would not be ideal in this case. I wanted a rollover effect for the links, involving a graphic arrow to their left. But to achieve

Re: [WSG] Article: Ten CSS tricks you may not know

2004-09-09 Thread Mark Harwood
Ten CSS tricks — corrected and improved http://tantek.com/log/2004/09.html#d07t1434 Mark Harwood --- phunky.co.uk / zinkmedia.co.uk / xhtmlandcss.co.uk ** The discussion list for

Re: [WSG] Brisbane Meeting, Wednesday

2004-09-09 Thread Lea de Groot
On Thu, 9 Sep 2004 11:54:20 +1000, Marc Greenstock wrote: In regards to the others, lets hope someone was taking notes... Lea, I think I spotted you taking notes, care to share? Yeah, I blogged my notes - http://elysiansystems.com/blog/ (Yes, I know the layout is a bit broken. Too far down the

Re: [WSG] Re: broken navigation bar in Opera

2004-09-09 Thread Isabel Santos
It works! Thank you so mutch! Isabel Santos - Original Message - From: Irapuan Martinez [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 12:28 PM Subject: [WSG] Re: broken navigation bar in Opera At 06:26 9/9/2004 +0100, Isabel Santos wrote: I'm

Re: [WSG] Change defaults in IE with CSS style sheet

2004-09-09 Thread Webstandards
Peter Firminger wrote: Go to Tools | Internet Options and at the bottom of the General tab click the Accessibility button and add your stylesheet there. P -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ralph Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 11:59 AM

RE: [WSG] Better Flexible Rounded Corners Option? and Site Check

2004-09-09 Thread JW
Hi Roger Thanks for the links. I tested the one with fix width and will be testing the flexible one later. The demo is the 2nd one at http://design.sodesires.com/tictap/ It shows fine in Firefox, Opera 7 and IE6 but it breaks in IE5. Any solutions? I added an extra div (.cornersFix-border )

RE: [WSG] Table within a div tag and IE

2004-09-09 Thread Nancy Johnson
Dear Jonothan, Thank you, I will try your suggestions. I agree I should use the style sheet for tables. I will begin to experiment with that. Take care, Nancy -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jonothan Stribling Sent: Tuesday,

Re: [WSG] Better Flexible Rounded Corners Option? and Site Check

2004-09-09 Thread Roger Johansson
On 9 sep 2004, at 15.11, JW wrote: It shows fine in Firefox, Opera 7 and IE6 but it breaks in IE5. Any solutions? Probably box model related, if it breaks in IE5 and not IE6. I don't have IE5/Win handy here to take a look. In what way does it break? /Roger -- http://www.456bereastreet.com/

RE: [WSG] accessible audio-visual content

2004-09-09 Thread Laura Carlson
You may find some of this information helpful: http://www.d.umn.edu/goto/accessibility#multimedia Laura ___ Laura L. Carlson Information Technology Systems and Services University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, MN 55812-3009

RE: [WSG] Re: delayed rendering of containing div's background colour

2004-09-09 Thread Richard Lake
Thanks Hans. I've tried that, it didn't work unfortunately. -Original Message-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]On Behalf Of Hans NilssonSent: Friday, 10 September 2004 12:06 a.m.To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: [WSG] Re: delayed rendering of containing div's

Re: [WSG] Re: delayed rendering of containing div's background colour

2004-09-09 Thread Tom Livingston
Might this be of assistance at all?? http://www.bluerobot.com/web/css/fouc.asp On Sep 9, 2004, at 3:36 PM, Richard Lake wrote: Thanks Hans. I've tried that, it didn't work unfortunately. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Hans Nilsson Sent:

Re: [WSG] Standards-based PHP tutorials for beginners...

2004-09-09 Thread Michael Nelson
Thanks Dylan, Joshua and Nick (and Amit), for the info! Talk about 6-degrees of separation between the backend and presentation :) I'm currently facilitating a class learning HTML/CSS/JavaScript as part of a Certificate IV in WebDesign. We've been learning XHTML 1.0 from the start, separating

[WSG] Hugh Todd's 45 degrees

2004-09-09 Thread Steven Clark
Hi Hugh I was just browsing the digest and have noticed your questions, and thought I'd mention the problem I've noticed. I'm using IE6 on WinXP and its only a cursory observatioin but definately affects site usability. I am using resolution 1024 width. When I clicked your icon for enlarging

Re: [WSG] Hugh Todd's 45 degrees

2004-09-09 Thread Hugh Todd
Steven, I was just browsing the digest and have noticed your questions, and thought I'd mention the problem I've noticed. I'm using IE6 on WinXP and its only a cursory observatioin but definately affects site usability. I am using resolution 1024 width. When I clicked your icon for enlarging