Re: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Thorsten
guys, thanks a lot for helping out :^) -- Thorsten ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help

Re: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Jan Brasna
return false; Do not return false. Return !window.open(...) instead. -- Jan Brasna aka JohnyB :: www.alphanumeric.cz | www.janbrasna.com ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Jan Brasna wrote: Do not return false. Return !window.open(...) instead. so what advantage does this bring? If javascript is enabled, but fails to open a window, the link still works? What are the situations in which javascript may fail to open a new window? -- Patrick H. Lauke

Re: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Jan Brasna
javascript may fail to open a new window? Popup blockers etc. -- Jan Brasna aka JohnyB :: www.alphanumeric.cz | www.janbrasna.com ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for

RE: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Mike Pepper
Patrick H. Lauke wrote: so what advantage does this bring? If javascript is enabled, but fails to open a window, the link still works? What are the situations in which javascript may fail to open a new window? Jan Brasna wrote: Do not return false. Return !window.open(...) instead.

Re: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Jan Brasna wrote: javascript may fail to open a new window? Popup blockers etc. Don't popup blockers allow them when they're a result of a direct user interaction (such as clicking a link)? Or is this another thing that XP SP2 messes up? -- Patrick H. Lauke

Re: [WSG] javascript problem with pop-up on hyperlink click (IE6 displays an error, FF, Opera work fine)

2005-03-13 Thread Jan Brasna
Don't popup blockers allow them when they're a result of a direct user interaction Sometimes, sometimes not. It all depends on browser and/or setup... Or is this another thing that XP SP2 messes up? I'd guess so... -- Jan Brasna aka JohnyB :: www.alphanumeric.cz | www.janbrasna.com

Re: [WSG] Greetings and Link Requests

2005-03-13 Thread David Laakso
On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 00:18:32 -0700, Nigel lew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, my name is Nigel. I run a little firm in Colorado. I have been lurking around here for a few months now so I figured it was time to hop in and say hello. I just overhauled my site as well so comments are welcome. I

[WSG] Redundant Code

2005-03-13 Thread Sarah Peeke (XERT)
Hello all I have a test site http://www.bureke.com.au/test/index.html which is valid XHTML/CSS. The style sheet is here: http://www.bureke.com.au/test/styles/global.css In order for it to work cross-platform (I have tested on Firefox, IE5, IE5.5, and IE6 on the PC, and Firefox, Safari and

Re: [WSG] Redundant Code

2005-03-13 Thread Sigurd Magnusson
#1 - not sure #2 If you want to apply something to every li within #header, use #header li { ... } Regarding #3, nesting your menus will create a clearer heirachy; e.g. change ul lih2Sub Heading 3/h2/li lia href=/Category 1/a/li lia href=/Category 2/a/li lia href=/Category 3/a/li lia

[WSG] More links, their titles, and accessibility

2005-03-13 Thread Sigurd Magnusson
Untitled DocumentA list of items containing titles, summaries and more links is fairly common; both for news articles, and products ('buy now '.). In my opinion, a 'more' link is good accessibility for most users... You read a snippet of an interesting news article, and therefore your eye is at

[WSG] DLs and multiple DDs, as more semantic means to produce general lists containing titles and summaries

2005-03-13 Thread Sigurd Magnusson
Untitled DocumentIn an effort to make our company's code XHTML 1.1 compliant and more semantic (we were loosely following XHTML 1.0 Trans but now want to more ridigly follow it), I was brainstorming for conventions and best practices. I came up with an idea pertaining to general lists that I'd

Re: [WSG] DLs and multiple DDs, as more semantic means to produce general lists containing titles and summaries

2005-03-13 Thread russ - maxdesign
div id=LatestNews h1Latest News/h2 dl dta href=FullArticle.htmlNews Item One/a/dt dd class=date20/10/05/dd dd class=intro Introduction goes here.../dd dta href=FullArticle2.html class=HeadingNews Item Two/a/dt dd class=date20/10/05/dd dd class=intro Introduction goes here.../dd /dl

Re: [WSG] Redundant Code

2005-03-13 Thread Sarah Peeke (XERT)
Hi Siggy Thanks for your reply. ul liSub Heading 1 ul lia href=/Category 1/a/li lia href=/Category 2/a/li lia href=/Category 3/a/li lia href=/Category 4/a/li lia href=/Category 5/a/li lia href=/Category 6/a/li /ul /li liSub Heading 2/li liSub Heading

Re: [WSG] Redundant Code

2005-03-13 Thread Sigurd Magnusson
The change to the heirarchy above is great, but it doesn't help the #header, #mainnav and #subnav lists because there isn't a heading for these. If you look at the page with styles disabled you'll see what I mean. I think what you and I are both really waiting for is XHTML2; except we need to

Re: [WSG] Redundant Code

2005-03-13 Thread Sarah Peeke (XERT)
Siggy See below: I think what you and I are both really waiting for is XHTML2; except we need to wait for browsers and W3C to adopt it :P http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml2/mod-list.html#edef_list_nl nl labelContents /label li href=#introductionIntroduction/li li nl