Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread Rick Faaberg
On 5/31/05 1:47 AM [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] sent this out: We regret to inform you that your account has been suspended due to the violation of our site policy, more info is attached. Detected what? What did I do so wrong? Man, I thought I was a good citizen here. Thank you, Rick

Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread Kvnmcwebn
Is this a virus? ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

[WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Vaska . WSG
I'm trying to make a page that will display some source code. The PRE tag works very will with retaining \t and \n but I can not find a way to make it wrap words. Words fly off the monitor... I've been reading around (via Google) and I find others with similar problems but no solution. Is

Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread Nathan Wheatley
Hey, what is this? it seems to have been mailed to the list and not specifically to me? Spam? -- Nathan Wheatley On 31/05/2005, at 6:47 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We regret to inform you that your account has been suspended due to the violation of our site policy, more info is

[WSG] Do not open the DETECTED message cause it contains a virus/trojan

2005-05-31 Thread Ingo Chao
The message is in the public archives and not adressed to you. It contains a zip-file. This zip contains a htm-file, but in fact its a htmpif wich will infect you Windows computer * Delete the message. * regards, Ingo Chao **

Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread Michael Lykke
It's a virus - Just ignore it! On 5/31/05, Nathan Wheatley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey, what is this? it seems to have been mailed to the list and not specifically to me? Spam? -- Nathan Wheatley On 31/05/2005, at 6:47 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We regret to inform you that

[WSG] warning *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread Kvnmcwebn
DONT open the zip file attached to that USER VIOLATION email. I dowloaded it an my virus software picked up a trojan horse right away. -kvnmcwebn ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread john
I've been receiving a few messages like this, but from my [EMAIL PROTECTED] so it looks like I'm emailing myself. It always says more info is attached and there's always a zipped attachment included. ~john Just fair-weather words from a four-letter friend. on 5/31/2005 10:06 AM Rick

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Prabhath Sirisena
I'm trying to make a page that will display some source code. The PRE tag works very will with retaining \t and \n but I can not find a way to make it wrap words. Words fly off the monitor... Shouldn't you be using the code tag instead? It's a semantically better option. However, the

RE: [WSG] VIRUS!!!

2005-05-31 Thread Brett Walsh
Well, that was fun! I foolishly trusted that the email was from the group ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) and that I had for some reason been suspended. So I opened the attachment and clicked the file! How foolish of me! If only I had expanded the width of the filename column. It even had a program like

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Ben Ward
Prabhath - code is an inline element, so while is should probably be included somewhere in marking up code, you need something else on the outside of it to create the block. pre is semantically pretty sound for this, since code is pre-formatted and some languages are white-space sensitive, for

RE: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick Lauke
Ben Ward pre is semantically pretty sound for this, since code is pre-formatted and some languages are white-space sensitive, for example. To split hairs, though, the problem with pre seems to be that it appears very much like a presentational, rather than a semantic element. Any semantics

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Prabhath Sirisena
I would do it this way: code class=codeblock int foo (int a, int b) { br / /* do stuff here */ br / } br / /code And use the css: code.codeblock { display: block; } Is this OK, or do you find anything unacceptably wrong here? Looks better than a PRE to me. Prabhath http://nidahas.com

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Ben Ward
Fair point, pre was indented purely for presentation. However, it does have a small bit of semantic significance, insofaras it says whitespace is important. Sure, it indents that in terms of presentation but the implied meaning is not irrelevent (especially in the context of languages where the

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Ben
On 5/31/05, Prabhath Sirisena [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would do it this way:code class=codeblockint foo (int a, int b) { br //* do stuff here */ br /} br //codeAnd use the css:code.codeblock {display: block;}Is this OK, or do you find anything unacceptably wrong here? Looksbetter than a PRE to

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread designer
- Original Message - From: Patrick Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] To split hairs, though, the problem with pre seems to be that it appears very much like a presentational, rather than a semantic element. Any semantics seem to be inferred by the fact that the content is preformatted, which is a

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Ben
After some testing, I think it's best to stick to using pre for blocks of code. code won't preserve whitespace, so your code's not going to have any indenting unless you use a lot of non-breaking spaces which will inflate the size of your file and not to mention a real be a pain in the butt to

[WSG] Looking for a standards-compliant classified advert solution

2005-05-31 Thread David Nicol
Hello everyone, I am seraching for a standards-compliant classified ad solution. The best non-compliant solution I've found is this: http://www.geodesicsolutions.com/products/classifieds/classifieds_enterprise.htm Does anyone know of a standards-compliant solution that is comparable to this?

RE: [WSG] Looking for a standards-compliant classified advert solution [MOVE TO CMS LIST]

2005-05-31 Thread Peter Firminger
This is really a topic for the CMS list. Please carry on the conversation there. Regards, Peter -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Nicol Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 10:09 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] Looking

RE: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick Lauke
designer Surely, the fact that pre denotes 'preformatting' means that the formatting has occurred 'somewhere else' and not in the body of the html. So, in that sense, in what way is pre 'presentational' any more than all CSS is 'presentational? Aeh...I'm not quite following your

RE: [WSG] VIRUS!!!

2005-05-31 Thread Tim John
Hi, Luckily, I thought it a little strange to receive an email from WSG informing me that I'd been removed from their mailing list. Especially as the email was from [EMAIL PROTECTED] and contained a download - which I ignored! I'm just wondering, as I use MailWasher Pro, I could bounce said email

[WSG] display: table-row

2005-05-31 Thread john
Can somebody please tell me where I can find a chart that shows what browsers, if any, don't support display: table-row ? Thanks. -- ~john Just fair-weather words from a four-letter friend. ** The discussion list for

[WSG] information architecture

2005-05-31 Thread Bruce Gilbert
can someone give me a good explanation on what information acrhitecture is as it relates to web standards? I seen the word(s) used a lot lately. thanks, -- ::Bruce:: ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

[WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread kemie guaida
I was sure that there was some major browser not implementing display:inline-block, but in a quick test firefox 1.03, Opera 7 8 and even IE 6 are interpreting it correctly.I have yet to test on a mac, but that would seem to cover a lot of users. Anything I'm missing? Any recent documentation

[WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Hi all, I think I may have found a new way to enhance the original idea: The demo (scalable image): http://www.TJKDesign.com/articles/tip_5.asp The article: http://www.TJKDesign.com/articles/tip.asp Please report any error you may find. -- Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com

RE: [WSG] information architecture

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick Lauke
Bruce Gilbert can someone give me a good explanation on what information acrhitecture is as it relates to web standards? IA is a completely separate discipline, which - to be honest - has nothing to do with web standards (so don't be surprised if this thread gets closed fairly quickly). To

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Vaska . WSG
Thanks for the discussion folks... Actually, because I can't really find a way to get by on the word-wrap issue and also the use of indents (as they appear in the code) I've done all of this in php without code or pre. It uses nbsp;'s for the tabs (preg_replace(/\t/...). Aside from

Re: [WSG] display: table-row

2005-05-31 Thread russ - maxdesign
Try these two: http://nanobox.chipx86.com/browser_support.php http://www.quirksmode.org/css/contents.html Russ Can somebody please tell me where I can find a chart that shows what browsers, if any, don't support display: table-row ? Thanks.

RE: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick Lauke
Thierry Koblentz I think I may have found a new way to enhance the original idea: The demo (scalable image): http://www.TJKDesign.com/articles/tip_5.asp The article: http://www.TJKDesign.com/articles/tip.asp Maybe I'm missing the point here, but...have we just come full circle? If you're

RE: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick Lauke
Vaska.WSG I've done all of this in php without code or pre. CODE is still the semantically correct element to wrap around this type of content, though... What I'm doing is meant purely for presentation...it's a fast way for a person to view a script and try to determine where a bug

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Jan Brasna
Well, I don't fancy it much, I don't like the idea of presentational image in HTML... I personally use own solution[1], based partly on Dynatext[2]. Now I'm playing with Anatoly's DIR[3] [1] Can be seen on http://www.janbrasna.com/ or http://www.bonsoir.cz/ [2]

RE: [WSG] information architecture

2005-05-31 Thread Chris Rizzo
Hi Bruce, I'd also add to what Patrick said and say that IA, usability, SEO, accessibility, user interface design, etc. are components of an even bigger picture called User Experience Design (the broadest map of Web development). Here's another good article by Garrett that covers some of these

Re: [WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh
On 31 May 2005, at 10:42 pm, kemie guaida wrote: I was sure that there was some major browser not implementing display:inline-block, but in a quick test firefox 1.03, Opera 7 8 and even IE 6 are interpreting it correctly.I have yet to test on a mac, but that would seem to cover a lot of

RE: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Martin J. Lambert
From: Ben After some testing, I think it's best to stick to using pre for blocks of code. code won't preserve whitespace, so your code's not going to have any indenting unless you use a lot of non-breaking spaces which will inflate the size of your file and not to mention a real be a pain

Re: [WSG] style sheet set up

2005-05-31 Thread Douglas Clifton
Recently a CSS compressor utility has been making its rounds on the del.icio.us/Furl bookmark sites (and the like). Removing whitespace and comments from stylesheets, cramming them all into one file, and similar naive approaches to improving a site's response time are far less effective strategies

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Ingo Chao
Vaska.WSG schrieb: Actually, because I can't really find a way to get by on the word-wrap issue and also the use of indents (as they appear in the code) I've done all of this in php without code or pre. It uses nbsp;'s for the tabs (preg_replace(/\t/...). ... If you are curious this is

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Jan Brasna wrote: Well, I don't fancy it much, I don't like the idea of presentational image in HTML... I personally use own solution[1], based partly on Dynatext[2]. Now I'm playing with Anatoly's DIR[3] http://fecklessmind.com/main/5/definitive-solution-to-image-replacement If the user

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Patrick Lauke wrote: Maybe I'm missing the point here, but...have we just come full circle? If you're already adding IMG to the markup, what's the point of doing h1img src=/img/helloworld.gif alt= /Hello World/h1 and applying lots of CSS to hide the text, if a simple h1img

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread pixeldiva
On 5/31/05, Thierry Koblentz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You mean even if images are disabled? That's true with some browsers, but not all. I believe FF and Safari do not show the alt attribute value at all when images are disabled. And in MSIE, this value is not displayed in relation to the

RE: [WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This doesn't quite answer your question - but if you want to test on a MAC and don't have one I found a resource yesterday... http://danvine.com/icapture/ It's not as good as the others I suppose but it is free. Heather Original Message: - From: kemie guaida [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
pixeldiva wrote: You mean even if images are disabled? That's true with some browsers, but not all. I believe FF and Safari do not show the alt attribute value at all when images are disabled. And in MSIE, this value is not displayed in relation to the user's settings regarding text-size.

[WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread Jacobus van Niekerk
Hi all, Quick question, I have a client with lots of HTML file that have inline CSS. (Over 300 docs) I am looking for some software, or way, that will export this inline css into a external css file. Or even just move it into a embedded style sheet. Thanks in advance for any help. Kind Regards

RE: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick Lauke
Thierry Koblentz If I disable images in FF and Safari I do not get anything. Do you? If you disable images in FF through something like the WebDev extension, no. However, if you disable them the normal way (the way a user who doesn't want/need images would) via Tools Options Web Features

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread pixeldiva
On 5/31/05, Thierry Koblentz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Who's talking about tooltip? :-) If I disable images in FF and Safari I do not get anything. Do you? Yes. I do. I get the alt text where it's been applied. Regarding MSIE, what I meant is that the alt attribute value does not match the

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Patrick Lauke wrote: Unless I'm mistaken, the WebDev extension does a fairly brutal remove images from the DOM. A far more accurate test (if you don't want to change your global options) is to choose WebDev's Images Replace Images with Alt Attributes option. Can't vouch for Safari, but if

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Vaska . WSG
I think this will do the trick. It's a little odd, and I'll have to test this out more, doing a preg_match_all to determine how many \t's there are (so we know what class='tab$number' to use), but I think in most instances this will suffice. Thanks for pointing this solution out...v On

Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online User Violation

2005-05-31 Thread ByteDreams
Just got that same email. Thanks to all on the list for alerting. I deleted without opening the file that was attached. ByteDreams - Original Message - From: john [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 5:25 AM Subject: Re: [WSG] *DETECTED* Online

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
pixeldiva wrote: Yes. I do. I get the alt text where it's been applied. As Patrick pointed out, you must be using the built-in function of FF, but it does not work that way in Safari (atleast in v.1.2.4). Regarding MSIE, what I meant is that the alt attribute value does not match the

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread designer
Hi Patrick, - Original Message - From: Patrick Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 1:43 PM Subject: RE: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap? But to reiterate: h1 has semantic connotations - the content it marks up is a heading. pre, on the other

[WSG] Help Me Switch From Tables to CSS Divs

2005-05-31 Thread Olajide Olaolorun
I know so many people have asked for this and at one point i left the emails on the topic in my inbox but then i deleted them. I need to know how to switch from tables to divs. I have a 2 column table and want to switch it into css using divs. I know it has to do with the float tag in css but i

Re: [WSG] Help Me Switch From Tables to CSS Divs

2005-05-31 Thread Chris Kennon
Hi, deconstruct and redo: http://www.456bereastreet.com/lab/developing_with_web_standards/ csslayout/2-col/ G/L C On May 31, 2005, at 12:11 PM, Olajide Olaolorun wrote: I know so many people have asked for this and at one point i left the emails on the topic in my inbox but then i

Re: [WSG] Help Me Switch From Tables to CSS Divs

2005-05-31 Thread Parker Torrence
See if this is what you are looking for http://www.neuroticweb.com/recursos/2-columns-layout/ On 5/31/05, Olajide Olaolorun [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I know so many people have asked for this and at one point i left the emails on the topic in my inbox but then i deleted them. I need to know

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Thierry Koblentz wrote: Patrick Lauke wrote: img src=/img/trans.gif / and use CSS background image for the real image, but then you may as well use any other element (such as a SPAN in...whatever IR technique I'm thinking of). BTW, what would be the advantage of using a span rather than an

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Patrick H. Lauke wrote: Ok, the IR technique I was referring to (now that I've checked) was the Gilder/Levin method http://www.mezzoblue.com/tests/revised-image-replacement/#gilderlevin Believe it or not, but I didn't know about that one ;-) Identical approach in term of CSS, but - as you know

Re: [WSG] A way to skip a Flash-intro if Flash is not installed?

2005-05-31 Thread John Horner
Somewhat belatedly -- the Flash-detection JavaScript I recommend is the Moock FPI script, see http://www.moock.org/webdesign/flash/detection/moockfpi/ a lot of work has gone into it and it has a very detailed bug-fix history, which gives me confidence, although it doesn't seem to have been

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Lachlan Hardy
Vaska.WSG wrote: I've been reading around (via Google) and I find others with similar problems but no solution. Is there a solution to this? Whenever I present code in a page, I use something similar to the method Simon Willison put forward by in July 2002:

Re: [WSG] Style PRE with word wrap?

2005-05-31 Thread Ben
Ahh, cool. Looks like the white-space property is supported well enough. http://www.westciv.com/style_master/academy/browser_support/element_type.html I'll go back to using code for code blocks then. :) Thanks for pointing out the property, Martin. BenOn 5/31/05, Martin J. Lambert [EMAIL

RE: [WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread Scott Swabey \(Lafinboy Productions\)
Quick question, I have a client with lots of HTML file that have inline CSS. (Over 300 docs) I am looking for some software, or way, that will export this inline css into a external css file. Or even just move it into a embedded style sheet. Am not aware on any package that would do this

Re: [WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Scott Swabey (Lafinboy Productions) wrote: Am not aware on any package that would do this for you, but it should be quite easy to set up a Regular Expression routine to strip all style='foo' content from a page. The harder part would be to have it not just strip out the styles, but

[WSG] Two questions: SEO document structure and font resizing

2005-05-31 Thread Conversant Studios
Hey there guys, I'll get straight to it - here's the site I'm referring to - http://www.travelinsurancecompared.com.au/ 1. Search engine optimisation and document structure The current document structure is: header nav content sidebar footer will it get more love from google if I make the

RE: [WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread John Horner
Quick question, I have a client with lots of HTML file that have inline CSS. (Over 300 docs) I am looking for some software, or way, that will export this inline css into a external css file. Or even just move it into a embedded style sheet. Am not aware on any package that would do this

Re: [WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread Ben
If the HTML files were valid XHTML it would be a relatively easy job extracting the styles using XSLT.On 6/1/05, Patrick H. Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Scott Swabey (Lafinboy Productions) wrote: Am not aware on any package that would do this for you, but it should be quite easy to set up a

Re: [WSG] Two questions: SEO document structure and font resizing

2005-05-31 Thread Neerav
You cant stop font resizing in mozilla, and thank goodness for that :-) -- Neerav Bhatt http://www.bhatt.id.au Need a Sydney based web standards contractor? You need my services. Recent projects for iFocus, Glassonion, Freshweb, Cogentis http://www.bhatt.id.au/blog/ - Ramblings Thoughts

Re: [WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread Bert Doorn
G'day Quick question, I have a client with lots of HTML file that have inline CSS. (Over 300 docs) I am looking for some software, or way, that will export this inline css into a external css file. Or even just move it into a embedded style sheet. Replacing the styles (whether style blocks

Re: [WSG] Exporting inline CSS

2005-05-31 Thread Matt Thommes
Quick question, I have a client with lots of HTML file that have inline CSS. (Over 300 docs) Good Lord, what was that previous author thinking!?? There's no escaping this problem - you're just gonna have to start from scratch. Don't waste your time with export/import methods. MATTHOM

Re: [WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread Kay Smoljak
On 5/31/05, kemie guaida [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was sure that there was some major browser not implementing display:inline-block, but in a quick test firefox 1.03, Opera 7 8 and even IE 6 are interpreting it correctly.I have yet to test on a mac, but that would seem to cover a lot of

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh
On 1 Jun 2005, at 12:32 am, Thierry Koblentz wrote: If I disable images in FF and Safari I do not get anything. Do you? The answer for Firefox was already given. For Safari (using 1.3), with images disabled, I get a grey outline where the image should be, and **sometimes** the alt text

Re: [WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread Jan Brasna
what specific, real-world problem could be solved by the use of display:inline-block? Anything where display: block + float: left is used at once (eg. navigation, definition list layouts etc.) -- Jan Brasna aka JohnyB :: www.alphanumeric.cz | www.janbrasna.com

Re: [WSG] An alternative to FIR (Fahrner Image replacement)?

2005-05-31 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Philippe Wittenbergh wrote: For Safari (using 1.3), with images disabled, I get a grey outline where the image should be, and **sometimes** the alt text displayed. Like: if it fixes inside the bounding box for the image. If the text is too long, (ie a long long alt text) on a 20px by 20px

Re: [WSG] information architecture

2005-05-31 Thread Donna Maurer
There is a relationship between the two in that a good IA will think beyond the page to the overall structure of the information, including the semantics of the content and relationships between content items. Good IAs care deeply about web standards and love the flexibility that designing

Re: [WSG] Two questions: SEO document structure and font resizing

2005-05-31 Thread Prabhath Sirisena
As long as you keep everything lean and semantic, the content order won't have a significant affect on Google indexing. However, the closer the main page header is to the body tag, the more important it is perceived by search engines, and more likely that the page will come up in searches. Since

Re: [WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh
On 1 Jun 2005, at 10:46 am, Jan Brasna wrote: what specific, real-world problem could be solved by the use of display:inline-block? Anything where display: block + float: left is used at once (eg. navigation, definition list layouts etc Not really - remember that 'inline-block' remains an

Re: [WSG] inline-block support?

2005-05-31 Thread Jan Brasna
Not really - remember that 'inline-block' remains an *inline* element, Sure, sorry for not mentioning it. inline-block is not supported at all by IE 5.0 Win And Gecko AFAIK. BTW CSS3 has quite interesting display: ... capabilities. -- Jan Brasna aka JohnyB :: www.alphanumeric.cz |

Re: [WSG] Two questions: SEO document structure and font resizing

2005-05-31 Thread David Laakso
On Tue, 31 May 2005 20:58:49 -0400, Conversant Studios [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey there guys, I'll get straight to it - here's the site I'm referring to - http://www.travelinsurancecompared.com.au/ ... 2. Font resizing The navigation on the site is pretty locked in and I had to use absolute

[WSG] positioning problem in CSS nav roll-over

2005-05-31 Thread Cameron Muir
Hello, I'm trying to make CSS-based roll-over images for navigation, but I get a 1px difference between Firefox and IE. Because of the nature of the graphic - a horizontal line - it is quite noticeable. example here: http://quagma.net/testing/lakeside/contact.html (at the moment the #panels