Re: [WSG] Hanging indents

2008-03-21 Thread Stuart Foulstone
Perhaps you could try nested lists. On Fri, March 21, 2008 1:56 am, Elizabeth Spiegel wrote: Hi all I'm developing a site for a non-profit organisation and one page is their constitution. I'm trying to get the clauses to appear with a hanging indent as they currently do in the word

Re: [WSG] Hanging indents

2008-03-21 Thread Rob Kirton
Elizabeth I believe the solution Mike came up with to be a sound one. However maybe you should step back and think why this should be a web page at all. You are facing the great problem of trying to make the screen look like print. Something which drives most of us up the wall at some point.

[WSG] premature to test/worry new site for IE8?

2008-03-21 Thread tee
I am about to start coding for a new site, and client asked me to make sure my code will work for IE8, meaning when IE 8 comes out, she doesn't need to pay me extra to fix any problem that may occur in IE 8. Client is from a web media company, though I understand her concerns and that she

Re: [WSG] premature to test/worry new site for IE8?

2008-03-21 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
tee wrote: I am about to start coding for a new site, and client asked me to make sure my code will work for IE8, meaning when IE 8 comes out, she doesn't need to pay me extra to fix any problem that may occur in IE 8.Client is from a web media company, though I understand her concerns and

Re: [WSG] Safari 3.1 and webkit-border-radius

2008-03-21 Thread David Dorward
On 20 Mar 2008, at 19:34, Keryx Web wrote: tee skrev: I thought fieldset (with legend) are used only for form elements, I am curious why you would used it in your right column's content. A. It is valid. You may use it according to the DTD. Many things are valid. The DTD is not

Re: [WSG] premature to test/worry new site for IE8?

2008-03-21 Thread Andrew Maben
On Mar 21, 2008, at 6:52 AM, tee wrote: make sure my code will work for IE8... That's about as reasonable a request as booking a Caribbean cruise in hurricane season and asking the cruise company to guarantee fair weather... Andrew

Re: [WSG] Fieldsets outside of forms. Was: Safari 3.1 and webkit-border-radius

2008-03-21 Thread Keryx Web
David Dorward skrev: From the spec: The FIELDSET element allows authors to group thematically related controls and labels. --- As I said, I am no minimalist. And yes, I have read the spec. It does not forbid me to use fieldsets outside of forms. Specs use the language of MAY NOT, SHOULD,

Re: [WSG] premature to test/worry new site for IE8?

2008-03-21 Thread Thomas Thomassen
I've used conditional comments to serve tweak CSS files to older IE versions. When I tested IE8 on my sites they all looked fine and I didn't have to add a separate CSS file for it. That's quite a good sign for a beta version. (I'm using strict mode here so it triggered IE8's superstandard

Re: [WSG] Hanging indents

2008-03-21 Thread Alastair Campbell
The document could be made available for download as a PDF and also RTF (for accessibility purposes). Joe Clark pulled me up on this, and after checking into it, it is something of a myth that RTF is good for accessibility. RTF has no structure and (if I remember correctly) no means of

Re: [WSG] premature to test/worry new site for IE8?

2008-03-21 Thread Alastair Campbell
On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 10:52 AM, tee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Last time with IE 7, there was no problem and none of the sites I coded for her break when IE 7 came out. I think this version targeting thing really got people worry. Um, could you just not add the meta tag saying 'treat as

Re: [WSG] Hanging indents

2008-03-21 Thread Mike at Green-Beast.com
Hello Rob, facing the great problem of trying to make the screen look like print. Good point. I had that issue with a site I recently made. The client wanted every entry to look like it did in print. For example, the print version used uppercase headings. The client was adding this content

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest (Out-of-office)

2008-03-21 Thread Eleanor Tan
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Re: [WSG] Webstock recordings now available

2008-03-21 Thread Gonzalo González Mora
On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 5:31 PM, Mike Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://webstock.org.nz/past/recordings.php Enjoy! Mike *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe:

RE: [WSG] Webstock recordings now available

2008-03-21 Thread Conyers, Dwayne
Also Spracht Thierry Koblentz: On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 5:31 PM, Mike Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://webstock.org.nz/past/recordings.php Enjoy! Could anyone download these files? I couldn't download them either Overall access to the site seems slow. I figured I would try copying

[WSG] hCard microformat and phone numbers

2008-03-21 Thread Thierry Koblentz
I need to wrap phone numbers, what's the best way to go for this? [div class=phones] [span class=tel][span class=typeHome[/span] +1.415.555.1212[/span] [span class=tel][span class=typePager[/span] +1.415.555.1212[/span] [span class=tel][span class=typeOffice[/span] +1.415.555.1212[/span] [/div]

Re: [WSG] hCard microformat and phone numbers

2008-03-21 Thread akella
hi,the second one seems more strict to me. i think our microformats-philosophy is to make it as readable by bots as possible. IMHO: [span class=type]Office[/span][span class=value] +1.415.555.1212[/span] is simpler to parse than [span class=tel][span class=typeOffice[/span] +1.415.555.1212[/span]

Re: [WSG] Webstock recordings now available

2008-03-21 Thread E Michael Brandt
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RE: [WSG] hCard microformat and phone numbers

2008-03-21 Thread Thierry Koblentz
the second one seems more strict to me.  i think our microformats-philosophy is to make it as readable by bots as possible. IMHO:  [span class=type]Office[/span][span class=value] +1.415.555.1212[/span] is simpler to parse than  [span class=tel][span class=typeOffice[/span]

RE: [WSG] Webstock recordings now available

2008-03-21 Thread Dennis Lapcewich
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2008-03-21 Thread Dennis Lapcewich
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Re: [WSG] hello

2008-03-21 Thread willdonovan
I'd also add that the 'Web 2.0' as a word / phrase and phenomena is a way of describing the internet and new design concepts to those who make decisions on it but don't really have any idea about it. e.g. Marketing Managers whom have developers and designers telling them we need to do this