RE: [WSG] Dreamweaver8

2008-04-07 Thread michael.brockington
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] one thing I miss about dreamweaver is that you can do a 'search all' and get a list of all instances of the thing you are searching for rather than cycling through a 'find...find...find...' list. So far it's the only program I've used that

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver8

2008-04-07 Thread Adam Martin
as does zend studio :) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] one thing I miss about dreamweaver is that you can do a 'search all' and get a list of all instances of the thing you are searching for rather than cycling through a

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver8

2008-04-07 Thread Jason Pruim
On Apr 7, 2008, at 7:39 AM, Adam Martin wrote: as does zend studio :) XCode as well for all of you on a Mac :) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] one thing I miss about dreamweaver is that you can do a 'search all' and get a list of all

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver8

2008-04-07 Thread John Hancock
Please, please, please everyone. Discuss web standards on the web standards group mailing list, and my text/WYSIWY editor is better than yours on the HTML Editors mailing list... If there isn't one, feel free to set it up. thanks, Grumpy John.

Re: [WSG] Rogue text appears in IE6.

2008-04-07 Thread Mordechai Peller
Ted Drake wrote: Removing comments from source code is a really bad idea for best practices. Other people may have to work on your site and it’s a pain to reverse-engineer code. Without a doubt, comments are good in any non-trivial *source code*, but that doesn't mean they should be served to

[WSG] [article] How-to fix the ABBR element in IE lt 7

2008-04-07 Thread Thierry Koblentz
I'd appreciate any comment that would help me improve this article: http://tjkdesign.com/articles/how-to_fix_the_ABBR_element.asp Thanks -- Regards, Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com *** List Guidelines:

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver8

2008-04-07 Thread Michael Horowitz
Actually a good part of a discussion is what editors best facilitate coding in standards. I think we need to focus the discussion on that facet. Michael Horowitz Your Computer Consultant http://yourcomputerconsultant.com 561-394-9079 John Hancock wrote: Please, please, please everyone.

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2008-04-07 Thread Delilah Hinman
You could also try out Nvu (http://nvu.com), which is a free WYSIWYG editor. Just a thought. *;; Delilah Hinman Viere Media . com http://viemedia.com On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 5:48 AM, wsg@webstandardsgroup.org wrote: *

RE: [WSG] Review Accessability Of My Site

2008-04-07 Thread Elizabeth Spiegel
Hi Marvin Just a quick check: - With images off, the contrast between text and background is very low. - Text on a patterned background is relatively difficult to read - not specifically for blind/vision-impaired. - In IE6, large text overlaps - line height is insufficient as you have set the

[WSG] Multiple devices, same client

2008-04-07 Thread Joe Ortenzi
Attention London Standardistas! Once again, I will be hosting a Web Standards Meetup London at the Print Works, in Farringdon. Tonight, Tuesday at 7 PM. More detail at: http://webstandards.meetup.com/130/calendar/ Rough agenda for the day: While we are keen to support the latest browsers