Re: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

2008-04-22 Thread Сергей Кириченко
#wrapper { min-height:100%; } is not enough + * html #wrapper { height:100%; } html, body{ height:100%; } #footer { margin-top:-50px;/* margintop = -(this height)*/ } 2008/4/22, Kepler Gelotte [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I have problem with the footer of my website: www.awayback.com it is not

Re: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

2008-04-22 Thread Сергей Кириченко
#wrapper { min-height:100%; } is not enough + * html #wrapper { height:100%; } html, body{ height:100%; } #footer { margin-top:-50px;/* margintop = -(this height)*/ } and #wrapper around #mastheader, #container and #secinfo, but you'll have another problem - empty space between #secinfo

RE: [WSG] :: Footer not resting at bottom of page ::

2008-04-22 Thread Tim MacKay
Hi Amrinder, I would recommend this solution; it was given to me from a member of this list a few months ago and worked great. http://dusan.fora.si/blog/how-to-move-that-footer-to-the-bottom Best Regards, Tim From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of ??

RE: [WSG] Form best practice

2008-04-22 Thread Jens-Uwe Korff
Hi Jessica others, thank you very much for your contributions. This got me started really well. We're now entering the process of reviewing the guidelines we'd like to apply and some good and bad examples. Cheers, Jens The information contained in this e-mail message and any accompanying

[WSG] Daniel Beckitt is out of the office.

2008-04-22 Thread daniel . b . beckitt
I will be out of the office starting 22/04/2008 and will not return until 23/04/2008. I will respond to your message when I return. For urgent enquiries, please contact Bret Bearham on 3032 3466. *** WARNING: This e-mail

RE: [WSG] accessibility and brower compatibility for Kiosk mode?

2008-04-22 Thread michael.brockington
In a word, Yes. Some people will try and drag the 'thumb' of the bar, which as I mentioned last time may not be possible at all. Others will just try and use the up and down arrows, which could be painful for a long list, especially if the calibration of the touchscreen is at all problematic

[WSG] IE7 - content not displaying

2008-04-22 Thread Likely, James A.
Hello, I am in the process of coding some templates for a client. Of course, everything works well in Firefox, but IE7 is giving me some problems. The footer on the page is not appearing, but the space that it is meant to hold the footer is present. I know about the peek-a-boo effect for IE,

RE: [WSG] IE7 - content not displaying

2008-04-22 Thread EBS Admin
This is what you've got at the moment div class=clear-fix/div /div div id=page-footer-links ul id=footer-links lia href=null.html id=footer-first-linkWisconsin History Store/a/li lia href=null.htmlAbout Us/a/li lia href=null.htmlMedia Relations/a/li lia

RE: [WSG] IE7 - content not displaying

2008-04-22 Thread Darren Lovelock
Hi James, I'm not sure but it may be because of the extra /li's here: div id=idx-content-bottom ul class=lower01 li class=promo-section-01 img src=images/delete-lower.gif / h3Ask an Expert/h3 Need help? We can help answer your questions! a href=null.htmlSend us an

Re: [WSG] IE7 - content not displaying

2008-04-22 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Likely, James A. wrote: The footer on the page is not appearing, but the space that it is meant to hold the footer is present. I know about the peek-a-boo effect for IE, but this does not seem to be the case. Does any one have any suggestions on how to fix this? Example:

[WSG] h1 heading followed by h2 or introductory text?

2008-04-22 Thread kevin_erickson
Hello, I have a page where the content starts with an h1 heading, followed by introductory information and this information is followed by h2 headings and their content. Is this compliant with web standards to have and h1 and an h2 seperated by text or should the introductory text be prefaced

Re: [WSG] h1 heading followed by h2 or introductory text?

2008-04-22 Thread Ca Phun Ung
kevin_erickson wrote: Hello, I have a page where the content starts with an h1 heading, followed by introductory information and this information is followed by h2 headings and their content. Is this compliant with web standards to have and h1 and an h2 seperated by text or should the

RE: [WSG]

2008-04-22 Thread Jens-Uwe Korff
Hi Anat, there is no tool that fully automates the process - too many issues need manual inspection. However, for what can be automated and what needs to be reported back to a human reviewer we found TAW a good (and free) option. http://www.tawdis.net/taw3/cms/en (see right hand side for

Re: [WSG]

2008-04-22 Thread dwain
here's another tool for you. http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/adesigner/download hth, dwain On 4/22/08, Jens-Uwe Korff [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Anat, there is no tool that fully automates the process - too many issues need manual inspection. However, for what can be automated and

RE: [WSG]

2008-04-22 Thread Kepler Gelotte
Anyone know about a tool that automate the process of testing accessibility? any new good tool? One I like is: http://www.sidar.org/hera/index.php.en It is interactive and shows the area in question on your page. It has been around for a while though. Best regards, Kepler Gelotte Neighbor

[WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-22 Thread Casey Farrell
Hi, Does anyone know of a free form validation javascript that is reasonably accessible? I realise that no client-side validation will be completely accessible without a server-side backup, but are there any good ones out there? Thanks, Casey.

Re: [WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-22 Thread Matt Fellows
I humbly suggest my own: http://www.onegeek.com.au/articles/programming/javascript-form-validation.php:) Completely unobtrusive and requires only valid XHTML. If you have a little bit of JS knowledge you can easily extend the functionality. Cheers, Matt On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 1:38 PM, Casey

Re: [WSG] accessible client side form validation

2008-04-22 Thread tee
Yes, I second it, I implement it on a client's site and was very happy with until I found that it has problem in Safari 3.1 (552513) for the First Name, Last Name and Phone required fields - I had the fields entered correctly, but Safari kept telling me to 'correct the highlighted errors'.