Re: [WSG] Flash replace Javascript in Future?

2008-10-17 Thread Michael MD
I think you misunderstood the article big-time. It's saying that Flash 10 is planned to not support DHTML scripting access, which means you won't be able to control a flash video via Javascript. That just means that a lot of interfaces where Flash is *not* currently sufficient they introduce a

Re: [WSG] Flash replace Javascript in Future?

2008-10-17 Thread Michael MD
Read the story on that page carefully. What has happened is that flash 10 has increased restrictions over what features within the flash plugin can be invoked via javascript. This only applies to one specific feature (file uploads), and effects virtually no other flash features. It does not

Re: [WSG] Flash replace Javascript in Future?

2008-10-17 Thread Gareth Senior
Don¹t hold your breath for ogg support in all browsers. I imagine microsoft will be more interested in pushing silverlight than flash or ogg. Audio and video is a key front in the next generation of browser wars, so it won¹t be that simple. As you note, Flash offers some useful stuff that¹s not

Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend

2008-10-17 Thread Stuart Foulstone
Actually, the label tag wrapped around form input is the old traditional method. The for attribute method was introduced later to allow designers greater flexibility in positioning/styling forms whilst maintaining accessibility. On Fri, October 17, 2008 12:53 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thank

Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend

2008-10-17 Thread ox4dboy
- Original Message - From: Jason Grant [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Friday, October 17, 2008 4:51:46 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern Subject: Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend You should also be aware of the fact that for a

Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend

2008-10-17 Thread Jason Grant
You don't need the nested fieldset for styling, but for semantics and general better structure/meaning of your form. It so happens that you can also then style that section nicer if you need to. More bloated than it needs to be? Yes. Is it better to use a list instead of divs? Of course it is. As

Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend

2008-10-17 Thread tee
On Oct 17, 2008, at 9:50 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That's my next bone to pick, and why I really liked the label wrapper. I really dislike the idea of wrapping the label input in a div but I will likely have to for the exact point you have made. I need lots of flexibility but want

[WSG] Online WSG Mail Archive

2008-10-17 Thread Peter Mount
Hi Is the online wsg mail archive good enough to use instead of having all the emails sent to the email program? I've currently got well over 5000 emails in Mail on Leopard and I think that's too much. Is it easy to find things and maybe bookmark them on the online wsg mail archive?

Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend

2008-10-17 Thread Jason Grant
Boots.com is one of the most 'formsy' web sites out there. I suggest you sign up for it and try to see what has been done there. It's not bad and it will give insight into today's commercial needs from clients regarding forms. Hope that helps as a concrete example. Regards. On Fri, Oct 17, 2008

Re: [WSG] labels as input wrappers + h6 in place of legend

2008-10-17 Thread Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis
Stuart Foulstone wrote: Actually, the label tag wrapped around form input is the old traditional method. The for attribute method was introduced later to allow designers greater flexibility in positioning/styling forms whilst maintaining accessibility. Really? As far as I can tell looking at

[WSG] min-might question

2008-10-17 Thread tee
Maybe this is something impossible with CSS, still I hope I am wrong and hope someone who knows better than me able to tell me yes, it can be done. In a block where I have min-height declared, something like this: div class=box div class=set-minheightcontent here/div pa line