Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-02 Thread Dave Lane
I'm sorry, Mark, but that is not a winning strategy in business. As a web developer, you *must* design for maintainability. Anything else is a disservice to both your business and your customer. The customer is not always right. The customer hires you because they perceive you to have

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-02 Thread Mark Harris
Dave Lane wrote: I'm sorry, Mark, but that is not a winning strategy in business. Dave, the business decision is not that of the web designer. While web design may be his business, it's not the business of his client. As a web developer, you *must* design for maintainability. Anything else

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-02 Thread Todd Budnikas
with respect to both sides here, I have had numerous clients come to me requesting Contribute as a solution. I would say the reason, in every case i believe, is the cost. It's a 1 time fee of $99. I imagine, that if you can offer something comparable or cheaper to them, they would appreciate the

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Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-02 Thread Dave Lane
Hello Mark, Mark Harris wrote: Dave, the business decision is not that of the web designer. While web design may be his business, it's not the business of his client. If it's not the decision of the web developer, then I don't expect that web developer to be around for long. As a web

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2008-11-02 Thread Karl Davidson
Hi, I'm currently on leave until the 17th of November. For New Zealand inquiries please contact Patrick FitzGerald (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) For Tasmanian / Support inquiries please contact either: Casey Farrell (Implementation) (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) Amanda Brown (Project

RE: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Vickery
Reiterating what Gerard said yesterday, my experience has also been that the code is as compliant as the template you designed for the page. I've implemented many contribute systems for clients and without exception they've found it easy to use and does everything that they want. Some of these

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2008-11-02 Thread Karl Davidson
Hi, I'm currently on leave until the 17th of November. For New Zealand inquiries please contact Patrick FitzGerald (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) For Tasmanian / Support inquiries please contact either: Casey Farrell (Implementation) (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) Amanda Brown (Project

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-02 Thread Joe Ortenzi
With respect Mark, Please do not misrepresent me. I did not say the client had to do it my way, to the contrary, I said in my post, in a portion you did not include, that the technology used must be derived from a business strategy and a needs scope of the site. To wit: The technology

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2008-11-02 Thread Karl Davidson
Hi, I'm currently on leave until the 17th of November. For New Zealand inquiries please contact Patrick FitzGerald (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) For Tasmanian / Support inquiries please contact either: Casey Farrell (Implementation) (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) Amanda Brown (Project

[WSG] button name present and some CSS issues

2008-11-02 Thread Taco Fleur
Hello all, I just published a site that has some strange behaviour. As far as I know, the name of a submit button (name=) is only passed on to the receiving end when that button is actually clicked. I've always worked that way, maybe I've always worked with input type=submit and now that I'm

RE: [WSG] button name present and some CSS issues

2008-11-02 Thread Thierry Koblentz
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Taco Fleur Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 6:09 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] button name present and some CSS issues Hello all,   I just published a site that has some strange behaviour.   As far as I know, the name

Re: [WSG] Standards and Adobe Contribute

2008-11-02 Thread Michael MD
On Sun, 2008-11-02 at 08:21 -0500, Todd Budnikas wrote: with respect to both sides here, I have had numerous clients come to me requesting Contribute as a solution. I would say the reason, in every case i believe, is the cost. It's a 1 time fee of $99. I imagine, that if you can offer