[WSG] expandable menu

2009-12-01 Thread Nancy Johnson
Hi I have a question on Expandable menus. I am working on a rather large site, which html and CSS were delivered along with some minimal jquery. Our task is to put a Vignette CMS behind it and am working with Vignette Developers. There is a vertical left-hand navigation the only the CSS was

Re: [WSG] expandable menu

2009-12-01 Thread Al Sparber
From: Nancy Johnson njohnso...@gmail.com I have a question on Expandable menus. I am working on a rather large site, which html and CSS were delivered along with some minimal jquery. Our task is to put a Vignette CMS behind it and am working with Vignette Developers. There is a vertical

[WSG] developing a web strategy...

2009-12-01 Thread Andrew Harris
I suppose this is a bit off topic*, please bear with me, I make a habit of these oddball requests. We are (finally) looking to develop a new and comprehensive web strategy for our large and diverse university (unimelb). One immediate proviso is that the strategy should be developed by someone

Re: [WSG] developing a web strategy...

2009-12-01 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
On 02/12/2009 00:43, Andrew Harris wrote: * obviously, a web strategy will include, at some point, a discussion of web standards, so there's the tie-in! At the risk of taking this even further off topic: maybe it's just a question of bad nomenclature, but web strategies are a broad term that

Re: [WSG] developing a web strategy...

2009-12-01 Thread Nathanael Boehm
Hi Andrew, Just to clarify, considering that there are probably quite a few consultants and agencies on this mailing list who would be interested in this work - are you ok with them recommending themselves or submitting proposals etc? What are you wanting out of this process? Cheers, Nathanael

Re: [WSG] developing a web strategy...

2009-12-01 Thread Andrew Harris
Yes, people are welcome to recommend themselves, however this is a big organisation and it's going to be one hell of a piece of work. Individuals are unlikely to get a call - established companies with a track record are what we are looking for. It's just not one of those things you can look up in