Hi Marvin Other people have commented on your code; I'll just add a few points on the content. Copyright page: the likelihood of the AFP prosecuting someone for breach of copyright is minuscule (particularly where we're talking about the content on a commercial site). Just state that the
On 4 Feb 2010, at 07:42, Joshua Street wrote: The validator does correctly parse as per the spec. The spec defines a way for vendor prefixes to exist without conflicting with anything in CSS, no more. This makes them part of the grammar, not the vocabulary, and the validator checks both.
Thanks Jayachandran! That definitely works but is there a way that it could keep the CSS off when the visitor leaves the page? Using a cookie maybe? Here is the page using your example: http://www.doetest.vi.virginia.gov/z_testing_area/kevin/test-css-off-fro m-wsg2.shtml Thank you, Kevin
Sorry. That question wasn't very clear. I meant when the visitor goes to other pages on the site I would like the CSS to remain off using a cookie. Do you have a way to do that? From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of
Hi I guess it's understand the consequences and use at your own risk. I doubt a vendor will change the spelling and if they do, I'm pretty sure they'd maintain BC by allowing both to work. Using the example of *-radius, the vendor differences are more to do with what the values selected will
Hi Kevin, I will let you know about the cookie technique soon :) On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Erickson, Kevin (DOE) kevin.erick...@doe.virginia.gov wrote: Thanks Jayachandran! That definitely works but is there a way that it could keep the CSS off when the visitor leaves the page?
At 2/4/2010 10:43 AM, Erickson, Kevin (DOE) wrote: Here is the page using your example: http://www.doetest.vi.virginia.gov/z_testing_area/kevin/test-css-off-from-wsg2.shtmlhttp://www.doetest.vi.virginia.gov/z_testing_area/kevin/test-css-off-from-wsg2.shtml I recommend that you give folks a
Hi all, I am having trouble with a contact form not displaying on a clients computer. They are running ie8 and the form displays then immediately disappears. I have given the table a class and CSS but still no luck. It appears to work in all other browsers.