[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2009-01-02 Thread Alan C Whiteman
Kym, Everything looks perfectly fine on my end: Firefox 3 on Kubuntu Linux. My guess is that you are another victim of IE. Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862 ___ On Friday 02 January 2009 12:30:34 pm you wrote

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2009-01-10 Thread Alan C Whiteman
James and Matt -- Comments below. Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862 ___ On Saturday 10 January 2009 04:36:54 pm you wrote: * WEB STANDARDS GROUP MAIL LIST DIGEST

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2009-08-14 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
Try floating the divs also. Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862 On Friday 14 August 2009 10:47:59 you wrote: * WEB STANDARDS GROUP MAIL LIST DIGEST

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2010-01-07 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
The cheapest way is probably with Mozilla Thunderbird and a mail-merge plug-in. Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862 On Thursday 07 January 2010 18:10:44 you wrote: * WEB

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2010-01-23 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
This sounds like a job for button and Javascript. Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862 On Saturday 23 January 2010 16:02:39 you wrote: * WEB STANDARDS GROUP MAIL LIST DIGEST

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2010-05-03 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
Check for margin, padding, and image border. The box model in IE is treated differently from standards-compliant browsers. Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us On Monday 03 May 2010 08:34:39 you wrote

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2010-05-10 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
had enough common sense to discern the suspicious domain name from wsg assignments and not click on the link. Nevertheless, I'm a happy (and proud) Linux user. -- Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862

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2010-09-27 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join/unsubscribe.cfm Help: memberh...@webstandardsgroup.org ** try display:block; -- Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862

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2010-10-25 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
with the advent of Jquery. -- Alan C. Whiteman Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us (562) 305-2862 *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join

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2011-07-20 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
experience. It just sounds more efficient. So, yes, the modal form (no name) when JS is turned on, and the HTML form (again, no name) for when JS is off. To the user there is only one form. -- Regards ~ Alan C Whiteman| Visualis Web Design http://visualis.us | (562) 305-2862

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2011-11-03 Thread Alan C. Whiteman
** One possible solution would be to specify a relative width for the first div and a fixed width for the second div, plus add a min-width to the second one. -- Regards Alan C Whiteman | Visualis Web Design (562