Firstly I have no argument for you to give your customer.
Having a new window is not like having windows pop up automatically. If
there is a requirement for the content to be displayed in a new window
then why use a different doc type for that one page?
Now when I mention requirement' I
Michael Horowitz wrote:
At http://theatomicconservative.typepad.com/ when I click on any of my
links the text at Subscribe to this blog's feed turns red (which is
the color is should change to when clicked.
It's not doing it here - FF 188.8.131.52 or IE 6.0.
Nick Roper wrote:
We have been asked by a client whether it is possible to any extent to
prevent/deter users from copying content from a particular web page.
Apart from putting copyright information on it and relying on visitors
integrity to not plagiarize it there is not a great deal
I see this warning often when using the W3C validator and figured I must
be doing something wrong, but as it is a warning I never bothered
looking into it.
Now I've seen it on the results from this site so it has roused my
Can some explain to me why this is occurring and
Joe Ortenzi wrote:
which site is the this site that is showing you the message:
Conflict between Mime Type and Document Type
My apologies. In my haste before the Hail storm hit I sent this off
without the URL.
Michael Horowitz provided the following information on 25/02/2008 9:22 AM:
I fixed that and the problem is still occurring. Also put the = in
after the for
It doesn't appear that you have uploaded it then.
I tested your code with and without the change. Post change it works as
Tim MacKay provided the following information on 27/03/2008 4:37 PM:
My question is about embedding Flash on html pages (just certain
elements -- not talking about full flash sites). I always get errors
from HTML Tidy and the validator about the object and embed tags,
Sounds more like a web design issue rather than a web standards issue.
Maybe it should be taken to a web design list.
Laert Jansen provided the following information on
Probably best to send this to Member help rather than to the list.
kate provided the following information on 28/04/2008 5:36 AM:
Hi I just got an e-mail from:
We mainly sell electrical product .
such as digital cameras,
James Jeffery provided the following information on 30/04/2008 12:27 AM:
that will mean that users without CSS will get a bunch of images in a list
You have users that block CSS??
I have never come across that. Can you give an instance as to where and
why you would cater for these visitors?
Tom Livingston provided the following information on 28/05/2008 3:26 AM:
Can anyone give me a clear example/explanation of the difference
between the alt attribute and the title attribute? How about a real
'attributes for dummies' reference?? The difference seems very slight
kate provided the following information on 28/05/2008 5:21 AM:
The alt tag which is'nt really the right discription is really called
the attribute tag.
Patrick H. Lauke also provided the following information on 28/05/2008
or...the alt attribute, if you want to correct
kevin_erickson provided the following information on 18/06/2008 6:55 AM:
I am looking for advice on if the best way to code for special characters is to
use the actual character or the attribute value or the alt code?
i.e. for the ampersand should one use or amp;? Does it matter? I know
bill kroon provided the following information on 1/07/2008 2:27 PM:
Hey all im trying to make what i though was a rather simple site. All
is going well until now, i have this annoying gap under the nav bar
and i cant seem to see what causing it. Im hopeing its something and
a fresh pair of eyes
The* Portable Document Format (PDF)*, undeniably one of the most
commonly used formats for electronic documents, is now accessible as
an ISO International Standard - ISO 32000-1.
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