Re: [WSG] returning to scroll position in a table inside a fixed hight div

2009-06-14 Thread Andrew Stewart
On 15 Jun 2009, at 10:05, matt andrews wrote: Here's a number for you: when I added JS usage stats gathering about a year ago to a large site I was working on, I was quite surprised to find that 10% (rounded to the nearest percent) of unique users were not running Javascript. This was one of

Re: [WSG] functionality without JavaScript [WAS: returning to scroll position in a table inside a fixed hight div]

2009-06-15 Thread Andrew Stewart
I think the point is if you should be spending time developing something with a bad user experience that hardly anyone will use. Yes you could implement a spreadsheet app with tons of page requests, but the user experience would be so bad that people probably wouldn't want to use it. On

Re: [WSG] returning to scroll position in a table inside a fixed hight div

2009-06-15 Thread Andrew Stewart
enhancement, but I would be really interested if anyone knew of a site that failed because it didn't cater for users without JS or flash. On 15 Jun 2009, at 14:48, Paul Novitski wrote: At 6/14/2009 06:02 PM, Andrew Stewart wrote: If you can improve the user experience using JS (why else would

Re: [WSG] Outlook 2010

2009-06-24 Thread Andrew Stewart
hated the lack of cross-browser compatibility, but the issues with email clients are even worse - some don't support background images, or even css. Andy -- a...@universalsprout.com Andrew Stewart London :: +44(0)7900 245 789 Sydney :: +61(0)416 607 113 www.universalsprout.com

Re: [WSG] accessible free web hosting account

2009-06-25 Thread Andrew Stewart
mention that I am primarily a flex/flash developer creating very visual sites that I doubt would work at all with a screen reader. But unlike every flash/flex developer I have met, I am very interested in accessibility, SEO, and standards. Thanks, Andy -- a...@universalsprout.com Andrew

Re: [WSG] accessible free web hosting account

2009-06-25 Thread Andrew Stewart
Craig, thank you for your response, this is the kind of thing that I am after, however you did quote the most controversial part of me email without the following sentence that slightly moderated it. I do agree that having the web 100% accessible is the goal, but what is the best way of

Re: [WSG] Accessible websites (was: accessible free web hosting account)

2009-06-30 Thread Andrew Stewart
On 30 Jun 2009, at 16:46, Jens-Uwe Korff wrote: For an example of a high-contrast version may I suggest to check out the Sydney Morning Herald's Travel section (http://www.smh.com.au/travel/ ). Click on Low vision in the navigation bar (We're going to replace low vision with high contrast

Re: [WSG] The head of the document

2009-07-23 Thread Andrew Stewart
spend forming the correct keywords would be better spent improving the quality of your content. Andy -- a...@universalsprout.com Andrew Stewart London :: +44(0)7900 245 789 Sydney :: +61(0)416 607 113 www.universalsprout.com :: websites that sprout

Re: [WSG] Accessibility does not matter!

2010-01-31 Thread Andrew Stewart
people that should be concentrating on accessibility are people working on creating browsers and operating systems because they can really do something about it. Andy -- a...@universalsprout.com Andrew Stewart Sydney :: +61(0)416 607 113 London :: +44(0)7900 245 789

Re: [WSG] Accessibility does not matter!

2010-01-31 Thread Andrew Stewart
they are such a poor imitation of the full site, I don't think they really count. Yes they display the same information but not in a usable manner. Andy -- a...@universalsprout.com Andrew Stewart Sydney :: +61(0)416 607 113 London :: +44(0)7900 245 789 www.universalsprout.com :: websites

Re: [WSG] Accessibility does not matter!

2010-01-31 Thread Andrew Stewart
Sorry to ask again, but please explain how the site could be made accessible whilst maintaining the same ease of use? On 1 Feb 2010, at 10:31, Thierry Koblentz wrote: From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Andrew Stewart Sent: Sunday, January 31

Re: [WSG] IE6 Finally Nearing Extinction [STATS]

2010-06-11 Thread Andrew Stewart
Mike, Thanks for this, whilst the sites I manage are pretty low-traffic, I too have been seeing IE6 traffic of about 10-15%. By mentioning shoppers I guess you are running an e-commerce site. I would be very interested to know how your revenue is split across browsers. It seems that IE6

Re: [WSG] IE6 Finally Nearing Extinction [STATS]

2010-06-14 Thread Andrew Stewart
] On Behalf Of Andrew Stewart Sent: 11 June 2010 13:16 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] IE6 Finally Nearing Extinction [STATS] Mike, Thanks for this, whilst the sites I manage are pretty low-traffic, I too have been seeing IE6 traffic of about 10-15%. By mentioning shoppers I guess you

Re: [WSG] disallow IE6 to load the main style sheet

2010-12-18 Thread Andrew Stewart
Is there a js file somewhere that would allow me to just insert the following into my pages: !--[if lte IE 6]!-- script type=text/javascript src=http://cdn.domain.com/ie6.js;/script !--![endif]-- It would then pop up a warning to the user (but only once per session) that their browser was out