[WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-28 Thread Chris Pearce
Hi, For a few years now I've been marking up a clients company logo as a h1. I just wanted to get an idea of how many people actually do this compared to using a html image tag? I believe a h1 is more semantically correct however I'd be interested in seeing what other people on this list

RE: [WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-29 Thread Chris Pearce
version as most clients aren't happy about showing plain text from the h1 as we all know that printing background images is turned off by default. From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Chris Pearce Sent: Wednesday, 28 May 2008 5:49 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG

RE: [WSG] Marking up multiple form inputs

2008-06-09 Thread Chris Pearce
columns and rows, then use a table. Jason On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 11:37 AM, Chris Pearce [EMAIL PROTECTED]mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Would the following layout be best marked up using a table: Column Header Column Header [label tag] [input tag] [input tag] [label tag

[WSG] Scaling a background image

2008-06-29 Thread Chris Pearce
Hi, Has anyone been able to successfully scale a CSS background image to the current window size? I've done some research via Google and it appears this can't be done purely with CSS (at least not yet), maybe some JavaScript? Thanks

RE: [WSG] Scaling a background image

2008-06-30 Thread Chris Pearce
at 12:05 PM, Joseph Ortenzi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would have though a simple CSS width:100%; , height:auto might do it? does it need to be a background and will it conflict with anything at different sizes? ? On Jun 30, 2008, at 05:15, dwain wrote: On 6/29/08, Chris Pearce [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [WSG] .NET sites which are XHTML 1.0 strict

2008-10-07 Thread Chris Pearce
I’m a front-end developer who works with a lot of .NET developers and one of the things that bugs me about .NET sites is the amount of JavaScript Visual Studio inserts under the main form tag: script type=text/javascript //![CDATA[ var theForm = document.forms['aspnetForm']; if (!theForm) {

RE: [WSG] IE7 CSS fix

2009-04-02 Thread Chris Pearce
Alex [ag...@inactu.co.uk] wrote: I don’t understand why anyone needs to hack anything. If you design to web standards and use a logical structure/layout with good use of floats or positioning, you can develop a page/layout that works in all browsers. It usually takes a bit of tweaking but it

Re: [WSG] AOL mail problems?

2012-06-15 Thread Chris Pearce
I'm sorry but how is this related to Web Standards? On Friday, June 15, 2012, Danny Vose wrote: ** What I meant was not for the customer to check his mail but for you to try and login through his dashboard. I dont like AOL but it wouldnt be the redirect to them thats causing it? I have been