[WSG] A Little CSS Help

2003-12-03 Thread Chris Stratford
alternative How do I fix that? I dont know what it means, how does one offer a generic family? Thanks in advance! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] Another go at CSS layout

2003-12-13 Thread Chris Stratford
I am no expert in this... But perhaps you need to add: clear: none; to the calendar CSS code... from what I understand, that will allow any other DIV's to pass through it... So it will float left, and can have the background over lapping it? Original Message Follows From: Taco Fleur

[WSG] CSS Tables - Thanks

2003-12-14 Thread Chris Stratford
tables are very verbose and there is a lot of wasted text, here all I have is some Divs and Classes No more tabletrtd etc I'm very proud of that effort there J Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] CSS Tables...

2003-12-14 Thread Chris Stratford
to give it up right now. http://www.neester.com/media/admin.jpg That's the screenshot there. Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.neester.com -Original Message- From: James Ellis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, 15

RE: [WSG] CSS Tables...

2003-12-14 Thread Chris Stratford
Sorry 4 the second email. But if you want to load the admin up on your PC: www.neester.com/administration.php user: test pass: test you wont have any user rights at the moment. I may allow some right later on for the test account. Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED

[WSG] Thanks Russ!

2003-12-15 Thread Chris Stratford
! [btw if you cannot see where it is from the screenshot, look for the yellow part] Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] Site Issues

2003-12-16 Thread Chris Stratford
Title: FW: [WSG] Site Issues Its because a few users who signed up, or false sign ups are getting bounced, and the return mail are going to the list! L Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -Original Message

RE: [WSG] Validated (OT)

2003-12-21 Thread Chris Stratford
:) Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -Original Message- From: Taco Fleur [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, 22 December 2003 10:56 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [WSG] Validated [Virus checkedAU] You are absolutely

RE: [WSG] Need Assistance...

2004-01-03 Thread Chris Stratford
and close all the P tags... thanks for that. I will write back and let you know how its going! Cheers! THANKS FOR THE GREAT HELP! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Rob Halff [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: [WSG] good coding app

2004-01-08 Thread Chris Stratford
! And it also allows you to save a PROJECT - which simply is a bunch of files (you get a menu on the side to browse your project)... Its very good! my favourite at the moment! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original

RE: [WSG] good coding app

2004-01-09 Thread Chris Stratford
SourceEdit does that too... I still find the best part about sourceedit is the Project management, and the way you can define languages and make your own syntax etc... Very professional application! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] Problems getting Mozilla to like Floats

2004-01-09 Thread Chris Stratford
Wow that actually crashed my IE? Thats never happened before I opened it, and it crashed! lol My mozilla displayed it fine tho Except your navigation up top didnt work for either (from what I saw in IE before it crashed) - Chris Stratford [EMAIL

RE: [WSG] good coding app

2004-01-13 Thread Chris Stratford
Its not free Its an evaluation version?? - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Colm Walsh [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, January 09, 2004 11:48 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [WSG] ordered list for events

2004-01-13 Thread Chris Stratford
and running! What you think?? - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: James Ellis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 4:57 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] ordered

RE: [WSG] ordered list for events

2004-01-14 Thread Chris Stratford
That is border collapse. The borders appear the way they are because they are not table borders, but BLOCKS of text with borders. Thats how the a tag changes on mouse over without _javascript_. And it appears to be the whole table cell - Chris Stratford

RE: [WSG] OT: damn I feel old

2004-01-19 Thread Chris Stratford
I just turned 18 in November... :) - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Miles Tillinger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, January 19, 2004 4:13 PM To: Web Standards Group (E-mail

RE: [WSG] What Causes Selection Problems In IE.

2004-01-29 Thread Chris Stratford
A really! Thats what it was, ok thanks! That fixed the head problem, now I know why... Can I get around that? Anyway possible? It needs to be absolute - because of the table look it has now... Thanks! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] What Causes Selection Problems In IE.

2004-01-29 Thread Chris Stratford
Title: RE: [WSG] What Causes Selection Problems In IE. What build of IE6 you got? I have Internet Explorer: 6.00.2800.1276 And I cant select anything on that page Or mine! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] What Causes Selection Problems In IE.

2004-01-30 Thread Chris Stratford
! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Robert Moser [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 6:16 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] What Causes Selection Problems In IE. Chris

[WSG] Stupid BORDER Problem!

2004-01-31 Thread Chris Stratford
I havnt tested with other browsers but in IE6 it doesnt work Now, without adding any content above or below that LINK can I fix that problem? Or is it something we all must live with? Thanks! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -

RE: [WSG] Stupid BORDER Problem!

2004-01-31 Thread Chris Stratford
that extra 2 pixels of space on the top or bottom. Good luck Chris. Chris Stratford wrote: Hey everyone! Just a problem with IE again, and wondering if there are any ways around it You may or may not have experience this. When you have a link, and you are styling it; Say like

RE: [WSG] Opera bug?

2004-02-01 Thread Chris Stratford
When I use anchors like that I use:: a name=top then to jump there, I use: a href=#topTOP/a :) hope that helps... - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Luc [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [WSG] Flowchart using CSS

2004-02-02 Thread Chris Stratford
- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Justin French [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 11:21 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Flowchart using CSS On Tuesday

RE: [WSG] Programmer's Challenge [Virus checkedAU]

2004-02-02 Thread Chris Stratford
... - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Justin French [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 4:12 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Programmer's Challenge [Virus checkedAU

[WSG] Ok - Stupid Question

2004-02-07 Thread Chris Stratford
on Tacos page, but couldnt find anything that helped me Sorry for the stupid questions - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -

RE: [WSG] Ok - Stupid Question

2004-02-07 Thread Chris Stratford
, Float: center would be a lot! Simpler! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Lea de Groot [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 12:22 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re

[WSG] XHTML (OT??)

2004-02-07 Thread Chris Stratford
thats the error I get! So I cannot have: target=_blank on the a tag! L Please Help! - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -

[WSG] XHTML...

2004-02-07 Thread Chris Stratford
Sorry I hope your not going to tell me, I will need this hack: a href=http://www.link.url onclick=window.open(this.href);return false;Link/a - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -

RE: [WSG] Ok - Stupid Question

2004-02-07 Thread Chris Stratford
Lol - yeah I thought it didn't look right... :) I coded that last night at 2 am - well around then That's my excuse anyway. - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Tim Lucas [mailto

RE: Opening pages in new windows... was Re: [WSG] XHTML (OT??)

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
in a myriad of of links and popups, they will forget there name - let alone your website. That's why all offsite links are new window links. :) - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Michael Zeltner

RE: Opening pages in new windows... was Re: [WSG] XHTML (OT??)

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
for business (corporate). - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: scott parsons [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 11:15 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Opening

[WSG] W3C VALIDATORS

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
the Processing it would require is way too much but its an idea! What do you think - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com -

RE: Opening pages in new windows... was Re: [WSG] XHTML (OT??)

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
That F2 Example (https://f2members.f2.com.au/f2Reg/f2members/join.do) - they could have used a hidden DIV to display that information too... It would have proved neat - and very technically savy. :) - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com

RE: [WSG] Spot the Error

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
with that... Maybe it's my browser tho - maybe my IE version is just a crap one... But... FireBird is perfect! I haven't been able to test other browsers... - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Lindsay

RE: [WSG] W3C VALIDATORS

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
.org/check?uri=$HTTP_REFERER ,r); while ($line=fgets($fd,1000)) { $alltext .= $line; } fclose ($fd); if (strpos($alltext, 'h2 id=result class=valid')) { header(Location: TICK.JPG); }else{ header(Location: CROSS.JPG); } ? - Chris Stratford [EMAIL

RE: [WSG] W3C VALIDATORS

2004-02-08 Thread Chris Stratford
Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Chris Stratford [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 12:51 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [WSG] W3C VALIDATORS Hey Beau, Well to code it in PHP would

RE: [WSG] code for a form

2004-02-09 Thread Chris Stratford
Contact me privately and I can help you... I can do it in PHP... - Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com - -Original Message- From: Universal Head [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 6:02 PM

[WSG] FireFox - OT.. Sorry - reply off list

2004-02-09 Thread Chris Stratford
Sorry its OT I know. Just wondering if anyone gets the error in the new FireFix: Error Launching Browser Window: No XBL Binding For Window How can I resolve this issue? Sorry again for the OT post please reply to me Off List - Chris Stratford

Re: [WSG] FireFox - OT.. Sorry - reply off list

2004-02-10 Thread Chris Stratford
- please reply to me Off List. - Chris Stratford mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.neester.com http://www.neester.com/ - * The discussion list for http

[WSG] Problem Validating CSS

2004-02-10 Thread Chris Stratford
the CSS Validate, but the XHTML does... Thanks for any help! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

Re: [WSG] Problem Validating CSS

2004-02-10 Thread Chris Stratford
Thats great thanks! :) There are a whole bunch of PHP tags available to use... Thanks for that tho :) Your advice has helped me a lot :D cheers Pete! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Peter Firminger wrote: It's good practice to do it for (amp;) and "

Re: [WSG] FireFox

2004-02-11 Thread Chris Stratford
WEB DEVELOPER TOOL BAR... its a MUST HAVE! its just totally awesome, you can do everything you need! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Vaska.WSG wrote: I don't know if this is common knowledge, but I haven't seen anybody mention this - if this has been reported before

[WSG] Might Find This Interesting...

2004-02-12 Thread Chris Stratford
the links dont work - but clicking them still set the links pseudoclass to visited... tell me how it looks! cheers! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

Re: [WSG] Image MAP Not Working In FireFox...

2004-02-15 Thread Chris Stratford
Hey Russ, Sorry you got the links the wrong way round... www.australianliquidators.com is the old website... i am redesigning it here: http://ausliq.neester.com its not working there... you scared me for a second... my XHTML is valid :P hehehe Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http

Re: [WSG] Image MAP Not Working In FireFox...

2004-02-15 Thread Chris Stratford
Ahhh Thanks James, I thought i read somewhere that XHTML has removed the use of the NAME attribute... ?? It still validates! So I assume its all good now :) Cheers! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com James Silva wrote: Hi Chris, Adding a name attribute to your

Re: [WSG] CSS Rules - Naming Conventions

2004-02-15 Thread Chris Stratford
I use: id="container" id="header" id="navigation" id="content" id="footer" id="clear" as basic layout styling IDs Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Peter Ottery wrote: RE: [WSG] CSS Rules - Namin

Re: [WSG] bit of help needed !

2004-02-16 Thread Chris Stratford
In Both IE6 and FIREFOX.. it looks like the borders are hanging over a good 5 to 10 pixels... - its probably the padding pushing it over... im not too sure - just letting you know.. i bet its that box model problem Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Universal

[WSG] Aural Property in CSS2???

2004-02-18 Thread Chris Stratford
this true? I tested it out and i couldnt get it to work... So I am assuming its not implemented yet... Thanks! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

Re: [WSG] IE bug

2004-02-20 Thread Chris Stratford
Is that why when you close a form /form it leaves a gap... that ALWAYS annoyed me sooo much! Its only in IE - well as far as i know... Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com russ weakley wrote: Michael, Haven't looked but it may be a simple Win/IE6 carriage return bug

[WSG] A Little Off Topic - But A Real Question...

2004-02-21 Thread Chris Stratford
ow that IE usese Mozialla 4.0 etc... but i mean, why did IE need to change its rendering system? why It would solve ALL the problems! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

[WSG] A Little Off Topic - But A Real Question...

2004-02-21 Thread Chris Stratford
ow that IE usese Mozialla 4.0 etc... but i mean, why did IE need to change its rendering system? why It would solve ALL the problems! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandard

[WSG] Overflow... Help!

2004-02-27 Thread Chris Stratford
set: overflow: visible; then it works in IE, but not in Moz... how can I get a minimum height working? I know its been discussed before, I tried looking for a few links, but it became too tedious... please if you can - send me a link or advice! Thanks everyone! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL

[WSG] Overflow... Help!

2004-02-27 Thread Chris Stratford
BTW - I have this link, but im not sure how to imlement it... and I would prefer not to use "hacks" to get it working... thanks http://www.greywyvern.com/code/min-height-hack.html -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.n

Re: [WSG] Overflow... Help!

2004-02-27 Thread Chris Stratford
Hey James, I want the information to flow on the page, not need scrolling... I want it to display on mozilla - how it displays now in IE... but Mozilla cut from the 400px ... and then everything is chucked on top of the footer... Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com

[WSG] Coding Standard...

2004-02-28 Thread Chris Stratford
you like, and dont like. It will be interesting to see what your opinions are! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

Re: [WSG] Coding Standard...

2004-02-28 Thread Chris Stratford
Up Method -vs- Goofy Method) Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Neerav wrote: Properly lined up is better IMHO div.row span.left { float: left; text-align: left; font-weight: bold; color: #fff; width: 49%; } is much easier to work with espec

Re: [WSG] Coding Standard...

2004-02-28 Thread Chris Stratford
... That link was very interesting... I didnt realise there were so many "methods"... well im in with the BSD method :) thanks for that james! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com James Ellis wrote: Chris We had a chat about this over at sydney.ug.php.net an

Re: [WSG] Coding Standard...

2004-02-28 Thread Chris Stratford
I said MOST people, because on teh website that James sent over. They say that thy have conducted Polls etc... And found that the most common is the BSD method... :) Thats where I got it from :) Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Sean A Corfield wrote: On Feb 28

Re: [WSG] Coding Standard...

2004-02-28 Thread Chris Stratford
LOL Yeah? Im all for TAB indentation (I set my tabs to be a width of 4 Spaces) :) Tabs are more definable, I use SOURCEEDIT... And when I turn on the SHOW WHITESPACE, all the Dots as spaces are very irritating... :P Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Ben Bishop

[WSG] Weird Problem...

2004-03-06 Thread Chris Stratford
to make the opening text (before the hr) push the content below the "dent" area... :) Cheers! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

[WSG] Alexa - Bot

2004-03-09 Thread Chris Stratford
parse my script save to dbase... Please use it in moderation, its on my personal server... I recommend using crontab and setting it up to run once a week or once a fortnight... Hope you enjoy it! :) Cheers! BTW Any suggestions for it? [Sorry for the OT post] -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [WSG] Alexa - Bot

2004-03-09 Thread Chris Stratford
service... :) So yeah - enjoy! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Chris Stratford wrote: Hey WSG, A little OT. But since we are all web devs i thought this would interest a lot of you. I have made a script up, where you can log your Alexa ranking, speed, up/down

Re: [WSG] XHTML: 1.0 transitional-1.0 strict-1.1

2004-03-21 Thread Chris Stratford
One thing i just noticed about W3Schools... http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_a.asp It states: Differences Between HTML and XHTML NONE but as we all know - XHTML doesnt allow the TARGET attribute... Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Peter Firminger wrote

[WSG] What do you think?

2004-03-30 Thread Chris Stratford
? I had to use a sort of hack to get around some parts. And PHP is needed to know which is the active tab etc... let me know what you think! cheers! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] What do you think?

2004-03-30 Thread Chris Stratford
I dont know what you mean by that? but yeah. the tabs are seperated only with a margin... but i tested it out on IECapture and ICapture and it looks great on them all so far! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Tonico Strasser wrote: Chris Stratford wrote: Hey

Re: [WSG] target=_blank substitute

2004-04-18 Thread Chris Stratford
CB2 Wow thanks for that GREAT link! As soon as I read how to pull it all off, I set it up on my site! www.neester.com/tdir Looks the same, works teh same, validates the same... but it validates with target="_blank" thanks a lot! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.n

[WSG] XHTML Form + Label - Errors

2004-04-19 Thread Chris Stratford
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Re: [WSG] XHTML Form + Label - Errors

2004-04-19 Thread Chris Stratford
I made it 1.01 because I added the Target Module. :) Mark - thanks I will give that a shot now! :) Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Robert Reed wrote: Hi Chris, I think you need to use the fieldset tag around your labels and input fields. Also

Re: [WSG] XHTML Form + Label - Errors

2004-04-19 Thread Chris Stratford
odule... I just havent worked out where you find out, how to add it all... because the above string confuses me... :) thanks everyone! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Mark Stanton wrote: Hey Chris The DTD says: !ELEMENT form %form.content; So form can only contain

Re: [WSG] XHTML Form + Label - Errors

2004-04-19 Thread Chris Stratford
Ahh Mark, Thanks your idea worked, I just did it wrong! Thanks a lot! :) Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Mark Stanton wrote: Ok It didnt work because I have a textarea Which isnt allowed. What do you mean its not allowed? Why is it not legal

[WSG] Great Shorthand List

2004-04-21 Thread Chris Stratford
of the week! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list & getting help *

[WSG] I am having a problem...

2004-04-21 Thread Chris Stratford
there... until you hover over it again... Its not the fact that its the last tab... because I have added more tabs... I have changed the wording everything! eg. changed CONTACT - to Talk To Me Anything I do wont fix it... Its veryyy frustrating. Please help me before I go bald -- Chris Stratford

Re: [WSG] I am having a problem...

2004-04-21 Thread Chris Stratford
... withouth havint to add a span... Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Chris Stratford wrote: Ok my CSS Tabs are GREAT... Thanks for all the help you have given me (everyone!) one problem... www.neester.com/contact.php navigate around... then goto CONTACT

Re: [WSG] I am having a problem... Tab (li) width

2004-04-21 Thread Chris Stratford
... I have styled the a tag to be the tab, not the li so when i hover it changes appearance... would making the LI a fixed witdth work? And also - the LI is display: inline, and I have never seen widths set to inline elements before... some things i just dont get! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED

[WSG] IE no padding?

2004-04-22 Thread Chris Stratford
... -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list & getting help *

Re: [WSG] IE no padding?

2004-04-22 Thread Chris Stratford
Ok sorry guys. scrap that... I just changed my method... Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Chris Stratford wrote: Hey WSG... This STUPID bug with IE... why dont I see any padding for the content here: www.vipclubs.net i have padding on the content

[WSG] Submit Buttons - dont fall in with other input elements...

2004-04-23 Thread Chris Stratford
Why is it that input type="submit" buttons are larger than type="text" inputs... even when you set their fonts the same, the padding the same, the margins the same??? is there anything written about this? thanks! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Ht

Re: [WSG] Submit Buttons - dont fall in with other input elements...

2004-04-23 Thread Chris Stratford
Aww thanks :) Yeah i thought so.. I was just hoping a submit button has default padding or something i wasnt sure about... i cant check what you meant because i dont have safari :) (or a mac) but i will take your word for it :D Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com

[WSG] Remove Aaron@TheOneToGoTo.Com...

2004-05-14 Thread Chris Stratford
Can this guy get removed from the list?? What is the deal with these ANNOYING auto reposponders... Just sounds like its a bot... :o [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is an autoresponder. I'll never see your message. * The discussion list

[WSG] CSS: writing-mode

2004-05-02 Thread Chris Stratford
- or have any info about this? Thanks! -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list

Re: [WSG] CSS: writing-mode

2004-05-02 Thread Chris Stratford
friends suggestion?? Thanks! Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Patrick Griffiths wrote: It uses the CSS attribute: writing-mode I havent heard, or seen this before... where did it come from? anyone know - or have any info about this? It's

Re: [WSG] identical sites, different servers, display differently??

2004-05-02 Thread Chris Stratford
Both work perfectly here! try clearing you cache, deleting temp internet files etc... maybe your ISP is cacheing it also...?? Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com Mariusz Stankiewicz wrote: I'm a bit confused right now... Its killing me I have the same site, 1 page

Re: [WSG] CSS: writing-mode / MS runs W3C?

2004-05-03 Thread Chris Stratford
ecause its not supported... The best example I can think is: :focus I use it all teh time... and people dont see it... although I have heard clients go nuts over a _javascript_ hack which does just what focus does... Now if IE supported the standards... life would be a lot easier! Chris Stratf

Re: [WSG] The joys of list management

2004-05-15 Thread Chris Stratford
Personally I think your system is perfect Russ... I dont mind the traffic, its not a bother, I can filter topics that I have no idea about... And I can read through ones I love... Its just - the AutoReponders are KILLERS... Would it be possible to - not ban people, but temporarily suspend

[WSG] Mozilla - Dont You Just Love It?

2004-05-16 Thread Chris Stratford
markups are going to contain something simiar to this *GREAT* mozilla perk. Cheers! Chris Stratford * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list

Re: [WSG] Mozilla - Dont You Just Love It?

2004-05-16 Thread Chris Stratford
WOW, thanks heaps. What a great read! Does anyone know what the next IE (in the next XP service pack) will support? I bet it wont support this, but 10,000,000 non standard, useless mods... :o Philippe Wittenbergh wrote: On May 16, 2004, at 10:54 pm, Chris Stratford wrote: I

[WSG] Amaya ---- Piece Of Crap...

2004-04-26 Thread Chris Stratford
Hey Everyone... Is it just me, or is the Amaya validator a piece of junk?? Does anyone here use it at alll??? more info here: http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/BinDist.html Cheers -- Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://www.neester.com

Re: [WSG] FireFox not playing with Height:Auto

2004-05-18 Thread Chris Stratford
Hey, there is no CLEAR: ALL method... http://www.w3schools.com/css/pr_class_clear.asp I think you mean: CLEAR: BOTH... Mark Harwood WebMail wrote: Good morning People, Im Just having a mess around on a site, but for sum reason Firefox does not want to work with height:auto on a

[WSG] Clear Styles?

2004-05-21 Thread Chris Stratford
I dont know, but is there a way to hide all styles from a div what I have is - an admin page, where the owner can enter text into a TEXTAREA And click PREVIEW and it will load it into a DIV below the TEXTAREA. I dont want any of the styles to "cascade" down into this area... Is there

Re: [WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-05 Thread Chris Stratford
appreciate! Thanks very much! - Chris Stratford Kay Smoljak wrote: Chris Stratford [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: To knuckle down and get to the point - Do I use webstandards and efficent coding to make the website... Or do I use Flash, Verbose Table Layouts, Lots of Images Animations

Re: [WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-05 Thread Chris Stratford
y can have alot more interactive with the site. A guestbook would be excellent aswell. runnnig off a db accessed both by the interactive area and the xhtml css area. Camz - Original Message - From: Chris Stratford To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, Jun

Re: [WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-05 Thread Chris Stratford
I know what you mean about the "I'll take the embed tag" - I can relate there, so much effort for such a small validation. I would rather just not have my footer with: "STANDARDS COMPLIANT" on that one page... LoL... thanks for the input! cheers! Chris Stratford Sean M.

Re: [WSG] Help with IE 6

2004-06-07 Thread Chris Stratford
in similar situations, and the width: 100% was the same issue. And removing it - caused what I described above to happen... :) Cheers Chris Stratford Ryan Christie wrote: Amit Karmakar wrote: The site: http://www.maysvillerotary.org CSS: http://www.maysvillerotary.org/assets/styles

Re: [WSG] Standard Hacks?

2004-06-09 Thread Chris Stratford
they are not needed. That list would become abused - well thats a guess - by newbies to XHTML and CSS... and it would lead to the same issues we have now - with inaccessability and validation. my 2 cents, chris stratford J4Web wrote: Hello I have been reading this list for a few weeks and am

Re: [WSG] How to Make Your Web Site Work with Windows XP Service Pack 2

2004-06-09 Thread Chris Stratford
or two with some help for you! If anyone has, will or wants to do this, please keep us up to date on what you notice has changed with the new IE... Because I want to know if they have added any extended CSS Support... Thanks! Chris Stratford Neerav wrote: I foresee in my crystal ball a lot

Re: [WSG] Fwd: links dont work in ie6

2004-06-12 Thread Chris Stratford
Damn that is weird! If I had any more time before bed I would of had a proper look. atm im am dead tired, and just thought it would be good to express my utter suprise... and disbelief - what the hell happened there! :) hehehe have a good night! best of luck finding your issue! Ciao! alex

[WSG] new layout/design

2004-06-12 Thread Chris Stratford
al website for me. :) Thanks... Here is the link: http://www.neester.com/temp/ CSS: http://www.neester.com/temp/styles/june2004.css There is just some test text in the index.php file. Its so I can see how well its been built - and how it displays in other browsers. Thanks list! - Chris Stratford

Re: [WSG] new layout/design

2004-06-12 Thread Chris Stratford
Yeah thats what I have for the inner Div. but IE doesnt recognise that I thought. So the way around that is to have an outer div with: text-align: center; So that the inner div is centered. Then the inner div has: text-align: left; to fix the text, but its also got a set width... ?? I thought that

Re: [WSG] HTML, CSS and Mobiles

2004-06-14 Thread Chris Stratford
I have a NEC e616 3Mobile. I am in the process of loading that page for you... But it seems that its not working at the moment... :) hehehe Ahhh actually its working ... Waiting... Damn thsi cruddy 3 reception... ... ... ok reception lost again.. hold on a second... moving the fone

Re: [WSG] OT: Strict Doctype New Window Links Javascript With Multiple REL Values

2004-06-14 Thread Chris Stratford
If you like, you can use the DTD I have modified to allow XHTML 1.0 to utilise the TARGET attribute. !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC XHTML 1.01 Strict http://www.neester.com/DTD/xhtml-target.dtd; I named it XHTML 1.01 Strict... the .01 is just for the tartget attribute. :) If you are interested that is.

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