RE: [WSG] The problem with nesting ULs for a drop down

2007-02-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
! Hover not working to trigger display:block in FF Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello All - Hi Cole I've set one of the li's as css trigger (via a class name) in order to show a drop-down menu (a UL) that has a default value of display:none. Unfortunately, nothing I try will initiate the declaration

[WSG] Proper way to give height a horzontal UL Nav Bar

2007-03-10 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello all - I've created a pretty basic horizontal nav bar using a UL and in-line LI's. The only twist to this is that this design calls for a rather tall nav bar with right-borders (on the LIs) which span the height of the UL. To accomplish this, I've had to put the same amount of top and

RE: [WSG] Proper way to give height a horzontal UL Nav Bar

2007-03-10 Thread Cole Kuryakin
:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gunlaug Sørtun Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2007 11:48 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Proper way to give height a horzontal UL Nav Bar Cole Kuryakin wrote: I'm just not comfortable with the way I've achieved this (same padding on both ULs

RE: [WSG] Proper way to give height a horzontal UL Nav Bar

2007-03-10 Thread Cole Kuryakin
: Sunday, March 11, 2007 10:30 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Proper way to give height a horzontal UL Nav Bar Cole Kuryakin wrote: Georg - Wow, that's great! There's a number of things I'm going to have to study on this (particularly the li+li - I've never seen that before

[WSG] Table Properties Cross-Browser compatible???

2007-03-11 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - The thread Doing Things Right caught my eye as I frequently use nbsp; between empty TDs. So, when Hassan gave the link to the tables spec I gave it a look and was interested to see so many different table properties listed. Question is, however, are all -- or just a few -- of these

[WSG] Global and page-specific style sheets

2007-03-12 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got a site that has a fairly MASSIVE style sheet. It's quite long as the design spec dictates a number of different pages be layed-out differently. Accordingly, its becoming quite tedious to find certain style blocks that need to be altered/tweaked as development

[WSG] Teaching CSS

2007-03-16 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - My background for the past 27 years has been in design. 6 years ago I realized the (financial) necessity to begin learning web design. 3 years after that came the next leap into HTML/PHP/CSS. So far, so good - well, most of the time anyway. I've always been a one-man-band, but

[WSG] Teaching CSS - THANK YOU!

2007-03-19 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Just a short note of thanks to all for weighing in on my question about teaching CSS. I've taken all suggestions and book recommendations on board which I'm sure will assist the needs of this challenge! Best regards to all! Cole

[WSG] Minimum Height Delimma in IE

2007-04-21 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - Yes the age-old minimum height delimma has come to haunt me. I usually stay away from anything that cannot be done in IE 6 without a hack, but I've got a client who loves a design I did before I realized that the main container would need to be held open vertically under

[WSG] Minimum Height Problem - Link

2007-04-21 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Sorry, I hit the send button before I included the link. Here it is: http://terashock.terapad.com/index.cfm?fa=contentJobs.positionList So, in FF, the content div opens up fine. In IE using Stu's hack, the dots graphic is there but the content is nailed at 500px. Thanks again to all.

[WSG] Minimum Height Issue SOLVED

2007-04-22 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Ca Phun, Thierry, and Lari - Great thanks to you all with your solutions. I have chosen Lari's solution as I don't then need to deal with any min-height issues - To be honest I feel silly not realizing this solution myself. At any rate THANKS to the three of you and to this entire group in

[WSG] Disappearing positioned footer in IE7 - works in IE6

2007-04-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I was having an absolutely-positioned footer problem in IE6 which was fixed with the following: #bottom_nav {/*Compliant Browsers*/ position: absolute; bottom: -75px; right: 25px; text-align: right;

[WSG] Disappearing element in IE

2007-05-13 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got an absolutely positioned UL in a design that I'm using as a footer background. In FF it's perfect (stuck to the bottom of the wrapper div as required). In IE (6 and 7) it's gone - no where to be found. Specification of this design is to keep it stuck to the bottom of the

RE: [WSG] Disappearing element in IE

2007-05-13 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello Kepler - Thanks for your tip; unfortunately since this is a hard-wired blogging system, the HTML cannot be changed so I cannot implement an HTML-based fix. Just to see if you were right (about display:inline; pushing the content to the right of the wrapper) I did re-set my screen resolution

RE: [WSG] Disappearing element in IE

2007-05-14 Thread Cole Kuryakin
; bottom: 0px; /* display: inline; */ height: 196px; width: 535px; *width: 550px; background: url(/resources/5661/assets/images_community/footer.jpg) no-repeat 0 0; } On Mon, May 14, 2007 12:12 am, Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello Kepler - Thanks for your tip

[WSG] Tiling image problem

2007-05-20 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I'm setting a 1px by 770px image to repeat vertically within a wrapper div. Difference is that I need this repeat to START 300px from the top of the wrapper. So far, no luck. Here's the code: #wrapper { position: relative; width: 770px; margin: 0 auto;

RE: [WSG] Tiling image problem

2007-05-21 Thread Cole Kuryakin
- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Paul Novitski Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 2:54 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Tiling image problem At 5/20/2007 10:18 PM, Cole Kuryakin wrote: I'm setting a 1px by 770px image to repeat vertically within

RE: [WSG] Tiling image problem

2007-05-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Cole, This might be another way, but have you tried it with extra markup? That is, possibly using z-index to layer your containers? Regards, Sherwin On 5/20/07, Cole Kuryakin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello All - I'm setting a 1px by 770px image to repeat vertically within a wrapper div

RE: [WSG] Where's the proper place for an accesskey?

2007-06-17 Thread Cole Kuryakin
PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Thierry Koblentz Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2007 11:28 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] Where's the proper place for an accesskey? On Behalf Of Cole Kuryakin Lastly, I'm always now implementing accesskeys, labels, and tabindex attributes

[WSG] Accessibility of Nav Links using Title Tag??

2007-08-03 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - While I know that one should use improve accessibility of form eloements, it is also a common (best practice) to use a title attribute inside a link anchor like this: a href=home.htm title=Navigate Back to the Home Pagehome/a If there's a better way, or if I'm completely incorrect

[WSG] Please help! CSS/IE Link Color Problem

2007-08-03 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - After tearing my hair out for over 4 hours I come to you guys/gals for a fresh eye and perhaps a solution. I've got a simple class name (.active) attached to an a tag. This class is programmatically activated when a link is chosen and the page loads. When the chosen page loads, the

[WSG] CSS/IE Link Color Problem - SOLVED

2007-08-03 Thread Cole Kuryakin
James and Kepler - Thank you both for your input; I tried suffixing the color and text declaration with !important and that solves the problem. So this, I guess, is an issue of IE's built-in proprietary styles over-riding user styles??? I've never run into that one before. Irritating. Aside

RE: [WSG] CSS/IE Link Color Problem - SOLVED

2007-08-04 Thread Cole Kuryakin
: Saturday, August 04, 2007 2:00 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] CSS/IE Link Color Problem - SOLVED Importance: High On 4 Aug 2007, at 05:46, Cole Kuryakin wrote: er-riding user styles??? I've never run into that one before. Irritating. Aside from the !important solution

RE: [WSG] CSS/IE Link Color Problem - SOLVED

2007-08-04 Thread Cole Kuryakin
@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] CSS/IE Link Color Problem - SOLVED On 4 Aug 2007, at 08:49, Cole Kuryakin wrote: Why, however, do you wrap your link text in a span? Are there standards - or some other - issues I'm not aware of if you simply border your landing-page link text

[WSG] Title links in navigation elements

2007-10-02 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I'm a little confused: are TITLE attributes required for a href navigation elements? Won't screen readers verbalize the contents of the wording between a href tags? I.e. if an href says Buy the book wouldn't a screen reader verbalize Buy the book? Or are TITLE attributes simply a

[WSG] Please help! - CSS Drop Down not working under IE 6

2008-02-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've slaved and slaved at this for over a day and still can't figure out what's wrong with my CSS. I've looked at dozens of CSS drop down tutorials on the web and applied many of the IE specific fixes as recommended, but still no dice. I'm praying someone here can see the error of my

RE: [WSG] Please help! - CSS Drop Down not working under IE 6

2008-02-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
] Please help! - CSS Drop Down not working under IE 6 Cole Kuryakin wrote: First, go here under IE 6: http://www.crewasia.ph/index.php The drop down menuing system at the very top of the screen DOES work (it drops down correctly). You can even select the FIRST menu item on each drop down menu

[WSG] Any way to defeat legend styling problems in IE?

2008-02-28 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've already spent a lot of time researching this and - from the threads I've read - there doesn't seem to be a solution for IE in particular. If you go here: http://www.crewasia.ph/index.php?cmd=s7,p2 in IE 6, you'll see that the question mark icon is held off of the left margin of

RE: [WSG] Semantic markup for a person's name or business name

2008-03-26 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Thanks to all for their input on this issue. The hCard link within microformats.org was very helpful. Two follow-on question though: 1. What does the v and h stand for in regards to vCard and hCard, and: 2. Aside from it's semantic nature, is there really any functional use for formatting data

[WSG] Shorthand rule for border?

2008-04-17 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - This is something that I've been wondering about for a long time - a shorthand rule for borders. I often find myself in a situation where I have to define a different border size and/or color for two (or more) sides of an element so I'm always going through the drudgery of:

RE: [WSG] Shorthand rule for border?

2008-04-17 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Of Tim White Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 9:50 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Shorthand rule for border? On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 9:09 AM, Cole Kuryakin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is something that I've been wondering about for a long time - a shorthand rule for borders

[WSG] Mystery Margin or Padding in FF and IE

2008-08-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I'm developing a new framework for my projects and have come across something I can't get rid of. Go here: http://www.koisis.com/.framework/-public/index.php If you look at the purple float that contains a beige main content area, you'll see that the beige content area is being

[WSG] Drop-down menu slips behind left-nav anchor text in IE

2008-08-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got a framework with a drop-down menuing system which works pretty well until you select one particular menu item which SHOULD drop down OVER a left-positioned navigation bar. Everything looks fine in FF, but in IE (6 and 7) when you trigger the Section 2 drop down, the menu

[WSG] Mystery Margin SOLVED - THANKS!

2008-08-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Georg and Akella - Thank you both so much for weighing in on the Margin/Padding mystery. Have simply taken the margin-top off the H1 Declaration and all is now well. Really appreciate your guidance. Georg - Have also altered #contentMain declaration to display:inline and have also taken off

[WSG] Drop-down slips behind left-nav - SOLVED

2008-08-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
{ position:relative; z-index:25; } #navTopDrop{ position:relative; z-index:83; } I cant test it now.. but AFAIK it should do the trick. С уважением, Юрий akella Артюх, http://cssing.org.ua, On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 12:44 PM, Cole Kuryakin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello All - I've got a framework with a drop

[WSG] Pop UP menu positioning in a footer

2008-08-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - This was just going to be positioning question until 5 minutes ago I found that I had a problem in IE 7 (not IE 6!), but I'll cover the question first. I've got a POP UP menu that appears on hover from a footer navigation UL. This menu contains language names so the user can view

[WSG] POP-UP Footer Menu Question and IE7 Woes

2008-08-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Everaldo - Oops. Sorry to all - here's the live link with a repeat of my post: http://www.koisis.com/.framework/-public/index.php Original post below: This was just going to be positioning question until 5 minutes ago I found that I had a problem in IE 7 (not IE 6!), but I'll cover the question

[WSG] Pop-Up Menu From Footer and IE7 Problem

2008-08-26 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got a POP UP menu that appears on hover from a footer navigation UL. This menu contains language names so the user can view site content in different languages. To see it working in FF and IE6 go here: http://www.koisis.com/.framework/-public/index.php and hover over the

RE: [WSG] Pop-Up Menu and IE7 Problem - SOLVED

2008-08-26 Thread Cole Kuryakin
] Pop-Up Menu From Footer and IE7 Problem Cole Kuryakin wrote: To see it working in FF and IE6 go here: http://www.koisis.com/.framework/-public/index.php In FF and IE 6 this works. But what I'm trying to do, and can't seem to accomplish, is to position the BOTTOM of this pop-up UL (rather

[WSG] DocType Given is... Document Looks Like...

2008-09-03 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello all - I've got the following doctype at the head of each of my pages: !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd; html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml; xml:lang=en lang=en I take great pains to validate everything I do on

RE: [WSG] DocType Given is... Document Looks Like...

2008-09-04 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Validator extension (is it the one based on HTML Tidy?), so i can't speak for that. The Web Developer extension just pushes the page to the W3C validator. Please also verify which Validator of the 2 you're running into trouble with. On Sep 4, 2008, at 12:47 AM, Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello

RE: [WSG] DocType Given is... SOLVED

2008-09-04 Thread Cole Kuryakin
available in the transitional format. If you remove language=javascript1.2 then you're page will validate perfectly. _ From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Cole Kuryakin Sent: 05 September 2008 00:40 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] DocType

[WSG] Setting HTML and BODY background not working

2008-09-29 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got this strange problem: I'm setting a tiling background in the html element - this works fine. Then I'm setting another background image in the body element which is giving me fits. Take a look here: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/asdem/dev/index.php?cmd=001001 The height of

RE: [WSG] Setting HTML and BODY background not working

2008-09-29 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello Florian - I just tried it, but the cropped background image continues to follow the height of the wrapper. Cole -Original Message- From: Florian Hamberger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, September 29, 2008 5:54 PM To: Cole Kuryakin Cc: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject

RE: [WSG] Setting HTML and BODY background not working

2008-09-29 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Gleb - That's the correct path as relative to the css style sheet. My structure is set up as: www.koisis.com/.clients/asdem/ . assets . . css . . image Etc. So, the path is correct (relative to the stylesheet) - you can see the painting graphic within the link given

[WSG] HTML and BODY - SOLVED

2008-09-29 Thread Cole Kuryakin
: Monday, September 29, 2008 6:21 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Setting HTML and BODY background not working Cole Kuryakin wrote: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/asdem/dev/index.php?cmd=001001 The height of the body image (the hiroshige painting) - rather than showing in full

[WSG] Missing Icon and strange Legend margin in IE7

2008-11-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - Got a project that's set for deployment Dec 1 and was just cleaning up a few bits and pieces when I noticed a few small anomalies that - after hours of trying - I can't figure out. First, go here with FF: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/asdem/dev/index.php?cmd=004004 You'll notice

RE: [WSG] Missing Icon and strange Legend margin in IE7

2008-11-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
: Monday, November 24, 2008 6:41 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Missing Icon and strange Legend margin in IE7 Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello All - ... First, go here with FF: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/asdem/dev/index.php?cmd=004004 You'll notice in the UL a heading called

[WSG] Vanishing icon within a Span Element in IE7

2008-11-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got an icon set as a background image within a span element which shows up as expected in FF, but vanishes under IE7. First, go here with FF: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/asdem/dev/index.php?cmd=004004 Under FireFox, you'll see the little question-mark icon in the line under

[WSG] Strange Bottom Margin on Floated Elements I Can't Get Rid of

2009-08-14 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All! I've got a small but annoying problem I can't seem to solve. I've got six test thumbnail images wrapped inside of hrefs. All six hrefs are floated left within a containing div. The div can only accommodate 4 of these href'd images per row so images 5 and 6 break to a second row -

RE: [WSG] Strange Bottom Margin on Floated Elements I Can't Get Rid of

2009-08-14 Thread Cole Kuryakin
-- cal. oksushi on Freenode On 14/08/2009, at 5:36 PM, Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello All! I've got a small but annoying problem I can't seem to solve. I've got six test thumbnail images wrapped inside of hrefs. All six hrefs are floated left within a containing div. The div can only

[WSG] Strange Table Border Rendering in everything BUT FF and IE

2009-09-26 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - This is the first time I've come across this issue. First, go here in either FireFox or IE7 or greater: http://www.sangat.ph/index.php?cmd=08.01.00 Both of these browsers render two guestbook entries (displayed in a table) with a thin green line set on the top border of each of the

RE: [WSG] Strange Table Border Rendering in everything BUT FF and IE

2009-09-26 Thread Cole Kuryakin
: Re: [WSG] Strange Table Border Rendering in everything BUT FF and IE Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello All - This is the first time I've come across this issue. First, go here in either FireFox or IE7 or greater: http://www.sangat.ph/index.php?cmd=08.01.00 Both of these browsers render two

RE: [WSG] Strange Table Border Rendering in everything BUT FF and IE

2009-09-27 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Kepler - Hey, thanks for taking so much effort for all that you've written below. Yes, it's true, I'd like to make these entries more semantically structured (I hadn't thought of a def list option) but I was under a nighmarish deadline on this module of the project so just initially opted for a

[WSG] FALSE ALARM: Positioned Element Disappears for Client - but I can see it!

2009-11-22 Thread Cole Kuryakin
On 23/11/2009, at 10:18 AM, Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello all - This is sort of a strange one: I've got a project that I deployed yesterday that includes an absolutely position UL at the very top that contains various weather information. On my box, in IE7, FF, Opera, Chrome and Safari (PC

[WSG] @import and IE7

2010-07-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've finally decided that I'd like to link/link a single base style sheet (base.css) into my projects. The base.css would then @import various other style sheets which would define the dclarations for project layout, type, color, forms, etc. I was very excited about trying this

RE: [WSG] @import and IE7

2010-07-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
the growth of your site best, and make sure you use some sort of combine tool / filter to reduce the number of requests Ed On Sat, Jul 24, 2010 at 8:18 AM, Oliver Boermans boerm...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Cole On Saturday, July 24, 2010, Cole Kuryakin c...@koisis.com wrote: Hello All - I've finally

[WSG] Margin At Bottom Disappears in IE8, Safari, Chrome

2010-10-01 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've got a 50px margin at the bottom of a project that - for reasons I can't figure out - disappears in IE8, Safari and Chrome. Looks as per spec in both FF and Opera. Go here to take a look: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/sangat/dev_v2/index.php Take a look first in either FF or

[WSG] Mobile Phone Emulators

2010-10-02 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've been tasked with setting up a few form pages to be viewed on mobile phone devices. Currently I'm using Adobe's Device Central - which is okay but it really doesn't show how the forms (particulary select lists) will be shown on various mobile devices. I've also tried the online

RE: [WSG] Mobile Phone Emulators

2010-10-04 Thread Cole Kuryakin
-Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of David Storey Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 8:51 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Phone Emulators On 3 Oct 2010, at 06:02, Cole Kuryakin wrote: Hello All - I've

RE: [WSG] Mobile Phone Emulators

2010-10-05 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Of David Laakso Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 11:01 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Phone Emulators On 10/4/10 10:12 PM, Cole Kuryakin wrote: If anyone else would like to weigh-in on standards issues (and/or mobile standard tutorials, gotcha's, etc.) surrounding

[WSG] Anchor won't position in IE 8

2011-03-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - Got a project where I'm positioning an anchor tag within a floated div. Works perfect in FF, Chrome, Opera, Safari ... But not in IE. Been trying to find work-arounds but keep coming up zero. Here's the page in question: http://www.koisis.com/.clients/vascos/dev/facilities.htm

RE: [WSG] Anchor won't position in IE 8

2011-03-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Thierry and ankhscriber - Position:relative did the trick. For a minute it still didn't work until I cleared my cache. Anyway, all is well now; thanks much to you both! Cole -Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Thierry

[WSG] Drop Down Menu slips BEHIND floated image in IE-7

2011-06-01 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - Just noticed that my css drop-down menu is being half-hidden behind a floated image in IE-7. Take a look here: www.vascossubic.com/index.php Then hover over the accommodations or scuba diving menu trigger links. I've tried (locally) to bump up the z-index of the drop-down UL

RE: [WSG] Drop Down Menu slips BEHIND floated image in IE-7

2011-06-01 Thread Cole Kuryakin
...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Cole Kuryakin Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 12:53 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] Drop Down Menu slips BEHIND floated image in IE-7 Hello All - Just noticed that my css drop-down menu is being half-hidden behind

[WSG] IE9's Browser Mode Controls - Reliable?

2011-09-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - I've been testing a new version of a legacy project against IE 7, 8 and 9 using IE9's Browser Mode Controls. This way of switching browser modes (between 7, 8 and 9) is quite convenient but... is it a true representation of how the project will render in these three browsers? If

RE: [WSG] IE9's Browser Mode Controls - Reliable?

2011-09-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - Thanks for everone throwing in with their suggestions - after looking at each I've decided upon IETester which seems to work pretty well as it mirrors the results I'm seeing in IE9's Browser Mode command. This app also confirms that I've dealt with all of my IE8 issues - while also

[WSG] IE7 Issues - The Final Three

2011-09-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - After more than a day I've been able to successfully quash all ie7 issues except for three. I'm hoping that someone can guide me to a solution for these remaining problems. Live development site is here: www.koisis.com/index.php Z-INDEX OF POSITIONED HR

RE: [WSG] IE7 Issues - The Final Three

2011-09-24 Thread Cole Kuryakin
stylesheet to trigger hasLayout for that element. html #formNav {height: 1%;} If you have a specific IE stylesheet then: #formNav {height: 1%;} Hope this helps. Sean On Sat, Sep 24, 2011 at 1:46 PM, Cole Kuryakin c...@koisis.com wrote: Hello All - After more than a day I've been able

[WSG] SOLVED: IE7 Issues - The Final Three

2011-09-25 Thread Cole Kuryakin
Hello All - Just a quick note of thanks to all of you who responded to my IE7 questions. Two of my three issues have now been solved due to your guidance and suggestions. The only holdout is the weird misalignment of the LI and Input buttons but that's not such a big deal... will probably just

[WSG] Unexpected underlines and div wierdness in FF and NS

2005-04-07 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
LY appreciated as I'm comepletely lost on these two itemsand amabout to reach for the razor blades. Cole Kuryakin Subic Bay, Philippines

Re: [WSG] Unexpected underlines and div wierdness in FF and NS

2005-04-07 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Boy, do I feel like an idiot. Thanks Bert for being my seeing-eye dog. Cole - Original Message - From: Bert Doorn [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2005 2:26 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] Unexpected underlines and div wierdness in FF and NS G'day

[WSG] Automated accessibility testers

2005-04-13 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
t time out. Any and all input greatly appreciated. Cole Kuryakin Subic Bay, Philippines

Re: [WSG] Automated accessibility testers

2005-04-13 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
for me to believed that I've aced-it on the first time out. Any and all input greatly appreciated. Cole Kuryakin Subic Bay, Philippines ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org

[WSG] Unexpected padding (margin?) on right float

2005-04-18 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
First, take a look here in Firefox or Netscape: http://www.x7m.us/_clients/danielik/dev/testing/index.htm Perfect. both floats line up vertically to the top nav bar as desired. Now, take a look in IE6. Somehow, some right-padding or right-margin has crept into the right side of the red

Re: [WSG] Unexpected padding (margin?) on right float

2005-04-18 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
12:49 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] Unexpected padding (margin?) on right float Cole Kuryakin - x7m schrieb: http://www.x7m.us/_clients/danielik/dev/testing/index.htm Somehow, some right-padding or right-margin has crept into the right side of the red outlined box in IE. #sideBar { margin: 25px

[WSG] Blockquote or Q?

2005-04-19 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Hi everyone. I'm working on a site that contains 1 boxed quote per page. By boxed, I mean there's a red border that encloses the quote. These aren't famouse quotes - or anything particulary special -just quotes from people who have read the pre-release of a new book. So, semantically

Re: [WSG] Blockquote or Q?

2005-04-19 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
exemple at http://www.echo3d.com/faq/Later,Hugues BrunelleConcepteur graphique//ECHO tridimension2139 rue MassonMontréal QC H2H 1A81-(514)5211360[EMAIL PROTECTED] From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Cole Kuryakin - x7mSent: April 19,

Re: [WSG] Blockquote or Q?

2005-04-19 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
with the blockquote is that it can't contain plain text, it has to be in a p or something, but if you don't like the extra margin the p gives, you can just do blockquote p{margin:0} in the css Alan Lea de Groot wrote: On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 20:40:53 +0800, Cole Kuryakin - x7m wrote: So

Re: [WSG] Blockquote or Q?

2005-04-20 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
(or whatever) in your blockquotes is sort of a weird one, IMHO. I believe they've planned to remove that from xhtml2, but in your case it makes sense anyways. --- Cole Kuryakin - x7m [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've inserted a bunch of brs within the quote in order to control the line breaks

[WSG] To Table or Not To Table for Forms

2005-04-30 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I've been wondering the same thing as Tee - whether to use the table for form or not, still can't make up my mind. I've been using tables for my forms just because it's fast and easy to align stuff - like a horizontal double or triple-column input design or even putting a text label AFTERa

[WSG] Semantic tag for copyright slug?

2005-04-30 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
This maybe taking the whole semantic thing too far, but is there a "copywright" tag (not the Meta Tag) that one should use for copyright information? I've searched the web, but can't find one defined other than the meta tag. The use for this would be - frequenlty for my projects - in the

Re: [WSG] Semantic tag for copyright slug?

2005-04-30 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
for trademark, registered mark, service mark?. To all intents and purposes it's a paragraph or phrase of text on the page. Cheers James On 4/30/05, Cole Kuryakin - x7m [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This maybe taking the whole semantic thing too far, but is there a copywright tag (not the Meta Tag

[WSG] Jumping text in FF and Netscape

2005-05-01 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Hello everyone - I've got this not-so-critical but annoying problem with text below an image. When the page loads, there'stoo much space (between the bottom of the image and top of the text), but if you refresh the browser, the text snaps back to the correct position. This only happens in

Re: [WSG] Jumping text in FF and Netscape

2005-05-02 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Bert - Specifying the height and width of the small images fixed the problem. Thanks! Yeah, I know the home page shot is HUGE - Client demanded it after much effort on my behalf to talk him out of it. Win some, you lose some. I know I shouldn't spec font sizes in px, but I'm confused about the

[WSG] The mother of all html references?

2005-05-03 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I've been using this online html reference (http://www.htmlreference.com/) for the past 6 months or so, and so far it's been fine. Can anyone recommend another on-line reference that they prefer so I can take a look? Cole

[WSG] Setting a class for a Select Option list

2005-05-07 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I'm using a PHP script to set a class on a particular select item if nothing has been selected from the list (form validation routine). It works fine in IE, but doesn't in Firefox and Netscape - apparently something I'm doing wrong. Maybe I'm putting the class in the wrong place? Maybe my

[WSG] Can you style Alt text?

2005-05-15 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
When you've got an href'd image that's farily large that's being pulled down over a dialup line, you can see the alt text in the background as the image loads. Usually, this this text is a big, blue serif style. Sure, once the picture gets completely downloaded, it's hidden, but during

[WSG] Best way to train someone in css and web standards

2005-05-23 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Hello All - I have the opportunity to hire two people in the next few weeks to help me with my one-man-band web development business. Problem is, these two know only the most basic aspects of HTML and don't know anything about CSS or web standards. Problem also is that I can't afford to

[WSG] WSG Meetings for the rest of us

2005-06-08 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Man, oh man, would I love to attend some (pretty much all) of the meetings, seminars and discussions being hosted/held by WSG - but they seem to all be in Sydney. I live in the backwaters of the Philippines and am too broke to travel to these meetings and I really feel like I'm missing out

[WSG] Crazy font sizing with 2 tables inside a positioned div

2005-06-10 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I'm having this strange problem: I've got a content div (#content) which has 2 tables in it (.guestHeader and .guestComment - both classes). The first table accepts my css font stylingrules just fine. The second table however, absolutely messes up the font sizing and line height: The line

Re: [WSG] Crazy font sizing with 2 tables - follow on

2005-06-10 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
80% of (70% of 0.7em))On 6/10/05, Cole Kuryakin - x7m [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm having this strange problem: I've got a content div (#content) which has 2 tables in it (.guestHeader and .guestComment - both classes). The first table accepts my css font styling rules

[WSG] Element Properties Cheat Sheet

2005-06-12 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Is there any guide or cheat sheet out there somewhere which gives the exact properties of each html element which CAN be altered/positioned/styled via CSS? Like I've been putting: margin: 0; padding: 0; on a default table rule set, but something I've just read "indicates" that tables

[WSG] Element Properties Cheat Sheet

2005-06-12 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Is there any guide or cheat sheet out there somewhere which gives the exact properties of each html element which CAN be altered/positioned/styled via CSS? Like I've been putting: margin: 0; padding: 0; on a default table rule set, but something I've just read "indicates" that tables

Re: [WSG] Element Properties Cheat Sheet

2005-06-13 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Style Sheets 2.0, Programmers Reference by Eric Meyer. Roberto Cole Kuryakin - x7m wrote: Is there any guide or cheat sheet out there somewhere which gives the exact properties of each html element which CAN be altered/positioned/styled via

Re: [WSG] Class Discusion: *{margin: 0; padding: 0} ???

2005-06-16 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Zeroing all default margins and padding throught a document is something I'm always sweated over as I like to zero all of these properties right from the top. For the past 6 months or so I set the margin and padding to '0' in all elements at the top of my style sheet: body - margin 0, padding 0;

[WSG] Background image in li not showing in IE

2005-06-18 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I've got a small background icon that I've hooked to a few li's. Displays as planned in FF, but doesn't display at all in IE6. Here's the HTML snippet: ulli class="signInOptions"Admin Area data includes Guestbook Entries, Read A Chapter contacts, and Email contacts./li/ul Here's the

Re: [WSG] Background image in li not showing in IE

2005-06-19 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
Thanks for all the suggestions Peter. I hadn't gotten it fixed until I set the width of the li as per your suggestion. Now the bullets show up in IE as desired. Cole - Original Message - From: Peter Ottery To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005

[WSG] Proper use of nbsp;

2005-06-21 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I tend to use nbsp; alot when it comes to seperating horizontal menu items with a pike "|". while this gives me what I want visually,I've always been sort of intuitively uncomfortable with this technique for some reason. Here's what I tend to do: ul id="topNav"lia href="" title="James

[WSG] font-size =1em (in the body) vs. font-size = 101%

2005-06-21 Thread Cole Kuryakin - x7m
I've just gotten comfortable using ems for font sizing in my projects by starting out with font-size=1em within the body tag. Now I'm seeing that some people are using font-size = 101% in the body tag. I seem to remember someone saying that using "1em" in the body tag makes some versions of

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