[WSG] HTML5 - Marking up forms

2010-11-10 Thread Eric Taylor
sense, semantically, as the Description list. What do you all think, and how do you go about marking up your forms in HTML5? Thanks in advance, Eric Taylor Elements Aside / http://www.elementsaside.com *** List Guidelines: http

Re: [WSG] HTML5 - Marking up forms

2010-11-10 Thread Eric Taylor
? This is the main reason I'm torn between Description lists and Unordered/Ordered lists. What makes most sense from a semantics view, and where is the balance between semantics and ease-of-use? Eric Taylor Elements Aside / http://www.elementsaside.com On Nov 10, 2010, at 11:41 AM, Patrick H. Lauke re

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

2010-12-18 Thread Eric Taylor
). Eric Taylor Elements Aside / http://www.elementsaside.com On Dec 18, 2010, at 11:16 PM, James Ducker jduc...@ieee.org wrote: Imho, we should take care of any layout issue, but not try to get fancy effects via extra markup, images, filters, and other hacks. In short, IE6 should get layout

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

2010-12-18 Thread Eric Taylor
Also, I forgot to mention - If you are looking to get people to move to a newer browser, simple implement a small banner, maybe static header or footer, that recommends some newer browsers. This can be added into your override CSS file for the outdated browser(s). Eric Taylor Elements Aside

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

2010-12-18 Thread Eric Taylor
Agreed. Our job is to provide the best web experience the user can have. To do this, the user will optimally have the most up-to-date browser, as to experience the latest web technology available. Eric Taylor Elements Aside / http://www.elementsaside.com On Dec 18, 2010, at 11:49 PM, Felix