Re: A: [WSG] Target Lawsuit - Please Make Yourself Heard

2007-10-03 Thread Ian Chamberlain
I must be having a stupid attack as I can't find anywhere on the site where I can register and then comment. As for the left / right - Accessibility/ Freedom agrument (it doesn't deserve to be called a debate) it leaves me with the feeling that I would not wish to be trapped in a lift

Re: [WSG] s2m Digital- Mid Weight Designer required!

2007-11-01 Thread Ian Chamberlain
Jeremy, is your client really looking for pixel perfection I note you are also looking for a person who is passionate and has a thorough understanding of web design; such a person may have difficulty with pixel perfection. - Original Message - From: Jeremy Champion To:

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver CS3

2008-04-04 Thread Ian Chamberlain
James, why not take advantage of the free 30 trial of Dreamweaver? - Original Message - From: James Jeffery To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Friday, April 04, 2008 12:19 PM Subject: [WSG] Dreamweaver CS3 I've been thinking about buying the new version of Photoshop and

Re: [WSG] The Problem of adjacent links

2008-05-08 Thread Ian Chamberlain
I tend to use a good old unordered list for such things Bob. - Original Message - From: Designer [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2008 10:03 AM Subject: [WSG] The Problem of adjacent links I have run into a problem with having two adjacent links

[WSG] PHP Standards

2008-05-16 Thread Ian Chamberlain
Fingers crossed this is not too far off topic; being a newby to PHP; any clues where I can find how-to's, snippets, libraries or even application suites built from PHP that are built to a good minimum standard please. I am guessing that PHP is much like JavaScript in that a lot of what is

Re: [WSG] PHP Standards

2008-05-20 Thread Ian Chamberlain
. Then, you check for best practice too . . . Bob Ian Chamberlain wrote: Fingers crossed this is not too far off topic; being a newby to PHP; any clues where I can find how-to's, snippets, libraries or even application suites built from PHP that are built to a good minimum standard please. I

Re: [WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-28 Thread Ian Chamberlain
I fumbled with this for a while Chris but decided against it on the grounds that h1 denotes the most important content on the page; the site ownerthe logo may think that his or her logo is the most important element on the page, I doubt any site users would agree. I know we have to be

Re: [WSG] html vs. html

2008-06-18 Thread Ian Chamberlain
The W3C's own site is full of four letter suffixs Rob. not that that means anything. I would doubt what they are saying, but then where I came from CMS and web standards were on different planets. - Original Message - From: Rob Enslin To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent:

Re: [WSG] html vs. html

2008-06-20 Thread Ian Chamberlain
My memory is fading fast Joe, but as I recall our first windows based web server (from Bob Denny's book) fixed the 8.3 limitation. We did continue creating .htm for a while after that but only out of habit. I can't remember the exact date but I would quess that we have been largely free from

WSG promoting standards via teaching? Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-04 Thread Ian Chamberlain
to eager questioners such as Michael suggest that they take the conversation off the forum; but please bring it back when a conclusion has been reached as I suspect I lot of equally eager thread watchers may be keen to know the answer too. I will now return to lurking Regards Ian Chamberlain ex

Re: [WSG] Tables for product=price list

2008-08-11 Thread Ian Chamberlain
Not sure web users would care a whole lot if the heading was prices or price list. Thanks for the debate chaps; I have struggled over this issue on and off for some time and this has helped me to define a simple rule which works for me. [The rule]If the list has multiple columns check

Re: [WSG] Question about accessibility

2008-08-27 Thread Ian Chamberlain
Agreed Jason, totally blind users may be small in number but turning away those with partial sight could hurt your clients bottom line; the trick is to invite in the missing 11% without making the site so boring that normal users wander off elsewhere. Further it may help to widen the