Re: [WSG] Float-less layouts

2008-01-07 Thread James Pickering
A little history relating to floating-box layouts: http://jp29.org/floatbox.htm James Pickering http://jp29.org/ *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe: http://webstandardsgroup.org/join

Re: [WSG] Float-less layouts

2008-01-07 Thread James Pickering
as a hierarchy of divisions. http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html32#div Also see the W3C HTML 4.01 Specification: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/global.html#edef-DIV James Pickering Pickering Pages http://jp29.org/ *** List

[WSG] HTML5 Working Draft

2008-01-17 Thread James Pickering
Latest iterations: http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/ http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/ Input/Participation is needed - don't miss these opportunities to have your say. James Pickering Pickering Pages http://jp29.org

Re: [WSG] Ideas for Corporate Presentation on Web Standards and Semantic Web

2008-01-17 Thread James Pickering
) In the preparation of your presentation -- if you find it appropriate or useful. James Pickering Pages: http://jp29.org/ All pages with Validated Markup: http://xrl.us/wdgvalid Dublin Core Metadata RDF/XML Validation: http://xrl.us/dcmetadata

Re: [WSG] RE: Sitemap and accessibility

2008-03-09 Thread James Pickering
Accessibilty (W3C WCA). There is no precise protocol for this type although traditionally such Site Maps consist of a Hierarchal list of links to all pages of the site. In some cases, depending on the format selected, you can use your Search Engine submittal Site Map on your Home page. James

Re: [WSG] XHTML 1.1 CSS3 - Is it worth using right now?

2008-05-13 Thread James Pickering
From time to time over the past several years I have served web pages as XHTML 1.0 with content (MIME) type text/html to IE Browsers and with content (MIME) type application/xhtml+xml to Browsers that recognize that content type -- via Content Negotiation. My current Home Page --

Re: [WSG] html vs. html

2008-06-18 Thread James Pickering
Alternative to serving XHTML pages via Content Negotiation, I associate (via .htaccess) the .htm file extension with HTML XHTML pages served as content MIME type text/html and the .html file extension for XHTML pages served as content MIME type application/xhtml+xml. James Semantic Web Page

Re: [WSG] html vs. html

2008-06-20 Thread James Pickering
Alastair Campbell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: .. on Apache at least (and I would assume IIS) you can set the mime-type text/html for any file extension, or no file extension. I would guess that you can probably set it for a whole directory or filepath as well ... James --

Re: [WSG] html vs. html

2008-06-20 Thread James Pickering
Excuse me, on my previous response to Alastair Campbell I meant to include . Also for Zeus James -- http://jp29.org/ Semantic Web Page Authoring ... Validated: HTML/XHTML/XHTML+RDFa ~ CSS ~ RDF/XML - DC

Re: [WSG] IE6/7 behaviour

2008-06-24 Thread James Pickering
Gunlaug Sørtun [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The combination of declarations you have now is a somewhat new one - to me at least. An XML declaration has no place above an HTML DTD in an HTML document, and the DTD is incomplete and triggers quirks mode in all browsers...

Re: [WSG] Mobile phone support of CSS

2008-06-24 Thread James Pickering
Paul Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to find a comprehensive list of Mobile phone browsers and CSS support. I currently have a Nokia N70 and as far as I can see it doesn't support CSS at all. But, perhaps with a stylesheet targeting mobile phones it would?! Hi

Re: [WSG] Facebook downgrading support for IE6

2008-09-02 Thread James Pickering
Gregorio Espadas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I like the IE6Blocker from Chris Coyier, check it out at http://css-tricks.com/ie-6-blocker-script/ I made a spanish translation of IE6Blocker, download it from http://espadas.com.mx/2008/09/01/bloqueando-internet-explorer-6/ Gregorio