There are probably other things that are different in Chrome than in Safari.
2008/10/16 Ben Buchanan [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Seeing as though Google's new Chrome browser uses the same rendering engine
as Apple's Safari, would it be acceptable to test browser layout issues in
I've always used label arount input fields labeltext: input type=text
//label without the for= attribute.
I've never had problems with it, and I don't think I've ever seen any
recommendation against it.
2008/10/16 David Dorward [EMAIL PROTECTED]
file uploader, I'll have to work on that.
2008/10/16 Breton Slivka [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Read the story on that page carefully. What has happened is that flash
10 has increased restrictions over what features within the flash
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Johan Douma wrote:
Flash is on 99.9% of the computers.
Which is the sort of claim made often by Adobe.
But, if we're
is way better and not
that expensive. Additionnally, smultron is pretty heavy for such a simple
text editor. But I guess it's my old mac's fault again.
2008/10/20 Gicela Morales [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I've just migrated form PC to a new macbook
2008/10/25 Lynette Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Two pages uploaded: Home and Operation. Does anyone know why the font-size
the structure a bit.
2008/10/28 David Dorward [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Darren Lovelock wrote:
Why not use the address tag
Because most addresses on webpages do not provide contact details for
and a definition list?
Indeed a change in the background position using sprites, would be a good
Besides you save a few http requests as well.
You can checkout an ALA article about it here:
2008/11/7 Henrik Madsen [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I have done this previously:
Ben: Also there is this method I found excellent:
That's an interesting way of doing it! i'd never thought of that. Cool!
2008/11/7 ben kahans [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I often have sprites that are 800px or even more, I usually use 100px in
between the images.
But I think there's a limit on earlier versions of Opera that dont take
images bigger than 2000px (not sure at all might be more). So I generally
use 2 or 3 sprites if they get big, I still save a lot of
Although don't forget to colour proof whatever you do; Mac sRGB, Win
sRGB an then Proof Colors.
2008/11/26 Dennis Lapcewich [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Your Re: [WSG] your best practise for CSS sprites for elements
It's working fine for me on Windows XP, FF3.1b2
No issues at all.
2008/12/19 Foskett, Mike mike.fosk...@uk.tesco.com
The issue shown occurred on two different PCs and one Mac running windows.
It doesn't occur on the Mac version of Firefox 3.
My PC is using
if there's a reported bug about
this? If not maybe report it and see if other people have the same bug.
And what about firefox without extensions?
2008/12/22 Foskett, Mike mike.fosk...@uk.tesco.com
Good idea Jon,
somebody else here knows about it ?
2009/1/8 Simon Pascal Klein kle...@klepas.org
I think this comes down more to which font rasterisation engine a system is
using. I don't think Safari on Windows for example has full access to AAT
and Quartz and thus
Wait and see... Maybe leave a message behind on the bug page to make Google
2009/1/8 Johan Douma johando...@gmail.com
Even though Chrome is based on Webkit, Chrome
to gain market share?
Following the spec to stricly might make a browser too different and might
stop adoption (even tho this is only one problem); most people will consider
this a bug and as per spec... What's Google going to do?
I'll stop there, this is an entirely other debate...
I'm not sure if I understand the question...
But it's actually easy to remove the borders from an image in an anchor tag
using css, not inline.
When that's done, you can do whatever you want with the link or with the
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