Re: [WSG] A comic book version of tables to webstandards...

2003-10-28 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
Rather nice - caused me to reconsider my plans to do something similar (in aims, not style). Jonathan On Tuesday, October 28, 2003, at 12:09 AM, russ weakley wrote: http://www.hotdesign.com/seybold/ Thanks Russ * The discussion list for

Re: [WSG] safari and title attr (plus cursors)

2003-11-30 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
But the title attribute isn't intended for people with peripheral vision. Safari's behaviour is correct but I think convention now renders it incorrect. Personally, I don't like messages popping up everywhere when I move my mouse around - if it's so important it should be obvious anyway IMHO,

[WSG] OT: Macromedia extensions offer

2003-12-06 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
Any Macromedia MX 2004 users seen the offer they are running at the moment? They're giving away some free (and quite useful) extensions for Flash, Dreamweaver and Fireworks - but only to users who buy online now before the end of the year.

[WSG] [OT everso slightly] Gramophone web site

2003-12-11 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
I just visited the web site of Gramophone magazine, looking for a CD review. I'm using Safari - the buttons on the site don't work, they're all just # links. I've looked in the source code and am wondering why they don't work before I email them and let them know. Any guesses it might be a case

Re: [WSG] directory structures

2003-12-12 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
This is quite an interesting off-topic thread! On 12 Dec 2003, at 07:17, Gary Menzel wrote: Agree that you need to own the directory structure. The directory structure for a site should make sense to the owner of the information. It may make no sense at all to a user of the information.

Re: [WSG] [OT everso slightly] Gramophone web site

2003-12-12 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
: http://www.gramophone.co.uk/inc/navnn.js.asp Line: 68 The JS file has an ASP extension. Gotta love those spacer gifs. Cheers James Jonathan Baldwin wrote: I just visited the web site of Gramophone magazine, looking for a CD review. I'm using Safari - the buttons on the site don't work, they're

[WSG] Print media style sheet problems

2004-03-08 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
Hi all I'm having problems with a print style sheet and wondered if anyone had any suggestions. Also, I would appreciate it if people on Windows machines would check out if the printing style sheet works okay. Apologies in advance - I'm not sure if my explanation of the problems makes much

Re: [WSG] Style Switcher and IE

2004-03-08 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
Jaime I use the same method at www.brighton.ac.uk/adc-ltsn/new - enter the site and use the style sheet switcher there. Does it work for you? Are you using an external javascript file? Check the javascript is in the right place and that you have uploaded the javascript to the server (sounds

Re: [WSG] Style Switcher and IE

2004-03-08 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
Works in Safari 1.2 on a Mac FWIW (though the difference in styles is quite subtle? - I usually make text bright pink while I'm testing just so I know it's working ;-) Ignore my earlier message re javascript file as it's obviously in the right place. On 8 Mar 2004, at 18:08, Jaime Wong wrote:

Re: [WSG] Style Switcher and IE

2004-03-08 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
The same method wouldn't work when I was testing my site locally, but would work when I uploaded to a server (reverse of you) - so it might be something to do with security in either your IE or your PC. Try setting them to lowest level for a few minutes and see what happens. On 8 Mar 2004, at

Re: [WSG] Style Switcher and IE

2004-03-08 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
Layout breaks in IE 5.2 for Mac OS x and doesn't view at all in Netscape 7 on the same platform. HTH JB On 8 Mar 2004, at 18:08, Jaime Wong wrote: Can someone with IE kindly go to www.sodesires.com to have a look at the site and try to change the style and see if it remembers the style when

Re: [WSG] Accessibility checkers for Mac (OS X)

2004-03-09 Thread Jonathan Baldwin
If you're using Dreamweaver, then Lift is an option: http://www.usablenet.com/products_services/lift_dw/lift_dw.html On 9 Mar 2004, at 02:10, Ian Lloyd wrote: downloadable tool for Mac OS X to check accessibility in any way? * The discussion