[WSG] Is it ok? Does it break?

2004-01-19 Thread Paul
. Paul. P.S Great list, and thanks to all the people who post the links to articles. I didnt know CSS until a few weeks ago. And the last site I did was about 4-5 years ago all in tables J Paul. Jeweller / Part time web dev guy.

[WSG] Help - newbie

2005-01-19 Thread Paul
start for tips on accessibility and standards compliance. Thanks for any help. Paul

RE: [WSG] Help - newbie

2005-01-19 Thread Paul
/wu/index13.php) that is coming under fire ( no need to rehash how bad the code is, the client has already informed me :-) ) How do you achieve the same spacing, and the forever repeating background on the header! Ahh ! Thanks for all your help, This forum is awesome! Paul -Original Message

[WSG] .php extension

2005-01-20 Thread Paul
I have a template that I have created and am creating all my pages from that. I have named this file x.html but when I try and rename it to x.php, because I have some dynamic content on it, nothing displays. Any ideas why this happens ? Paul -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [WSG] .php extension

2005-01-20 Thread Paul
extension You have to edit your httpd.conf file to process files of the .html suffix. Look for the line: AddType application/x-httpd-php .php make it: AddType application/x-httpd-php .html .php Easy!! ~Dave Paul wrote: I have a template that I have created and am creating all my pages from

[WSG] Areamaps

2005-01-20 Thread Paul
3:01 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] .php extension Paul wrote: I have a template that I have created and am creating all my pages from that. I have named this file x.html but when I try and rename it to x.php, because I have some dynamic content on it, nothing displays. Any

[WSG] IE 6 will not pick up background image

2005-01-21 Thread Paul
Okay I have a page (http://www.m5i.com/m5hr/new/test.php), when I cross-browser check IE will not pick up the background image. Is this a syntax error, do you have to declare the background object a couple different ways ? Paul

[WSG] center in IE

2005-01-26 Thread Paul
; border:none; } Anyone have any ideas ? Would it make any sense to make 2 different style sheets ? Cheers Paul

[WSG] moving elements

2005-01-26 Thread Paul
Title: Message If a user increases or decreases the text size on the page, how do I ensure elements maintain their spacing ? ex. http://www.speakupnow.ca/4Life/english/test.php, I want the menu graphic ( 4 red points ) to move downward if the text size is increased. Thanks

[WSG] Line spacing in MAC

2005-02-04 Thread Paul
Title: Message Page: http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/index.php Problem, why is the line spacing erratic in MAC, I have line-height set to auto Much thanks for a quick response. Paul

[WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-04 Thread Paul
Title: Message I have tried a number of sites that show how to make lists so they won't indent yet my list keeps indenting on MACs, does anyone know a definitive solution ? For your reference the page I am playing with is, http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/meetingrooms1.php Cheers Paul

RE: [WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-04 Thread Paul
Paul Paul- Assuming an Unordered list, try the following: ul { padding: 0; margin: 0; list-style: none; } Regards, Ron ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some

RE: [WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-04 Thread Paul
Thanks Vicki I will take a look at those margins but the problem I am currently after is only happening when I view on a MAC, the links in the body, everything after the 1st link indents 20-30 px to the rightvery frustrating. Cheers Paul -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-04 Thread Paul
Just did, on the UL class as well as the li class, no luck -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Iain Gardiner Sent: Friday, February 04, 2005 2:18 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] List Indenting Have you tried text-indent:

RE: [WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-06 Thread Paul
Cheers, Paul -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Vicki Berry Sent: Friday, February 04, 2005 3:25 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] List Indenting Hi Paul, Ah, gotcha now. I wasn't seeing the problem as I was viewing

RE: [WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-06 Thread Paul
Sorry to be badgering the indented list but I have just put only the lists into my container and have the same properties for both lists, just different names, yet one indents and one does not. Anyone, anyone ? Page for reference: http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/index1.php Ha ha, Paul -Original

RE: [WSG] List Indenting

2005-02-06 Thread Paul
Perfect, Thanks Sarah! -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sarah Wedde Sent: Sunday, February 06, 2005 4:20 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] List Indenting On 2/7/05 8:14 AM, Paul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry

[WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Paul
there is no stand pat answer but I would like to know what particular people use and if there is a common thinking. Just curious, Cheers Paul ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail

[WSG] Aligning bullets

2005-02-07 Thread Paul
Title: Message My bullets are lining up at the bottom of the li ( see: http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/audiovideo.php) ? Is there a property I can set to align:top ? Paul

[WSG] More with the link bullets

2005-02-08 Thread Paul
Title: Message So I tried using the bullet image as a background on the li and it seemed to work in IE 6 but not Firefox or MAC IE5.1, can anyone take a gander and let me know what they think http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/audiovideo.php Cheers Paul

[WSG] Tentative validation

2005-02-08 Thread Paul
Title: Message When I am validating I always seem to only tentatively validate ( i.e http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/audiovideo.php) , is there something I can add to my code to make it fully validate? Paul

RE: [WSG] Tentative validation

2005-02-09 Thread Paul
differ from what I am using, besides replacing Strict with Transitional. Paul -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Isac Backlund Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 6:44 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Tentative validation Paul

[WSG] DHTML scrolling list in css

2005-02-09 Thread Paul
right off the page, anyone use, see anything like this before ? I am looking around the net and not having any luck finding a work around. Thanks, Paul

[WSG] Links not working in MAC

2005-02-10 Thread Paul
Title: Message Hello all, I have a page, http://www.m5i.com/m5hr/test.php, with a scroller but the links do not work in MAC IE 51, anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance, Paul

[WSG] Pages reloading

2005-02-14 Thread Paul
then I am doing to make it more consistently fluid in it's reloading? 2) how do I tell my client that this is how it is ? thanks for any help, Paul

RE: [WSG] Pages reloading

2005-02-14 Thread Paul
] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Patrick H. Lauke Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 1:11 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Pages reloading Paul wrote: 1) is there any better way to get around this problem then I am doing to make it more consistently fluid in it's

[WSG] Firefox usemap

2005-03-01 Thread Paul
Title: Message Have a page, checks XHTML 1.0 Transitional valid but Firefox is not picking up the usemap, any ideas? http://www.speakupnow.ca/wu/meetingrooms.php thanks Paul

[WSG] Centering

2005-04-05 Thread Paul
Title: Message Hi hope this isn't too simple a question but what am I missing in trying to get the menu_table to center on this page...http://www.kinggeorgev.ca/test_1.php Thanks, Paul Paul Gauci Director, Internet Development m5i.com t: 709.753.6227 f: 709.754.3990 m: 709.687.2617

[WSG] margin:auto not working on MAC

2005-04-06 Thread Paul
://www.kinggeorgev.ca/test_1.php.. Any help is greatly appreciated. Paul

Re: [WSG] horizontal nav bar nightmare

2004-02-10 Thread Paul Ross
Roger, I am getting a 404 page not found with that URL. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co Quoting [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Here is the site: www.desertstandard.net/YV/ - This mail sent through IMP: http://horde.org/imp

[WSG] CSS/XHTML NavBar and IE6

2004-02-12 Thread Paul Ross
and bottom of the navbar of maybe 5px. Any ideas why? Also, there is a significant delay on mouseover depending on the browser used. The rollover state doesn't seem to load until a user rolls over the button hot spot. Can this be sped up somehow? Any help appreciated. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket

[WSG] IE 6 not behaving (again)

2004-02-16 Thread Paul Ross
Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au - This mail sent through IMP: http://horde.org/imp/ * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

[WSG] IE6 and 3 pixel out

2004-02-25 Thread Paul Ross
the graphics and the right edge of the div. You can also see this happening over on the left hand side on the shot of the building. Can someone with better knowledge of how to hack for IE see what is going on? Many thanks from Mr Exasperated. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co

[WSG] turning back to the dark side...

2004-03-04 Thread Paul Ross
to the conclusion that IE does not like the pixel perfect dimensions and is (for some reason) saying the graphics are too big for the container. I have tried the Tan Hack and the Holly Hack which fix half the issues but am still seeing errors. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http

Re: [WSG] font-family : what fonts do you set as default?

2004-03-07 Thread Paul Ross
this as I work at the Font Factory in my day job. Verdana and Georgia were developed by Matthew Carter (commissioned by Microsoft) and were specially designed to be readable on screens/monitors. For that reason alone they should be first choice in style sheets IMO. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket

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

2004-03-08 Thread Paul Ross
still as it also includes a link to Cynthia Says. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au - This mail sent through IMP: http://horde.org/imp/ * The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] turning back to the dark side...

2004-03-08 Thread Paul Ross
). Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au - This mail sent through IMP: http://horde.org/imp/ * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ *

RE: [WSG] Purpose of this mailing list

2004-03-09 Thread Paul Ross
implode in on itself and the noise traffic become too much to handle. I would suggest that you think of switching to a forum based website much like the excellent http://forums.australianinfront.com.au/Default.aspx Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au

Re: [WSG] New CSS site

2004-03-11 Thread Paul Ross
too. Great work. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au Quoting Universal Head [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi all Just about to be officially announced, my new fully CSS/XHTML 1.0 Trans site, and the smoothest experience I've had with css so far: http

Re: [WSG] small screen rendering tools (plus other useful things)

2004-03-14 Thread Paul Ross
Thanks for posting that James. Further info: you can do this if you are using Opera 7. Just go View Small Screen. You'll get a simulation of how the page looks on a handheld PDA device. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co \\Quoting James Ellis [EMAIL PROTECTED]: quote: Disruptive

[WSG] CSS version of onfocus onblur for form fields

2004-04-19 Thread Paul Ross
and onblur commands but was wondering if there was a better, more accessible (?) way using just CSS. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm

Re: [WSG] resources for media=print?

2004-05-04 Thread Paul Ingraham
Thanks John, Chris, Justin. I'll do the recommended reading. I knew it had to be out there, and undoubtedly I could have found it on my own -- but it's handy to be directed to the best choices right off. Cheers, Paul On 5/3/04 6:13 PM, Justin French [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 04/05/2004

Re: [WSG] small css question

2004-04-27 Thread Paul Ingraham
Thanks John and Nelson. Hey Paul, I just realized that I was incorrect saying that you can apply text-align: center; directly to the image. If would have to be wrapped in another tag, with that rule applied to the parent. So it looks the answer to my original question is, Yes, to center

Re: [WSG] small css question

2004-04-27 Thread Paul Ingraham
for. Thanks! I am only an egg. This has been a good (and useful) introduction to the list. Cheers, Paul p.s. I'll buy a beer for the first person who correctly identifies the egg reference. :-) Of course, you'll have to come to Vancouver

Re: [WSG] small css question

2004-04-27 Thread Paul Ingraham
guesses. It was more about who would get it first. And unfortunately no beer for you this time, Noa, because Scott Parsons in Sydney beat you to it by half an hour. ;-) Anyway, sliding off topic here... thanks again for the help everyone! Paul

Re: [WSG] small css question

2004-04-28 Thread Paul Ingraham
a look at this: http://www.browsercam.com/public.aspx?proj_id=61584 Wow, that's handy! Paul * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list

Re: [WSG] small css question

2004-04-28 Thread Paul Ingraham
to make your pages look like anything at all in the old ones! Paul p.s. Entirely by coincidence, Russ, I spent the hour between my question and your reply reading Floatutorials and Listutorials at your website. Made the connection between you and there just a moment ago. What are the odds? ;-) Small

[WSG] my second simple css question

2004-04-28 Thread Paul Ingraham
into an inline object, but that caused chaos. Am I making any sense? Does anyone know what I'm after... and how to do it? Thanks in advance. Paul * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail

Re: [WSG] Dropdowns in IE

2004-04-28 Thread Paul Ross
have to do some tweaking but that will fix most of your IE problems. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au - This mail sent through IMP: http://horde.org/imp

Re: [WSG] my second simple css question

2004-04-28 Thread Paul Ingraham
that some of the large paragraph flows above as well as beside it. Should be easy, I'd think. I tried changing the top margin, of course, but that just pushes it downwards without the adjacent paragraph flowing into the space above the sidebar. Paul Do you have a picture or URL? Then we can grok

Re: [WSG] my second simple css question

2004-04-28 Thread Paul Ingraham
://www.vancouvermassage.ca/screenshot2.jpg How the devil can I push the top edge downwards AND have the document content flow above as well as beside it...? It's so easy with an img! Paul On 4/28/04 7:34 PM, Darian Cabot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Off the top of my head, here's an example... *** In your

Re: [WSG] my second simple css question

2004-04-29 Thread Paul Ingraham
the wrapping text seems to accommodate changes in the BOTTOM margin of the sidebar just fine. So why on earth can't the flowing text work with an altered TOP margin? If I can't build what I want, I hope to at least understand why! Paul On 4/29/04 4:02 AM, Kristof Neirynck [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [WSG] Pre-Site Launch Input

2004-04-29 Thread Paul Ingraham
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Re: [WSG] code 4 son of suckerfish to work on Mac IE browser

2004-07-12 Thread Paul Burchfield
Bruce, I think this might be what you are looking for: http://www.htmldog.com/ptg/archives/50.php#comment17 -Paul B. On Jul 12, 2004, at 10:41 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A short while back, I believe someone posted work around code in order for the son of suckerfish drop down menu to work

Re: [WSG] commonly used order of styles within a css class

2004-09-04 Thread Paul Novitski
alphabetically because I suspect I'd constantly interrupting my thought processes of semantic and graphic organization to recall how property names are spelled -- whereas alphabetization might come as second nature to someone else with a differently wired brain. Paul

Re: [WSG] Overflow on select or options

2004-09-12 Thread Paul Novitski
to accommodate its option text, so won't you get what you want if you don't specify a width? Paul ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ Proud presenters of Web Essentials 04 http://we04.com/ Web standards, accessibility

Re: [WSG] Overflow on select or options

2004-09-12 Thread Paul Novitski
not look good with the Macintosh's rounded style so a better solution is needed. Paul ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ Proud presenters of Web Essentials 04 http://we04.com/ Web standards, accessibility, inspiration

Re: [WSG] Footer stuff

2004-09-20 Thread Paul Novitski
class=delimititem 3/li liitem 4/li /ul This is, in fact, flagging presentation in HTML, so we haven't advanced much if any from the old school. Any suggestions for how to exit the box? Paul ** The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] CSS rules quirks database

2004-09-23 Thread Paul Novitski
such properties as margin padding. There are certain phenomena that occur when several properties and elements interact, and it would be great to be able to find out what the database knows about, say, a UL nested inside a DIV when its LIs have float: left. Onward~ Paul

Re: [WSG] Mac Tools Kit for Web Standards Developer

2004-10-10 Thread Paul Connolley
in comparison to things like WS_FTP on Windows. Transmit is quite nice but is as good an FTP client as Fugu or Cyberduck. Combine this with the fact that they both work with SEE (SubEthaEdit), in that it combines SFTP functions with the editor, I don't need a website management program. -- Paul

Re: [WSG] Mac Tools Kit for Web Standards Developer

2004-10-10 Thread Paul Connolley
Kevin Futter wrote: SubethaEdit is impressive, especially given that it's free, and it comes with a bunch of preset 'pretty print' modules for code colouring in a number of syntaxes.[snip] Paul Connolley wrote: Transmit is quite nice but is as good an FTP client as Fugu or Cyberduck. [snipped me

Re: [WSG] Short way to change background colors on CSS sheet?

2004-10-13 Thread Paul Connolley
and use it in the id attribute (body id=newnameforthispage). Within your CSS, you can refer to the id with: #newnameforthispage. -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] Are empty divs okay?

2004-09-29 Thread Paul Novitski
. If CSS isn't enabled, the text displays but not the image. Where this image replacement solution fails is in user agents in which CSS is enabled but images are suppressed. Paul ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ Proud

Re:_[WSG]_OL_or_UL? _It´s_rigth?

2004-10-04 Thread Paul Novitski
tdHere is a pparagraph tdHere's another cell /table ...would you say the paragraph was embedded in the TD, the TR, or the TABLE? It's in the TD, of course. Paul ** The discussion list for http

Re: Re[2]: [WSG] Table-style admin layouts

2004-10-05 Thread Paul Novitski
remain static. Paul ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

Re: [WSG] anchors within a page

2004-10-06 Thread Paul Novitski
is to #top. Here's a test page in which you can see how your various browsers behave. http://novitskisoftware.com/test/topofpageTest.html Paul ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail

[WSG] Help. 2 extra words breaks the page

2004-10-07 Thread Paul Burchfield
to the sodebar paragraph. Can anyone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong? If it helps, the CSS I'm using is at: http://www.love2tap.com/sidebar/css/asto_0404.css Thanks. -Paul B. ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http

Re: [WSG] Help. 2 extra words breaks the page

2004-10-08 Thread Paul Burchfield
Argh! It wasn't until early this morning that I remembered that I'd forgotten to mention that this seems to be specific to IE/Mac v5. Here are links to screenshots: http://www.love2tap.com/sidebar/fits.jpg http://www.love2tap.com/sidebar/bad.jpg -Paul B. On Oct 7, 2004, at 6:00 PM, Paul

Re: [WSG] Is XHTML harmful?

2004-10-08 Thread Paul Connolley
without fear of the parser misunderstanding where a declaration could have finished. [Snip] Paul Connolley wrote: You are talking about two distinctly different parsers. XHTML is a XML subset, HTML is an SGML subset. For example: [Snip example] In HTML it will not. With the SGML parser it knows

Re: [WSG] Urgent Help, why is site flaking out on Mac 5.2?

2004-10-17 Thread Paul Ross
. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au On Sat, 16 Oct 2004 17:38:39 -0500 (CDT), [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can you look at a site for me and tell me why it's degrading so badly under Mac 5.2? Working well on most other browsers that I've checked

[WSG] Suckerfish owning li ul tags

2004-10-21 Thread Paul Ross
son of suckerfish yet - maybe that has the same issue?? Regards - PAUL SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints

Re: [WSG] blockquote cite=what the?

2004-10-21 Thread Paul Connolley
it. -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

Re: [WSG] blockquote cite=what the?

2004-10-21 Thread Paul Connolley
On 22 Oct 2004, at 02:23, Paul Connolley wrote: [snip] consider the scenario of a screenreader user who skips from paragraph to paragraph, and ends up on the second paragraph of this [snip a whole load more] I'll reiterate that I see that I reiterated nothing. I've missed a bit out that I

Re: [WSG] blockquote cite=what the?

2004-10-21 Thread Paul Connolley
Patrick H. Lauke wrote: Paul Connolley wrote: This is a perfectly natural English language grammar. Sorry, wasn't advocating changing the writing style, but having a mechanism in place to unequivocally tie a CITE course to Q or BLOCKQUOTE My apologies also if I came across wrong. I agree

Re: [WSG] Semantics of Breadcrumb you are here links

2004-10-21 Thread Paul Connolley
is the plain vanilla ice cream to the choc chip css. -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some

[WSG] background image differences IE and Firefox

2004-11-04 Thread paul west
toapply styles tothe background...anybody got any ideas? Regards Paul West www.theexperiencenetwork.co.uk "Experience the Experience"

Re: [WSG] li problems in Firefox and Opera

2004-11-08 Thread Paul Connolley
can look at in order to see it in context. I could better offer advice this way. -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http

RE: [WSG] Site Check please

2004-11-10 Thread paul west
in fact it's 9.27am - we're back on GMT!! One final thing - it doesn't tell me how much it costs to stay there - I know if you have to ask you can't aford itbut I'd still like to know. Regards Paul West Experience the Experience -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto

RE: [WSG] discussion at juicy studio: It's all in the MIME

2004-11-10 Thread Paul Farrell
. Regards Paul Farrell ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

RE: [WSG] Screenshots wanted - can you help?

2004-11-11 Thread paul west
have you tried www.browsercam.com you get e free trial day...! Regards Paul West From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Morten Ohm ThalundSent: 11 November 2004 14:48To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: [WSG] Screenshots wanted - can you help? Hi peoples I'm desperate

[WSG] Vertical Alignment of Relatively Sized Text

2004-11-11 Thread Paul Farrell
. At the moment I have it set up so the header expands downwards as the text expands, and would be happy with this if I can't find a solution. I thought I would throw it up in this list in the off chance someone has a simple solution. Regards Paul Farrell

Re: [WSG] Site Critique

2004-11-12 Thread Paul Connolley
tidbits of info. -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list

[WSG] Sticky Drop Downs

2004-11-14 Thread Paul Farrell
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Regards Paul Farrell ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on posting to the list getting help **

RE: [WSG] Validate Inside Your Firewall

2004-11-14 Thread Paul Farrell
Another Firefox extension that has local validation tools (among many others) can be found here. http://www.chrispederick.com/work/firefox/webdeveloper/ Does anyone have any equally useful links (Thanks, John!) on evaluating accessability inside a firewall? Everything I've found assumes the

RE: [WSG] converting WORD text into clean XHTML

2004-11-22 Thread Paul Hempsall
XStandard will do this on-the-fly. It's a WYSIWYG editor plugin for CMSs, not a stand-alone product. http://www.xstandard.com/ Paul Hempsall Web Developer Lake Macquarie City Council Tel: (02) 4921 0713 Fax: (02) 4958 7257 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web: http://www.lakemac.com.au

[WSG] Weird CSS validation issue

2004-11-24 Thread Paul Hempsall
, Paul Hempsall Web Developer Lake Macquarie City CouncilTel: (02) 4921 0713Fax: (02) 4958 7257Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Web: http://www.lakemac.com.au This information is intended for the addressee only. The use, copying or distribution of this message or any information it contains, by anyone other

Re: [WSG] Sometimes you just cant help people ...

2004-11-24 Thread Paul Novitski
of the time. And better than proceeding by speculation and trial error, of course, would be to poll visually-impaired users to find out what metaphors wording they'd prefer. I imagine this has already been done...? Paul ** The discussion list

RE: [WSG] Weird CSS validation issue

2004-11-24 Thread Paul Hempsall
Title: Message Thanks all for your help. I removed all the media types, except for "screen", from my CSS link - this worked a treat. Ifixed my language to "en" not "em" while I was at it... thanks. Best Regards, Paul Hempsall Web Developer Lake Macquar

Re: [WSG] How exactly does IE fall short and where do I find standards-compatibility charts?

2004-11-29 Thread Paul Ross
That was the case but I use Firefox (and Safari) with no problems with my bank here in Australia (Westpac) Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au Just to add on, I'd been using Firefox since 6 months ago and it's my primary browser for everything except internet

Re: [WSG] Banking sites working (or not) with Firefox

2004-11-30 Thread Paul Ross
Can any WSG UK members confirm the situation for banks over there (Nat West, Barclays, Lloyds etc...). Contact me offlist if this is OT and I will post the results. Regards PAUL ROSS SkyRocket Design Co http://www.skyrocket.com.au

[WSG] Semantic Breadcrumbs

2004-12-03 Thread Paul Farrell
to site structure ? What are peoples opinions on this ? Are there better/more correct ways of doing this ? Which breadcrumb system is preferable in terms of accessability ? Regards Paul Farrell ** The discussion list for http

Re: [WSG] Info on correct semantics

2004-12-03 Thread Paul Novitski
agents, spiders, and other page-reading entities. Perhaps if your colleague could listen to a tag-less page with a screen reader he would be appalled by his own suggestion. Good luck, Paul ** The discussion list for http

RE: [WSG] Semantic Breadcrumbs

2004-12-03 Thread Paul Farrell
Yeah, I think I am leaning that way. In my case I will be using a breadcrumb as 'Where You Are' rather than 'How You Got Here'. I maybe thinking along the wrong lines... But unstyled markup would appear more intuitive (to me) as a string of links separated, for example, by a '' symbol. I guess

[WSG] List Item Separators

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
). It has changed the way I think about web design, and because of that, I feel there is something not quite right with the latter option. Can anyone flick me yet another pearl of wisdom ? Regards Paul Farrell ** The discussion list for http

RE: [WSG] List Item Separators

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
design, and because of that, I feel there is something not quite right with the latter option. Can anyone flick me yet another pearl of wisdom ? Regards Paul Farrell ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http

RE: [WSG] List Item Separators

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
Thankyou John, I should have known to go to ALA ! It really is a great site. *grin* That's what it's all about, Paul -- you're thinking along different lines now (no pun intended). I've been doing the same thing, and I love it! :) I found the following on A List Apart that you may

[WSG] New Windows

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
practice so long as it doesn't hamper accessability ? I have read an article on accessable popups/new windows at http://www.alistapart.com/articles/popuplinks/, which illustrates how one can go about it. What are peoples' thoughts ? Regards Paul Farrell

RE: [WSG] New Windows

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
content without clutter on 12/5/2004 11:06 PM Paul Farrell said the following: Hi All, Was after some opinions on forcing links to open in new windows. Hoping this isn't off topic. Not sure that its strictly 'standards' but more along the lines of accessability/usability, which

RE: [WSG] New Windows

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
Sorry, my apologies. It helps if I log in. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Paul Farrell Sent: Monday, 6 December 2004 10:25 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [WSG] New Windows Is there a link to the archives on the WSG site

RE: [WSG] Semantic Breadcrumbs

2004-12-05 Thread Paul Farrell
I now need the semantic markup for the can of worms I've opened. ;) Rick Faaberg wrote: If you leave any nodes out, you've lost your way. That's because your missing information; however, each individual link is unchanged. Again, a word isn't very useful outside the context of a

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