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] 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] 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

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 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

Re: [WSG] x-browser javascript: is this OT?

2004-12-15 Thread Paul Connolley
and subtopic with the select elements appearing after each post operation. I hope that wasn't too in-depth. *The select element in html which allows a single/multiple choice selection -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk

Re: [WSG] The Holy Grail ... CSS Liquid Three-Column Layout

2004-12-17 Thread Paul Connolley
am surprised that she hasn't made comment. -- 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

Re: [WSG] FOUC in Safari was Slow loading of CSS

2005-01-03 Thread Paul Connolley
(v125.12) Anyone else running Safari seeing this? I can also confirm that my PB G4 with 10.3.7 running Safari 1.2.4 (v125.12) doesn't encounter the FOUC at all. I have never seen one since my college days running IE 5.5 -- Paul Connolley - http://shunuk.co.uk

Re: [WSG] Still need help with the list style

2005-01-03 Thread Paul Connolley
seems to fix your problem, adherence to the specifications would or should be advised. Notwithstanding any bugs in the browsers, that is. -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list

Re: [WSG] Still need help with the list style

2005-01-03 Thread Paul Connolley
On 3 Jan 2005, at 22:38, Paul Connolley wrote: Notwithstanding any bugs in the browsers, that is. Which is the problem anyway. Specifying a list item element to have display : block means that no glyph should be rendered and that it should be just a box. Being overly explicit is for the benefit

Re: [WSG] Can I use a table in a form?

2005-01-13 Thread Paul Connolley
that is filled and submitted, on to traveler two. This seems to be the most usable method. -- Paul Connolley -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric - http://egocentric.co.uk ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] Building with scaling in mind

2005-01-28 Thread Paul Connolley
but not horizontally. You need to check the various layouts that he uses. There is an option to change the style to Liquid Bleach (I think). You will find that he does have a fluid layout. You just have to enable it. http://stopdesign.com/about/prefs/ There you go -- Paul Connolley SQL/Systems Programmer Egocentric

Re: [WSG] Re: XHTML Strict alternative to ol start=11

2005-02-08 Thread Paul Connolley
why you would use a Strict DTD where a transitional one is valid and works just as well? -- Paul Connolley AccessPlanIT LWDP Data Manager Phone 01524 389541, Email [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] quot; or in copy?

2005-02-17 Thread Paul Connolley
On 16 Feb 2005, at 22:16, Dmitry Baranovskiy wrote: Actually " is an inch symbol. For quotes we should use #147; and #148; in normal text. ″ - The double prime. U+2033. The inch ′ - The prime. U+2032. The foot http://mathworld.wolfram.com/DoublePrime.html

Re: [WSG] quot; or in copy?

2005-02-17 Thread Paul Connolley
. This doesn't imply that all of the four main html entities have to be encoded (, , , and ). Note this document originally applied to HTML but is as relevant to XHTML if you please. The only important consideration is that ampersands be encoded correctly in HTML and XHTML. -- Paul Connolley - http

Re: [WSG] Site Review: testdrive.fueladvance.com

2005-03-22 Thread Paul Connolley
) Non validating. You have a HTML in your supposedly validating XML document. You should check the w3c media type recommendations as you are sending your document as text/html and it shouldn't be. Perhaps you should try HTML 4.01 Strict. -- Paul Connolley - http://shunuk.co.uk