RE: [WSG] Re: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2004-05-20 Thread Webmaster
I agree. I actually tried to unsubscribe from the list so I could just view the list archive at my leisure. But if you unsubscribe the page reads: _ |_| Yes. Remove me from the mailing list and delete my membership. I did not want my membership revoked, I just can't weed through 100+ emails

[WSG] RE: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2005-06-13 Thread Webmaster
Sounds like something that should be dynamic. Maybe Macromedia will build it intot the next version of Dreamweaver. ;) The loveely people at I Love Jack Daniels havea handy refeerence sheet you may like but it's not quite what you're after.

[WSG] RE: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2005-06-13 Thread Webmaster
The URL is getting re-written or re-directed to http://survey.whatcanido.com.au/Survey/Index.contentand then I getthe magicalPage cannot be found error. From: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, 14 June 2005 2:55 PMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject:

[WSG] RE: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2005-06-23 Thread Webmaster
And there's also an open-source system now available at www.browsershots.org which won't cost you anything. From: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 22 June 2005 3:21 PMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

RE: [WSG] Page structure - navigation

2005-06-23 Thread Webmaster
I tend to agree. Navigation should come first with a skip link to content, OR content before naviagation but with a skip link to navigation. The display:none technique is pretty much the norm now for this screen reader issue. From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of

RE: [WSG] Picky, picky, picky

2005-06-26 Thread Webmaster
I hate to be a pedant but descendant selectors will return much better results. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Nick Gleitzman Sent: Saturday, 25 June 2005 7:21 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Picky, picky, picky On

RE: [WSG] Absolute position problem in IE

2005-06-26 Thread Webmaster
The site looks fine under IE6 on my PC. Nice job. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of tee Sent: Monday, 27 June 2005 12:19 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] Absolute position problem in IE I was working on a site that has 4

RE: [WSG] Absolute position problem in IE

2005-06-26 Thread Webmaster
Sorry tee. I see what you're saying. No, the links don't work. You've got his code for the current menu item: li id=activea href=# id=currentKarate Overview/a/li I would suggest you could incorporate your 'active' class into the 'current' class and so do away with one of them. This itself

RE: [WSG] input/text random background color in IE?

2005-06-27 Thread Webmaster
Hi Vaska, Could it be that you have the Google seearch bar installed on your browser? It automatically highlights fields that it can complete using the AutoFill feature. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Vaska.WSG Sent: Tuesday, 28 June

RE: [WSG] Survey of Accessible Websites in New Zealand and Australia

2005-06-27 Thread Webmaster
Hi Bruce, I'm currently working on a compete re-buld of our organisations website to conform with WACG guidelines, accepted usability, W3C/CSS etc etc, you know the drill. It has been bp0th challenging and rewarding. The dev site is now at a stage where content is being added and it should go

RE: [WSG] Image Thumnail Advice

2005-07-03 Thread Webmaster
Hi Cole, Your mistake can also be step 3. If you're on a Windows box then you're quite possibly dealing with conflicting image resolutions. If you create a new image in Photoshop you'll notice that it's most likely set to 72dpi. I believe Windwos default is 80(?). I then recommend using

RE: [WSG] SV: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2005-07-03 Thread Webmaster
On this note, does anyone know how to dynamically recreate all the other image alignment options currently available through HTML? E.g. absmiddle, text-top etc., or are we stuck with right/left and then margin settings? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: [WSG] font size in a table

2005-07-03 Thread Webmaster
Hi Hope, This was bugging me for ages too. I don't know _why_ it does it but my workaround to-date has simply been to implicitly set font-size for p, td and li. My table and list text usually display larger when I only set the font-size in the body element. I've asked this question before but is

RE: [WSG] font size in a table

2005-07-03 Thread Webmaster
PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Hope Stewart Sent: Monday, 4 July 2005 1:54 PM To: Web Standards Group Subject: Re: [WSG] font size in a table On 4/7/05 1:23 PM, Webmaster [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This was bugging me for ages too. I don't know _why_ it does it but my workaround to-date has simply been

RE: [WSG] semantically correct markup for pagination

2005-07-04 Thread Webmaster
Title: semantically correct markup for "pagination" In what language, Marco? This type of functionalityis built intoalmost anysite's search page. You can find examples of it everywhere. Using PHP you would just set a couple of variables and then perform anumrows count and repeat of the same

RE: [WSG] semantically correct markup for pagination

2005-07-04 Thread Webmaster
] On Behalf Of Patrick H. Lauke Sent: Tuesday, 5 July 2005 1:29 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] semantically correct markup for pagination Webmaster wrote: I wasn't aware this could be achieved dynamically using HTML. Nobody said anything about HTML creating the pagination links

Recall: [WSG] semantically correct markup for pagination

2005-07-04 Thread Webmaster
Webmaster would like to recall the message, [WSG] semantically correct markup for pagination. attachment: winmail.dat

RE: [WSG] base css

2005-07-04 Thread Webmaster
If I know the base font I'll set that and some default colours, then set a % text size in the body {}, to avoid any font-size setting smaller than 1em. Hi Heretic, please explain this. How does setting a % for text-size in body prevent the appearance of smaller than 1em font sizes? Is 100% a

[WSG] Firefox top margin

2005-07-24 Thread Webmaster
Hi guys, I'm sure this has been covered but it didn't appear in an archive search. How in blazes does one remove the top margin in Firefox? I've add 0px margin and padding to *, html, boday and my top DIV and still it persists. I've already tried removing the first hidden DIV and anchor to no

RE: [WSG] Proper IE Hacks

2005-08-08 Thread Webmaster
[sniff] You're not alone, Ted. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Drake, Ted C. Sent: Tuesday, 9 August 2005 9:34 AM To: 'wsg@webstandardsgroup.org' Subject: RE: [WSG] Proper IE Hacks Hi Al I didn't realize you were on the list. Your

RE: [WSG] Spacing Issue

2005-08-11 Thread Webmaster
Keep in mind that not many people here will want to help you sort out a design that uses tables for layout. Are we not being a bit classist? Although my current site rebuild is CSS heavy I have (after much struggling with a div-based header/3-column/footer layout that is accessible,

RE: [WSG] Spacing Issue

2005-08-11 Thread Webmaster
a div-based header/3-column/footer layout that is accessible. http://www.google.com/search?q=3+column+accessible+css+layout yields some good results... Sadly not. The search for a valid CSS/(X)HTML, hack-free, 3-column CSS layout continues. I'm still accepting offers for a solution. Even

RE: [WSG] Spacing Issue

2005-08-11 Thread Webmaster
If there's a tradeoff between tables or two hacks I'll take the two hacks. Hi Tatham, Looks good. I'll ignore the 'get over it' and move to accept your suggestion that a couple of hacks are acceptable. My only real issue with hacks is that they are not future proof. I see many sites not unlike

RE: [WSG] Spacing Issue

2005-08-11 Thread Webmaster
The search for a valid CSS/(X)HTML, hack-free, 3-column CSS layout continues. Thierry wrote: Did you see this one?: http://www.tjkdesign.com/articles/3cols/3cols/6.asp Again, nice. But negative margins are not a solution I enjoy and IE still requires scripting for height. The good news is

[WSG] Body text disappears in IE when window is maximised

2005-08-18 Thread Webmaster
Hi all, As promised I've been working away again creating a hack-free version of the Holy Grail 3-col layout. I have had some measure of success. The results can be viewd here for anyone who's interested. http://d81314.i50.quadrahosting.com.au/layout_test.htm I now ask the list's help in

RE: [WSG] Body text disappears in IE when window is maximised

2005-08-18 Thread Webmaster
Lindsay, you're a champion. Modifying the class itself was also required but your solution worked. Thank you, too, Ingo. I have kept your suggestion in mind for other eventualities of this kind. Does the structure of the CSS and layout seem solid enough? I'm very interested in getting feedback

[WSG] Disappearing conent in middle column

2005-09-19 Thread Webmaster
Hi all, Another bizarre IE bug. I've searched and searched and can find nothing suitable to fix this. The content in the centre column (i.e. the main content) of my site template disappears on page load. It reappears as soon as you rollover any link, or drag over the body text itself. This is a

RE: [WSG] Disappearing conent in middle column

2005-09-19 Thread Webmaster
@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] Disappearing conent in middle column Are you applying "clear:both;" to these divs? On 9/20/05, Webmaster [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all,Another bizarre IE bug. I've searched and searched and can find nothing suitable to fix this.The content in

RE: [WSG] Disappearing conent in middle column

2005-09-19 Thread Webmaster
Of Andreas Boehmer [Addictive Media] Sent: Tuesday, 20 September 2005 2:22 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] Disappearing conent in middle column -Original Message- From: Webmaster [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, 20 September 2005 2:03 PM To: wsg

RE: [WSG] Clearleft.com

2005-09-20 Thread Webmaster
Dodge the bad and just watch all the good, Andy. It's a great site. It's visual simplicity belies the efforts you've gone to in creating it. I love the testimonial blockquote styling. Tray shiek. I've gotta tell you though, I did notice a few clear: rights in those stylesheets. :) One curious

RE: [WSG] Clearleft.com

2005-09-20 Thread Webmaster
Oh, one small encoding issue (?) which came up as well. For some reason I'm getting the HTML entity and not the in the text below. Download and complete our client worksheet, and weapos;ll send you a proposal within a week. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: [WSG] two background images + fixed width layout

2005-09-20 Thread Webmaster
Tee, I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to achieve but why don't you just try nesting a couple of divs and giving them a background image each? The following example illustrates the idea and would visually display a three column layout. Of course, you could use and combination of images and

RE: [WSG] two background images + fixed width layout

2005-09-20 Thread Webmaster
Hi, Sorry for my poor English :( This is what I want : http://lxm.lotusseeds.com/example.gif Ah, yes. That helps. It's tricky but do-able. The trick will be using GIFs with transparency. All very accessible. And this requires fluid layout? Not at all. In fact, fixed layout would probably

RE: [WSG] ol displaying 3.1 3.2 etc. instead of 1 2 3

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
The far simpler way would be simpy to use: ol start=3 type=1li class=MsoNormalText/lili class=MsoNormalText/lili class=MsoNormalText/li/ol Works in IE and Firefox. Probably all the others too. From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of James EllisSent: Wednesday,

RE: [WSG] ol displaying 3.1 3.2 etc. instead of 1 2 3

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
The far simpler way would be simpy to use: ol start=3 type=1li class=MsoNormalText/lili class=MsoNormalText/lili class=MsoNormalText/li/ol Works in IE and Firefox. Probably all the others too. From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of James EllisSent: Wednesday,

RE: [WSG] Clearleft.com

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
If it was spinning, the name clear:left would have to change to clear:right at every 180 degrees. or clear:both :o) You guys are just s 80s. ;) ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

RE: [WSG] controlling font size in form text box

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
Janelle, I'm gonna take a stab in the dark and assume that the difficulty you've been having is a result of the much-discussed and lightly documented IE font-size bug. As stated in previous posts, simplygive your html or body tag a font-size of 100.01% and then use ems (preferably) for any

RE: [WSG] controlling font size in form text box

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
Another cool tool, which is free, is Screen Ruler. http://www.spadixbd.com/freetools/jruler.htm It's only limitation IMO is that is can only measure in pixels, inches, picas and centimeters. The developer is the type of guy that would happily add other units however. Especially for the sake of

RE: [WSG] controlling font size in form text box

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
Janelle Clemens wrote: using em was way to inconsistent cross browser. Janelle, another thing to consider when using ems and % for your font-size is to also apply these units to your layout (header, columns etc.). This way everything will flow just beautifully when resized. You need to get

RE: [WSG] keyboard onclick activation on Mac

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
Patrick H. Lauke quoth: Or, if you must, and your audience does include Mac users, write your own little javascript filter function to ignore TAB before activating whatever behaviour is in the onclick. And indeed one for the Enter key. I guess the point I was trying ot make is that these

RE: [WSG] ol displaying 3.1 3.2 etc. instead of 1 2 3

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
Be nice. It's a common enough solution. MS don't get absolutely everything wrong, you know. :P -Original Message- From: Patrick H. Lauke MsoNormal? Somebody's been exporting from Word, eh? ;) Webmaster wrote: The far simpler way would be simpy to use: ol start=3 type=1 li class

RE: [WSG] Konqueror and Galeon issues

2005-09-21 Thread Webmaster
[edit edit] Doh! [edit] I did, of course, mean should I apply a .clearfix style to each parent div and NOT the all-encompassing hack below. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Webmaster Sent: Thursday, 22 September 2005 12:52 PM To: wsg

[WSG] WE05 - who's going?

2005-09-26 Thread Webmaster
So who's going to the Web Essnetials conference this week? Anyone interested in a group catch-up? I thought it might be nice to put some faces to all these names. ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

RE: [WSG] WE05 - who's going?

2005-09-27 Thread Webmaster
@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] WE05 - who's going? I'm going, see you there. Grant -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Webmaster Sent: Tuesday, 27 September 2005 2:19 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] WE05 - who's going

RE: [WSG] Hiding Headings

2005-09-27 Thread Webmaster
Don't both these solutions still have the same issue with Firefox's ability to drag content areas? Has display:none become un-PC of late? From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Christian MontoyaSent: Wednesday, 28 September 2005 12:53 PMTo:

RE: [WSG] Hiding Headings

2005-09-27 Thread Webmaster
Oh, great. So my skip links shouldn't be inside such a div then? :* So I have now changed the top of my page code to read: !-- old browser help -- div class=hide pThis site will look much better in a browser that supports a href=http://www.webstandards.org/upgrade/; title=Download a

Re: [WSG] Images as DIV Background with and without link (w3c friendly)

2006-01-04 Thread webmaster
Hi Fausto, To cut things short: there is nothing wrong with images used as background via CSS as long as theses images are used as layout and not to give meaningful pieces of information to the visitors. You may end up confusing people who use text-only or speech devices. Read this article

Re: [WSG] New to Standards.

2006-01-04 Thread webmaster
Try this: www.w3schools.com It helped me a lot in the beginning. Cheers Paolo

Re: [WSG] Jello Mold not working right in IE/Win

2006-01-10 Thread webmaster
#sizer {width:_expression_(document.body.clientWidth 1554 ? 402px : 75% );} I would prefer not to have to fiddle with the proportions of the buttons just for IE, so would it be possible for someone to translate that _expression_ into plain english for me so I can fiddle with the numbers

[WSG] Correct structure of lists with headers

2007-04-06 Thread Webmaster
Hi everyone, I read some tutorials about lists but i don't find how make good structure list that have headers. How i make this list? Which are the best option? I think do it like it: OPTION 1: ul lih1Phrase Header/h1/li li ul lih2Phrase header/h2/li liPhrase

RE: [WSG] HELP with CSS

2007-07-26 Thread WebMaster
Hello Olajide, Actually yuors is a pretty simple fix. Lose the blockquotes and p tags and include your text and graphix inside your div with your thumbnail. Create a class called .leftimg { float:left; } In your style and then call it from yourimage tag class=leftimg A working example

[WSG] finally a mailing list thats perfect!

2004-05-27 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Awesome a mailing list that i wanted. Hi, - im t94xr www.t94xr.net.nz

Re: [WSG] CSS editor

2004-05-28 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Not free, but you could do a lot worse than Top Style 3. It combines HTML editing and CSS. Wriiten by the creator of Homsite. Topstyle Pro 3.10 Pro is a better bet. Even tho there are copies floating around the net - one even on FOSIs site where ever that is. I purchased mine, I strongly

Re: [WSG] Should web standards cost more?

2004-05-31 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
www.MACCAWS.org Thats a good reason to produce standards compliant websites. I recently had one job which the coding was easy, the actual complexity of the detail which was so high it was just a to big a job for me to do :( But the person who offered me the job, saw my site and emailed me. What

Re: [WSG] Should web standards cost more?

2004-05-31 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
www.MACCAWS.org Thats a good reason to produce standards compliant websites. I recently had one job which the coding was easy, the actual complexity of the detail which was so high it was just a to big a job for me to do :( But the person who offered me the job, saw my site and emailed me. What

Re: [WSG] Safe Web colors

2004-06-01 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Greetings Useing a safe web colors, is it a standard? is it a Must? No, as most users have full high color resolutions. But if your website is primarily visiited by computers that cant reach high color levels, then yeah. but otherwise its accessability shoshing over with design issues. the

Re: [WSG] Safe Web colors

2004-06-01 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
alot of colors might be hmm bright is it considered to be out of accessability ? On Wed, 2 Jun 2004 00:12:39 +1200, t94xr.net.nz webmaster [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings Useing a safe web colors, is it a standard? is it a Must? No, as most users have full high color

Re: [WSG] Page causes win IE4 to crash

2004-06-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
http://www.danvine.com/iecapture/ does this help? Camz - Original Message - From: Neerav [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WSG [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 10:06 PM Subject: [WSG] Page causes win IE4 to crash Hi I was just testing http://www.bhatt.id.au/test.php on the

Re: [WSG] Page causes win IE4 to crash

2004-06-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
for newly entered pages to test ... hope I didnt do anything to it. t94xr.net.nz webmaster wrote: http://www.danvine.com/iecapture/ does this help? Camz - Original Message - From: Neerav [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WSG [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 10:06 PM

Re: [WSG] accessibility feedback

2004-06-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Andreas Boehmer wrote: Hi guys,I was wondering whether you could give me some feedback on a website we havecreated: http://www.jet.org.au.We have tried to make it as accessible as possible, but better than anyBobby or W3C validation is probably going through your critique. We

Re: [WSG] At last - here are the dollars in web standards.

2004-06-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
If this doesn't convince a web professional to take a serious look at these standards nothing will. and MACCAWS ( www.MACCAWS.org ) doesnt do this? Camz * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] At last - here are the dollars in web standards.

2004-06-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I found it quite a good read... - Original Message - From: Mordechai Peller To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 1:04 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] At last - here are the dollars in web standards. t94xr.net.nz webmaster wrote: If this doesn't

Re: [WSG] At last - here are the dollars in web standards.

2004-06-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
. Cheers Mike Kear Windsor, NSW, Australia AFP Webworks http://afpwebworks.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of t94xr.net.nz webmaster Sent: Thursday, 3 June 2004 10:22 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] At last - here

Re: [WSG] SkillSwap

2004-06-03 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
can you get it in New Zealand? Camz - Original Message - From: Mark Harwood [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 11:55 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] SkillSwap Still kinda Useful info! Phunky * The

Re: [WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-04 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I would recommend you do both - have a standards compliant accessable site, but include an interactive area. A xhtml/css php/mysql"photobook" with the club at certian nights - preferably the peak holiday periods. Give them the best of both worlds. a quick loading site with an area where

Re: RE:[WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-05 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Title: RE:[WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment I played around with flash - in a wk i made blue box move from one side to another :D!! - Original Message - From: Sean M. Hall AKA Dante To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 6:14 PM Subject:

Re: [WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-05 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Don't get suckered into the myth that standards based web sites can't look as good as old-school tag soup sites. That's what people who can't be bothered learning something new use as an argument. Quite true but they dont have the interactivity as flash does. flash isnt good for hte main

Re: RE:[WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment

2004-06-05 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Title: RE:[WSG] Standards Compliance -vs- User Enjoyment Wooops the link in the other email is actually... http://www.taupowebdesigns.co.nz/ sorry :$ Camz www.t94xr.net.nz

Re: [WSG] Centering a liquid grid of image thumbs and captions

2004-06-06 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
- Original Message - From: Nick Gleitzman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2004 9:42 PM Subject: Re: [WSG] Centering a liquid grid of image thumbs and captions I have a 400MHz iMac you can have for $300 - that's less than a software upgrade. I'll even

Re: [WSG] What Editors do you guys use?

2004-06-06 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Subject: Re: [WSG] What Editors do you guys use? hmm Topstyle Pro 3.10 - CSS Dreamweaver MX 2004 7.01 - XHTML/PHP Browsers Mozilla 1.7 RC1 IE 6 SP1 Opera 7.50 http://www.danvine.com/icapture/ Safari testing... http://www.danvine.com/iecapture/ IE 6/5.5/5/4, Firefox Opera

Re: [WSG] Many Browers in one place

2004-06-07 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
VMware is my second bet or Virtual PC Camz - Original Message - From: Amit Karmakar [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2004 12:19 AM Subject: [WSG] Many Browers in one place People, My apologoes in advance if this has been discussed earlier. I know

Re: [WSG] IE 7 Promo Images

2004-06-07 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Title: [WSG] IE 7 Promo Images Im having trouble understanding how you think IE7 would be broken?! I wouldnt abuse IE7 to be broken without it actually being released yet. It might shock you ;) Microsoft have said their putting more time and manpower into IE7 than previous versions...

Re: [WSG] Standard Hacks?

2004-06-09 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Hacks are for the Cowbot webdesigner who hasnt done his job right in the first place! ( or for a client thats given too much hassle and not enough cash to make the recode cost effective! ;] ) quite true - but there are hacks that are used to counteract behavours in browsers. Camz

Re: [WSG] KHTML ??

2004-06-10 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
just in the art of humur? What is Google? Camz :D - Original Message - From: Michael Zeltner [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 6:26 AM Subject: Re: [WSG] KHTML ?? Am 10.06.2004 um 15:10 schrieb Jad Madi: guys what is KHTML ? please use

Re: [WSG] KHTML ??

2004-06-10 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
LOL - Original Message - From: Nick Gleitzman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 7:12 AM Subject: Re: [WSG] KHTML ?? On Friday, June 11, 2004, at 06:56 PM, t94xr.net.nz webmaster wrote: just in the art of humur? What is Google? Camz :D

Re: [WSG] KHTML ??

2004-06-10 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
RE: [WSG] KHTML ??*shakes head* I bet you guys are among the few that find Steve Martin films funny, right? :) Well we do try :D And whos Steve Martin? Camz * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] First table-free site

2004-06-11 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I'm new to this list and this is my first post. I'm trying to produce my first table-free website - tables have been my very dear friends in the past! Yes, leaving tables behind gratefuly comes with the knowledge that you've reached a level of CSS knowledge and skill to achieve that. I did

Re: [WSG] new layout/design

2004-06-12 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Source code and accessibility: - Do you really need all those nested div's? I have it because IE wont center the DIV, so I need the nested DIV to have a text-align:center in there... Have you tried using margin: 0px auto; for cetering divs? Camz www.t94xr.net.nz

Re: [WSG] Interesting reading

2004-06-14 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I can't believe y'all are taking this guy seriously enough to even comment - it's pretty obvious to this newbie to css standards, he's trolling - he got you ~ I think enough has been said about his dubious commentaries ~ let it go - please Marie About Certified XHTML Developer - Level 1

Re: [WSG] overflow: auto;

2004-06-15 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Title: Re: [WSG] overflow: auto; Doesnt it?! http://www.danvine.com/icapture/detail/51923.html works ok on iCapture?

Re: [WSG] overflow: auto;

2004-06-15 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
www.t94xr.net.nz/plinks/ http://www.t94xr.net.nz/plinks/ Camz I meant to say I get the scrollbars but no arrow buttons to use for scrolling. Rick Faaberg Can you use your wheel on the mouse? Camz * The discussion list for

Re: [WSG] ALPHA Testers Needed

2004-06-16 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I agree I think Topstyle is the program you should have a go to try and beat mate. Although its pretty hard, it has a cult following the guys talented And Macromedia was focrced to put heaps of focus on Dreamweavers CSS capabilites cuz TS is the CSS GOD. Its pretty hard to beat. You prepared

Re: [WSG] Have stared too long

2004-06-16 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I wouldnt bother with Netscape 7.1 Valdiation. Rebuild your site somewhat so it works in Opera IE Mozilla 1.6+ Netscape hasnt got long left till it passes on. Camz. www.t94xr.net.nz - Original Message - From: Veine K Vikberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June

Re: [WSG] XHTML Transitional - Strict

2004-06-17 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Title: XHTML Transitional -> Strict Strict isnt much different from Trrans no a target="_blank" theres a _javascript_ replacement. other than theres a cuopkle of things but W3C will tell you about them. Simple. Camz www.t94xr.net.nz - Original Message - From: Jamie Mason

Re: [WSG] Recommended Books

2004-06-22 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
HTML XHTML - The Definitive Guide 5th Edition (O'Reilly-2002) O'Reilly Cascading Style Sheets The Definitive Guide New Riders - Speed Up Your Site- 1st Ed 2003 [CHM] Website Analysis Reporting Generally anything I mean ANYTHING of Eric Meyers Camz

Re: [WSG] Mac testers please

2004-06-22 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could be so kind as to test my site using IE for Mac 5+ and Safari http://www.v2.shockmedia.com.au Thanks. Damn, forget the rest of the site - put her as the only thing on the page and you'll have everyone still agreeing its a great site.

Re: [WSG] Unsubscribe

2004-06-23 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
He has a good valid point. - Original Message - From: Paulo Rodrigo Teixeira To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 24, 2004 3:14 AM Subject: [Norton AntiSpam] [WSG] Unsubscribe Yahoo! Mail - Participe da pesquisa global sobre o

Re: [WSG] Free presentation for Sydney WSG members and their bosses

2004-06-23 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I hate asking this :P Can you setup a couple of nights over here in NZ and do it aswell I know plenty of people who would love to go see it. Camz (aka t94xr) http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ Taupo NZ XHTML CSS Webdevelper (PHP Newbie) - Original Message - From: russ - maxdesign [EMAIL

Re: [WSG] OT - Standards Compliant Websites Directory

2004-06-23 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
HELL YEAH!!! - Original Message - From: Razvan Pop [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 5:58 AM Subject: [WSG] OT - Standards Compliant Websites Directory Hello. I've started to build a Standards Compliant Websites Directory. A Web Directory where

Re: [WSG] 508??

2004-06-29 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Sure, if you explain what on earth you're talking about. -- tim 508 is this, http://www.contentquality.com/mynewtester/cynthia.exe?rptmode=-1runcr=1url1=http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ Conformance to web accessability standards produced by the W3C. Basically those ponts there tell you wats required for

Re: [WSG] 508??

2004-06-29 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Sure, if you explain what on earth you're talking about. -- tim 508 is this, http://www.contentquality.com/mynewtester/cynthia.exe?rptmode=-1runcr=1url1=http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ Conformance to web accessability standards produced by the W3C. Basically those ponts there tell you wats required for

Re: [WSG] What do browsers download?

2004-06-30 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
this may sound like a stupid answer but wouldnt it be like an html page of somesort. t94xr http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ * The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm for some hints on

[WSG] webstandards.org.nz - taken!! :O

2004-07-02 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
Well here was just about to register webstandards.org.nz with my domain agency to my suprise it was taken!! http://www.webstandards.org.nz/ Moral: Always check to see if the URL is valid in a browser, before you try and register it! ___ Cameron W (aka t94xr)

Re: [WSG] Hiding email address from spambots with CSS

2004-07-06 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
thats actually very good :) Thanks :) ___ Cameron W (aka t94xr) http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ XHTML CSS Compliant. Taupo, NZ. - Original Message - From: Neerav [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WSG [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 12:50 AM Subject: [WSG] Hiding email

Re: [WSG] Hiding email address from spambots with CSS

2004-07-06 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
- Original Message - From: Ted Drake [EMAIL PROTECTED] I use the following javascript. It works well for me. Ted - the downside beign they dont use a JS enabled browser? They cant contact you. Better is a PHP Contact Form John Wyles has one - a very good one indeed.

Re: [WSG] Does anybody know an expandable vertical css/js menu based on uls?

2004-07-12 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I found this expandable CSS div with JS when i was working at ForumImages. http://www.forumimages.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=324highlight=FICodeExpand ___ Cameron W (aka t94xr) http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ XHTML CSS Compliant. Taupo, NZ.

Re: [WSG] Does anybody know an expandable vertical css/js menu based on uls?

2004-07-12 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
I found this expandable CSS div with JS when i was working at ForumImages. http://www.forumimages.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=324highlight=FICodeExpand ___ Cameron W (aka t94xr) http://www.t94xr.net.nz/ XHTML CSS Compliant. Taupo, NZ.

Re: [WSG] CSS based redesign of http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/

2004-07-14 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
/* @import url(template.css); */ /* @import url(article-tools.css); */ /* @import url(article-list.css); */ /* @import url(store.css); */ /* @import url(TOC.css); */ OMG theres organisational skills but then theres organisational skills. imports are now generally used for IE css bug

Re: [WSG] CSS based redesign of http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/

2004-07-14 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
imports are now generally used for IE css bug fixes. but thats a bit overboard. Could you qualify this statement please? @import is used to import stylesheets. We don't want to give members who might be new to CSS the wrong idea here. thats one valid point. but its a trend to put IE CSS fixes and

Re: [WSG] Brisbane July Meeting - Report

2004-07-16 Thread t94xr.net.nz webmaster
From: Lea de Groot [EMAIL PROTECTED] A very interesting and detailed open forum followed - for those who were unable to attend, you *really* missed something! Next meeting should be Wed September 8 - put it in your diary now! :) And what do we do if we are in New Zealand? Can you have a meeting

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