[WSG] Safari, select, and option attributes.

2005-11-05 Thread ivanovitch
Apologies if this has been discussed before, but is it my bad coding, or does Safari (v2.02, latest build) not honour any select styles? Further, is there a way to dictate how option can display styled font attributes across all CSS-compliant browsers? My aim is to make the drop-down in the same

Re: [WSG] Safari, select, and option attributes.

2005-11-05 Thread ivanovitch
scripting for this, but sense massive overkill (and I don't like javascript unless absolutely needed). Ta. On 06/11/05, Philippe Wittenbergh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 6 Nov 2005, at 10:54 am, ivanovitch wrote: Apologies if this has been discussed before, but is it my bad coding, or does

Re: [WSG] hover div fill query

2005-11-14 Thread ivanovitch
elements with a height and width. e.g. div.item a ( display: block; height: 100%; width: 100%; } I think that should do the trick.. maybe? Tim ivanovitch wrote: Dear all I've been trying very hard to propel myself into the 21st century and apply web standards and use good CSS as much

Re: [WSG] hover div fill query

2005-11-14 Thread ivanovitch
it. At present, the hover finishes at exactly the edge of the text, and not to the div border. Also, haven't licked the white text on hover bit, either - and yes, I can see a conflict with the author/comment/timestamp tags. On 15/11/05, Patrick H. Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ivanovitch wrote

Re: [WSG] hover div fill query

2005-11-14 Thread ivanovitch
Tried height adjustments (0, 1, 99%) in Safari, but no dice. It seems as though the padding (needed here) is getting in the way no matter what. I didn't think that the full-width div color would be so tricky. I think that I can work my head around Terence's advice on the text color (Thanks,

Re: [WSG] hover div fill query

2005-11-14 Thread ivanovitch
On 15/11/05, Terrence Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is a really brief answer, but should get you started on the right track to thinking about the C in CSS =) First, some house work: id must be unique, class can be reused on any number of elements. Oops - leftover from the bigger site...

[WSG] hover div fill query

2005-11-15 Thread ivanovitch
Dear all I've been trying very hard to propel myself into the 21st century and apply web standards and use good CSS as much as possible, but I'm stuck on getting a div to honour a hover state that I am trying to build. Guidance appreciated... The demo page is at http://imeet.com.au/aa2/ - it's

[WSG] University textbook or other resources?

2005-11-22 Thread ivanovitch
Folks I've been asked if there are useful university-focused textbooks or other resources suitable for teaching accessible web design. So far 'Effective website development' (Darlington) and 'Principles of web site design' (Skalr) have been proposed as possible options. Thoughts?

[WSG] 2-col question

2005-12-04 Thread ivanovitch
Folks - you've helped out before, and I'm asking again. Pardon if this sounds all too simple, but I've yet to find a solution either in this list's archives, or on the web. I'm trying to create a fluid layout with two columns, but whilst the left column is variable width, the right column

Re: [WSG] 2-col question

2005-12-04 Thread ivanovitch
Thanks everyone: it was the float clearing that proved to be the thorn in my side (right side). And the IE-Mac fix is also appreciated. Only one more nut to crack with the site. I'll return for assistance with another right floater if I can't use what I've just learned. Thanks again: a terrific