RE: [WSG] Proxy HTTPS to HTTP

2008-03-11 Thread kevin_erickson
What I meant is that an HTTP URL I have come up with is going to go to the HTTPS pages seamlessly within the browser. I am not misleading the users by any means. I am not 100% sure this is on topic as well but I believe it should be. Thank you for your thoughts. kevin

Re: Re[2]: [WSG] Proxy HTTPS to HTTP

2008-03-11 Thread kevin_erickson
Thank you and my apologies if was indeed off-subject. My thinking was that this is indeed a standards right-or-wrong issue when looking out for the users. - kevin --- Original Message --- From:Martin Heiden [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:Tue 3/11/08 3:28 pm To:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

[WSG] h1 heading followed by h2 or introductory text?

2008-04-22 Thread kevin_erickson
Hello, I have a page where the content starts with an h1 heading, followed by introductory information and this information is followed by h2 headings and their content. Is this compliant with web standards to have and h1 and an h2 seperated by text or should the introductory text be prefaced

[WSG] HTML special characters coding

2008-06-17 Thread kevin_erickson
Hello, I am looking for advice on if the best way to code for special characters is to use the actual character or the attribute value or the alt code? i.e. for the ampersand should one use or amp;? Does it matter? I know that Dreamweaver automates some of this but what is the best practice?

Re: [WSG] HTML special characters coding

2008-06-17 Thread kevin_erickson
thank you for the good responses. Very helpful. Kevin --- Original Message --- From:Matthew Holloway [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:Tue 6/17/08 7:36 pm To:wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subj:Re: [WSG] HTML special characters coding Andrew Cunningham wrote: LOL, i enjoyed the wording. Considering the

RE: [WSG] HTML special characters coding

2008-06-18 Thread kevin_erickson
Can others with experience with this please confirm (or not) what Patrick has said? Thanks. Kevin --- Original Message --- From:Patrick Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:Wed 6/18/08 6:10 am To:wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subj:RE: [WSG] HTML special characters coding Rick Lecoat So let me see if I

Re: [WSG] Code for Firefox, hack for IE

2008-09-01 Thread kevin_erickson
I have also read and believe that you code correctly and, yes, the browsers that are web standard compliant should not need any hacks. However there will most likely be the need for IE6 hacks. --- Original Message --- From:David McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:Mon 9/1/08 6:55 am

Re: [WSG] Safari Beta 4

2009-02-27 Thread kevin_erickson
Thank you Sent from my Centro Wireless Device. -Original Message- From: Todd Budnikas to...@missiondata.com Subj: Re: [WSG] Safari Beta 4 Date: Wed Feb 25, 2009 11:23 pm Size: 4K To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org according to Mr. Andrew Lyle:Safari 4 is the first web browser to pass

Re: [WSG] Chrome now higher traffic than IE

2009-03-03 Thread kevin_erickson
That is fine with me. I always test it with new designs along with IE5.5 6 7, Opera, Firefox ans Safari. I have to do all of these tests on Ms Vista although I would love to one day have a Mac as well. Sent from my Centro Wireless Device. -Original Message- From: Mike Kear

Re: [WSG] 3 column layout issue

2009-03-18 Thread kevin_erickson
It may be a float clear issue. I may need to see the code. Kevin Sent from my Centro Wireless Device. -Original Message- From: Naveen Bhaskar naveenbhas...@ymail.com Subj: [WSG] 3 column layout issue Date: Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:00 am Size: 1K To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Hi, I

Re: [WSG] Help with mobile MIME type always fails test

2010-04-16 Thread kevin_erickson
Sorry. Meant to say hit CANCEL button and you should be able to see it. Thanks Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry® -Original Message- From: Phil Archer ph...@w3.org Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 22:25:44 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Help with mobile MIME type

Re: [WSG] Help with mobile MIME type always fails test

2010-04-16 Thread kevin_erickson
Just cancel on the login but load the page into the test site please to see the results. Thanks Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry® -Original Message- From: Phil Archer ph...@w3.org Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 22:25:44 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] Help