Macs do have a right click (right-click being a geenral Microsoft / PC term)
Holding down control or the new mouse Apple releases with a right click
Chris Price wrote:
I would use the file name (or description) as a hyperlink. Its good to
have the file size so
I loaded up your page, facinated by your achievement for a semantic
structure, it looks good, however I'm getting validation errors for the
DOC type, the img tag and trimming empty on 2 span tags,
Did you get the same?
Rick Lecoat wrote:
I'm recreating a
I dont seem to get any of the flicking effects that everyone is talking
I'm using Firefox 188.8.131.52
Gunlaug Sørtun wrote:
Tee G. Peng wrote:
Been working on this site in the last 2 days, I find that I am
getting so annoyed by the surprise' everytime the
on the topic of skip links and semantic styling, and to add to the mix
of usability, accessibility and getting into the habit of best practice,
Accessibility is not just for the impaired, it is also for people who
access through different devices where CSS has not been styled to suite
I agree with you Dave,
Google is not about to ban you, however if this is used in combination
with other known black hat tactics, then you will.
Google will check your CSS but once again, if you are using this
technique to excess, then you should be worried.
There was talk via a different
Also a thank you for informing everyone that it is completed.
This tends not to happen a lot and people (like myself) see the message
a few days later and find that the site is taken down.
Mike at Green-Beast.com wrote:
Thank you to all who volunteered. I owe
I'd also add that the 'Web 2.0' as a word / phrase and phenomena is a
way of describing the internet and new design concepts to those who make
decisions on it but don't really have any idea about it.
e.g. Marketing Managers whom have developers and designers telling them
we need to do this
not being on my main work station, I'll give it a try.
the select tag has a set width. There is a chance that IE is restricting
the list to that set width and using this set width as the view port of
the option list.
Look it up.
From experience i also notice that IE (IE6 in
My understanding is that they have different styles targeted for the
different handsets and that is the other justification for carrying out
such an exercise.
Michael MD wrote:
I agree, this is not web standards. However remember they could be
following web standards
you to use without having to go to the extent of programming your own
things like dhtml goodies and scriptaculous, I'm sure the group has some
other options but this is getting off topic now. a quick
I would have to agree with the others here.
Coding for / with FF is easier because of the debugging tools (i.e.
Firebug, Web Developer Toolbar, etc)
Otherwise I have atleast 4 other browsers open, all the popular IE's
(5.5, 6, 7 soon 8) and Opera.
I do find that Opera can give a good idea
I started learning hacks, and now don't use them at all.
I find that if I'm attempting to make the site cross browser, try not to
make the CSS too complicated.
David Storey wrote:
If coding for the most standards compliant browser, then hack for IE,
then you wouldn't code for FF
I thought that was the case but does it render the same.
FF renders quite differently I find across PC, Mac and Lynx.
Nathan de Vries wrote:
On Mon, 2008-09-01 at 22:09 +1000, willdonovan wrote:
I do find that Opera can give a good idea of what might be happening
I have the FF issue as well.
Fore me: FF2.17 on a PC.
kevin mcmonagle wrote:
Thats strange eBiz,
The dropdowns are working over the flash in ff3 mac for me.
Anyway im getting that or a very similar problem in safari so will def
try your suggestion tomorrow.
We're not directly doing anything at this stage. However would love to
get ideas on puhsing the new implementation through and link with a sub
set of internal web page publishing standards that we currently use
across federal government.
Andrew Boyd wrote:
On Mon, Sep
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