RE: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-14 Thread Paul Collins
Hi Danny,

The site looks great, just had a quick flick through. My only suggestion would 
be to repeat the main navigation at the bottom of each section, so you don't 
have to go back to the top every time you've read the section.

Cheers
Paul



From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On 
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Subject: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

Hi All,

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your 
professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small online resume 
type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could find any issues with it 
or had any suggestions for items that I may have missed. I have done some 
testing and it passed the online W3C Validation Service for both the markup and 
CSS. Also if anyone is running an OS other than OSX (v 10.5.6) then I'd be 
interested in your results on any of the current browers.

Like I said, only if you get a minute.

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers,

Danny

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RE: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-14 Thread Foskett, Mike
Hi Danny,

 

Just one issue on the usage of headings.

Try to use only one h1 tag at the beginning of the content.

It's an accessibility thing.

Follow that with h2 etc.

 

Mike Foskett

http://websemantics.co.uk/

 

 



From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org]
On Behalf Of Danny Croft
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 8:03 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

Hi All, 

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your
professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small online
resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could find any
issues with it or had any suggestions for items that I may have missed.
I have done some testing and it passed the online W3C Validation Service
for both the markup and CSS. Also if anyone is running an OS other than
OSX (v 10.5.6) then I'd be interested in your results on any of the
current browers. 

Like I said, only if you get a minute. 

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers, 

Danny

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[WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-13 Thread Danny Croft
Hi All,

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your
professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small online
resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could find any
issues with it or had any suggestions for items that I may have missed. I
have done some testing and it passed the online W3C Validation Service for
both the markup and CSS. Also if anyone is running an OS other than OSX (v
10.5.6) then I'd be interested in your results on any of the current
browers.

Like I said, only if you get a minute.

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers,

Danny


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RE: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-13 Thread Shaun
Nice Site Danny
Seems OK Windows XP/Firefox 3.0.5 but guess you knew that
(Does seem quite a space between sections though)
 
In IE6 I don't get the icons on your contact details but all works well
beside that
 
Google Chrome OK
 
Safari 3.1 /XP OK
 
Vista Business 
IE7 OK
Firefox 2.0 OK 
 
Will try some other combos for you when on other machines, but basically
looks good and behaves  well
 
 
Shaun
 
 

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Subject: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.


Hi All, 

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your
professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small online
resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could find any
issues with it or had any suggestions for items that I may have missed. I
have done some testing and it passed the online W3C Validation Service for
both the markup and CSS. Also if anyone is running an OS other than OSX (v
10.5.6) then I'd be interested in your results on any of the current
browers. 

Like I said, only if you get a minute. 

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers, 

Danny

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Re: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-13 Thread Joseph Taylor

Looks real good!

The list item icons aren't showing up in IE6 - no biggie.

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Danny Croft wrote:

Hi All,

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your 
professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small 
online resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could 
find any issues with it or had any suggestions for items that I may 
have missed. I have done some testing and it passed the online W3C 
Validation Service for both the markup and CSS. Also if anyone is 
running an OS other than OSX (v 10.5.6) then I'd be interested in your 
results on any of the current browers.


Like I said, only if you get a minute.

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers,

Danny

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Re: [WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-13 Thread Henrik Madsen


Hi Danny,

Nice site.

Small usability suggestion: Have your 'back to the top' links on the  
right hand side of the page, so that when the page scrolls down you  
don't need to move yor mouse too much to reach the link.


Henrik

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hen...@igenerator.com.au
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On 14/01/2009, at 5:02 AM, Danny Croft wrote:


Hi All,

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast  
your professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a  
small online resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if  
anyone could find any issues with it or had any suggestions for  
items that I may have missed. I have done some testing and it passed  
the online W3C Validation Service for both the markup and CSS. Also  
if anyone is running an OS other than OSX (v 10.5.6) then I'd be  
interested in your results on any of the current browers.


Like I said, only if you get a minute.

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers,

Danny

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