Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-06 Thread Michael MD
On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 8:42 AM, 8bits Media [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We currently have a project that includes a calendar in the design. The dilemma I currently have, is what is the best way to mark the calendar up? Should we use tables, or is it more semantically correct these days to use

Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread Bruce
8bits Media wrote: We currently have a project that includes a calendar in the design. The dilemma I currently have, is what is the best way to mark the calendar up? Should we use tables, or is it more semantically correct these days to use an unordered list? I'd be very interested to

Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread kevin mcmonagle
theres a good standards based calendar tut here: http://veerle.duoh.com/blog/comments/a_css_styled_calendar/ -best kevin *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe:

Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread 8bits Media
There's a few different opinions out there, but I think I agree with the responses from people on the list, tables make more sense. I found this example of a calendar marked up using a list http://www.cssnewbie.com/list-based-css-calendar/ but I think I'll be using a table in this

Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread Joseph Taylor
Definitely a table for a calendar, like: table captionAugust 2008/caption thead tr th scope=colSun/th th scope=colMon/th th scope=colTue/th th scope=colWed/th th scope=colThu/th th scope=colFri/th th scope=colSat/th

Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: [WSG] Marking up a Calendar

2008-08-05 Thread James Ellis
A table is a good option for static calendars. i.e a grid. On the flip side, using a list based calendar, you'll be able to present it in different ways by altering the style rules for the elements, e.g as a pseudo-grid, a list etc etc. And of course, there's no reason why you can't do both