Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-11-03 Thread James Jeffery
@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids James Jeffery wrote: Hmmm interesting i might take a look at it. I would love to know more about YUI Grids and the 'Golden Mean'. James FWIW, the Golden Mean is a matter of philosophy. I believe the search string you seek is Golden

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-11-02 Thread Maarten Stolte
] PHI and YUI Grids Hi, We've been using the YUI for a while. We wrote our own variant to support the proportions that our Art Director likes to use, which include the Golden Mean. Can you show any examples of sites using it? I'm wanting to show our front end designer some examples

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-11-01 Thread James Jeffery
Ok i will confess slightly, i think yahoo have pulled on the old heart strings and im sort of falling in love with framwork. I spend alot of time on an CSS channel on IRC, most of us on there are typical We can do anything we don't need help from anyone, and when someone mentions YUI stylesheets

RE: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-11-01 Thread Paul Minty
: Wednesday, 31 October 2007 7:00 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids Hi, We've been using the YUI for a while. We wrote our own variant to support the proportions that our Art Director likes to use, which include the Golden Mean. Can you show any examples

RE: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-11-01 Thread Paul Minty
9662 9255 M. 0418 307 475 [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.mintleafstudio.com.au -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Laakso Sent: Thursday, 1 November 2007 12:01 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids James

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-31 Thread Maarten Stolte
Hi, We've been using the YUI for a while. We wrote our own variant to support the proportions that our Art Director likes to use, which include the Golden Mean. Can you show any examples of sites using it? I'm wanting to show our front end designer some examples. thanks, Maarten

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-31 Thread James Jeffery
Hmmm interesting i might take a look at it. I would love to know more about YUI Grids and the 'Golden Mean'. James On 10/31/07, Maarten Stolte [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, We've been using the YUI for a while. We wrote our own variant to support the proportions that our Art Director

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-31 Thread David Laakso
James Jeffery wrote: Hmmm interesting i might take a look at it. I would love to know more about YUI Grids and the 'Golden Mean'. James FWIW, the Golden Mean is a matter of philosophy. I believe the search string you seek is Golden Ratio. Best, ~dL --

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-31 Thread Lars Michael Sørensen
We're using YUI grids at www.dona.dk. I'll never use anything else again, if I can help it! /lmss 2007/10/31, Maarten Stolte [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, We've been using the YUI for a while. We wrote our own variant to support the proportions that our Art Director likes to use, which

RE: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-30 Thread Paul Bennett
You mean the 'Golden Mean'? Not that I can see - grids offers a variety of column widths and nesting. You do a large variety of things with it and column widths don't appear to be golden mean base, but based on Yahoo's enormous experience . I am slowly learning to create aesthetically

Re: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-30 Thread James Jeffery
Its a personal reason. I like to do everything from design, to build, to backend scripting to deploying. I find its less hassle to create my own layouts for the job i am working on. Im the same with JS and PHP, even though there are pre compiled scripts out there, i would rather create my own, so

RE: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids

2007-10-30 Thread Paul Minty
Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Paul Bennett Sent: Wednesday, 31 October 2007 11:30 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] PHI and YUI Grids You mean the 'Golden Mean'? Not that I can see - grids offers a variety of column widths and nesting