Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-05 Thread Andy Kirkwood|Motive
Hi Sarah, I was just looking for a way to give the user immediate feedback about each reference, and thought the title may be useful. The problem with linking back and forth is that there are *so* many references on each page, sometimes two or three to each quote, so it gets a bit messy.

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-05 Thread Sarah Peeke (XERT)
Hi Andy Thank you for your input. Unfortunately the exact wording of the content (in this client's case) is legally required, and so the possibility of editing it, or the references, in any way is out of the question. I like the idea of linking back to the content once the reader has read the

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-05 Thread Bert Doorn
G'day I like the idea of linking back to the content once the reader has read the relevant footnote, but there are many instances when more than one footnote is attributed to a portion of the content (see example below). Also, the same footnote reference is referred to in different portions of

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-05 Thread Andy Kirkwood|Motive
Hi Sarah, Unfortunately the exact wording of the content (in this client's case) is legally required, and so the possibility of editing it, or the references, in any way is out of the question. Moving the title of the reference to the fore of the title attribute value wouldn't be changing the

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-04 Thread Dustin Diaz
I had created a pretty nifty library for displaying titles just not too long ago called Sweet Titles which had became quite a hit: http://www.dustindiaz.com/sweet-titles/ They were tested to work across IE6, Moz1.0+, Opera 7+, Safari 1.3 Hope this helps, Dustin On 11/4/05, Sarah Peeke (XERT)

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-04 Thread Sarah Peeke (XERT)
Dustin Thanks for your link - impressive titles! Just wondered, is it possible to have them degrade when javascript is disabled, so that at least in IE WIN (for eg) the user sees the normal title? At present, if I disable javascript in FF (mac) I don't get any titles at all. Regards Sarah --

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-04 Thread Joshua Street
I honestly don't think this is the best solution for you, especially if you're doing academic papers. For two reasons: 1) because it's impossible to get titles to display in a normal browser without JavaScript, and; 2) if someone prints out your page they don't get any citations at all. Well, you

Re: [WSG] css title styles

2005-11-04 Thread Sarah Peeke (XERT)
Hi Josh Thanks very much for your reply. I should have mentioned that we will also be listing the entire references in the footer as well. I was just looking for a way to give the user immediate feedback about each reference, and thought the title may be useful. The problem with linking back