Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-27 Thread csslist
PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 5:08 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems And too add to that, their stats say well over 90% of their web site users are using a screen resolution of 800 x 600screen resolution != viewport sizethis is a common

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-27 Thread Josh Rose
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Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread csslist
its designed to fit on a 800 x 600 and it fits right down to the bottom of the scroll area, sure the bottom of the reels arent showing and thats fine. "So now one has to scroll both the window and the inner element in order to get to the content. Cute." Ok smart ass, thats 1 page that has a

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Jon Tan
csslist wrote: Gunlaug Sørtun wrote: So now one has to scroll both the window and the inner element in order to get to the content. Cute. Ok smart ass, thats 1 page that has a vertical scroller because I havent resized the flash form on that 1 FRICKIN page, so there is a scroll bar, geezo

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Christian Montoya
On 11/25/05, csslist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: its designed to fit on a 800 x 600 and it fits right down to the bottom of the scroll area, sure the bottom of the reels arent showing and thats fine. This is a 1:1 image of my browser viewport: http://space.rdpdesign.com/reels.jpg Notice the

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread csslist
make sense to you but it doesn't mean you're right. And yet you have offered nothing yet to help with the question, so why answer? From: Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 2:57 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems and if you take th

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Stephen Stagg
but it doesn't mean you're right. And yet you have offered nothing yet to help with the question, so why answer? From: Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 2:57 AM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems and if you take the overflow

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread csslist
First of all I appriciate all help I get and I can take critizism fine when I ask for it. Ok, so if we do it your way on your browser (lets just say..) to read the page you will have to scroll the screen down and so when you want a new link you will have to scroll all the way back up to do it,

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Christian Montoya
And yet you have offered nothing yet to help with the question, so why answer? You misunderstand. My reason for telling you this is that there is nothing you can do about your problem with the current layout. If the client wants it that way, then that's fine, no need to argue. Just keep in

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
csslist wrote: and I know what you are saying but we didn't want the pages to be big long pages it needed to fit within the browser(and NOT scroll), so your answer would depned upon how you want the website to be, whether you like it or not. So now one has to scroll both the window and the

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread csslist
section was a bit wide but there is no time right now to do it as there are 2 sites due and both have same layout with diff color schemes. From: Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 4:39 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Christian Montoya
and if you take the overflow out the content just flows right on out over the bg and right down the page that would beautiful wouldnt it I could show you a million websites with the background graphic positioned at the bottom of the content. Why not split that background image up and do

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Christian Montoya
I could have sworn I got all these e-mails last night, what's going on?!? -- -- Christian Montoya christianmontoya.com ... rdpdesign.com ... cssliquid.com ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-26 Thread Jon Tan
On Saturday, November 26, 2005 9:53 PM, Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I could have sworn I got all these e-mails last night, what's going on?!? Ditto. ** The discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/ See

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread csslist
its designed to fit on a 800 x 600 and it fits right down to the bottom of the scroll area, sure the bottom of the reels arent showing and thats fine. "So now one has to scroll both the window and the inner element in order to get to the content. Cute." Ok smart ass, thats 1 page that has a

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread csslist
make sense to you but it doesn't mean you're right. And yet you have offered nothing yet to help with the question, so why answer? From: Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 2:57 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems and if you take th

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread Christian Montoya
On 11/25/05, csslist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: its designed to fit on a 800 x 600 and it fits right down to the bottom of the scroll area, sure the bottom of the reels arent showing and thats fine. This is a 1:1 image of my browser viewport: http://space.rdpdesign.com/reels.jpg Notice the

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread Christian Montoya
And yet you have offered nothing yet to help with the question, so why answer? You misunderstand. My reason for telling you this is that there is nothing you can do about your problem with the current layout. If the client wants it that way, then that's fine, no need to argue. Just keep in

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread csslist
First of all I appriciate all help I get and I can take critizism fine when I ask for it. Ok, so if we do it your way on your browser (lets just say..) to read the page you will have to scroll the screen down and so when you want a new link you will have to scroll all the way back up to do it,

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread csslist
section was a bit wide but there is no time right now to do it as there are 2 sites due and both have same layout with diff color schemes. From: Christian Montoya [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 4:39 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread Christian Montoya
And too add to that, their stats say well over 90% of their web site users are using a screen resolution of 800 x 600 screen resolution != viewport size this is a common mistake among developers. I just explained to you that my screen resolution is 1280 x 768 which is much bigger than that,

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-25 Thread csslist
PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 5:08 AMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems And too add to that, their stats say well over 90% of their web site users are using a screen resolution of 800 x 600screen resolution != viewport sizethis is a common

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread Scott Swabey - Lafinboy Productions
To make the site truly fluid you'll need to use relative size units (em, %) in place of pixels. This will ensure that container elements change size in proportion to the font contained therein. Regards Scott Swabey Lafinboy Productions www.lafinboy.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread Stephen Stagg
Could you use the Javascript getComputedStyle() function on an interval loop to test for Text-size and if the Text size was too great then the Menu's class could be changed to one with overflow:scroll. (Source: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/wdf-dom/message/3820) Also if you define you DL height

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread csslist
I dont know, not sure how to do that but I will look it up. I cant scale the bg to fit because its a one piece fixed size bg thanksFrom: "Stephen Stagg" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2005 7:25 PMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problemsCould you

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread csslist
The site isn't truely fluid as it uses a one piece bgFrom: "Scott Swabey - Lafinboy Productions" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2005 7:25 PMTo: wsg@webstandardsgroup.orgSubject: RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problemsTo make the site truly fluid you'll need to use relative size

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread Stephen Stagg
), the menu would look better at different text-sizes because the menu-item borders would fit better. Stephen From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of csslist Sent: 25 November 2005 00:50 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems I

RE: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread csslist
uggestions and problems I dont know, not sure how to do that but I will look it up. I cant scale the bg to fit because its a one piece fixed size bg thanksFrom: "Stephen Stagg" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2005 7:25 PM To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [W

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread Christian Montoya
This website has too many things defined in absolute sizes to be robust for font resizing. What you should do is take the overflow:auto out of the left container altogether and let it flow down as far as the content. Then when you increase text size everything flows together and it looks fine.

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread csslist
and if you take the overflow out the content just flows right on out over the bg and right down the page that would beautiful wouldnt it and I know what you are saying but we didn't want the pages to be big long pages it needed to fit within the browser(and NOT scroll), so your answer would

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread Christian Montoya
and if you take the overflow out the content just flows right on out over the bg and right down the page that would beautiful wouldnt it I could show you a million websites with the background graphic positioned at the bottom of the content. Why not split that background image up and do

Re: [WSG] menu suggestions and problems

2005-11-24 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
csslist wrote: and I know what you are saying but we didn't want the pages to be big long pages it needed to fit within the browser(and NOT scroll), so your answer would depned upon how you want the website to be, whether you like it or not. So now one has to scroll both the window and the