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Postby powerkor » Sun Mar 14, 2004 9:11 pm

http://www.pittdesign.com
    the portfolio section
http://www.clan32.com
    the quick scores
    main news text
    download section
    server info section
    the members section
http://www.pittdesign.com/books
    the FAQ's
    searching ability


I'm also working on a poet site via http://www.poetsdream.net , which is still under development. Comments, Flames, Everything is welcome! :)
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Postby Lumberjack » Mon Mar 15, 2004 5:56 pm

Just looked at the Clan32 page... its alright but you seem to have a bit of wasted space to the right of your news posts (in that grey section). That is only in Mozilla Firefox, not in IE. And the part that says "article database" overlaps the line between white and grey, in IE at 1024x768. That part is ok in Firefox though.
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Postby powerkor » Mon Mar 15, 2004 6:18 pm

Its cus of the paypal button. meh, but thanks :)
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Postby Lumberjack » Wed Mar 17, 2004 12:58 am

Incidentall, you have an alt attribute on that 'Make a donation' button... in IE it shows a rollover message (tooltip) but not in Firefox, the reason for this is that alt shouldn't be used for tooltips... you should instead use title.
I think the problem with the width is something to do with your smallertd class in your stylesheet, but I couldn't find that so didn't look.
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Postby faithless » Wed Mar 17, 2004 7:00 am

The alt attribute is required under w3c standards.

the title attribute is for <a href=""> links
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Postby Lumberjack » Wed Mar 17, 2004 1:09 pm

Yes of course the alt attribute is required... I wasn't clear. I was just saying that it shouldn't be used to produce tooltips, that is the job of title (which according to w3c can be used on a variety of tags, not just a tags). So if it was there to be used as a tooltip, I was advising another solution, you see.
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Postby VZey » Thu Apr 08, 2004 2:21 pm

who really cares about the w3c's super strict standards anyway?

sure follow some of their guidelines but don't stress about every little thing :)

my user experience design lecturer has been informing us that's it isn't really that important.

Sorry if this post comes across as negative, I'm just saying that's all. I study here www.swin.edu.au and here www.nid.edu.au and here http://www.hed.swin.edu.au/design/ for those interested.[/url]
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