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  • Fw: div by "Diane" <diane(at)tein.net>
    Date Tue 13 Jan 2004 19 19 57 0700 To HTML Guild hwg basics at hwg org todo View Thread Original Teaching myself html I find that there is a big gap in my knowledge which concerns divs Can anyone tell me the benefits of using them why you would how you know when to use them etc Or is there a place online that discusses them They really have

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  • Re[2]: Resolutions 800 x 600 vs. 1024 x 768 by Thomas Rumley <trumley(at)softhome.net>
    ten And these one out of ten will still see you page s contents Plan for this by letting the default layout mirror the 800 x 600 design Place the noscript tag with a css class value so that it can be positioned on the screen with css in an area that won t interfere with your page s content As far as not designing for a resolution setting have you ever loaded a site that is designed for a 800 x 600 screen into a 1024 setting At best you get a lot of white space around your content At worst you get type that is completely unreadable especially if you re using a third party service such as a stock ticker Planning a layout that takes in your user s screen resolution is no different than creating different versions of your site to take into account different browsers ie vs netscape etc Personally I do as much as possible using cgi but since this is a basics forum and many people may not have access to their server s cgi bin I suggest JavaScript which is a viable alternative People do have a bias against JavaScript and cookies because they think that they re a security risk they re not in my opinion but then they go ahead and browse with IE which has so many leaks in it that I get updates about once a week In short use JavaScript It let s your viewer interact with your site Use css It allows you to separate your site s content from it s layout which is what W3C suggests Plan carefully with your visitors needs in mind and they will return to you time after time And also keep in mind that my advice is worth exactly

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  • Re: Resolutions 800 x 600 vs. 1024 x 768 by Thomas Rumley <trumley(at)softhome.net>
    At 08 55 AM 1 13 2004 0800 you wrote Hi David I always use 800x600 to design and view pages however I design my sites with in the width of page instead of pixels so the page will spread out when viewed in 1024x768 Most of my pages look fine in either resolution I don t worry about 640x480 anymore Lori Eldridge www loriswebs com A very good idea

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  • Re[2]: Resolutions 800 x 600 vs. 1024 x 768 by Charles A Upsdell <cupsdell(at)upsdell.com>
    content Do you assume that all users browsers support CSS P properly Or do you believe that those with antique browsers are insignificant Perhaps you do if you feel that the 10 minority that have JavaScript disabled are less important then surely you also believe that the 2 who still use antique browsers NN4 mainly can be ignored As far as not designing for a resolution setting have you ever loaded a site that is designed for a 800 x 600 screen into a 1024 setting At best you get a lot of white space around your content At worst you get type that is completely unreadable especially if you re using a third party service such as a stock ticker A site designed for a 800x600 display is indeed nasty with a 1024x768 resolution And the site is even nastier with a 800x600 display if the browser is NOT MAXIMIZED Indeed a site designed for ANY specific resolution is nasty when the browser window is either smaller or significantly larger Fluid design does not assume any specific display resolution It seeks to work with the users chosen browser windows whatever the sizes And it is easy to do And works well Planning a layout that takes in your user s screen resolution is no different than creating different versions of your site to take into account different browsers ie vs netscape etc Personally I do as much as possible using cgi but since this is a basics forum and many people may not have access to their server s cgi bin I suggest JavaScript which is a viable alternative People do have a bias against JavaScript and cookies because they think that they re a security risk they re not in my opinion but then they go ahead and

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  • Are these lists still alive? by Brian V Bonini <b-bonini(at)cox.net>
    lists still alive by Brian V Bonini b bonini at cox net Date 16 Jan 2004 19 35 33 0500 To HWG Techniques hwg techniques at hwg org todo View Thread Original What happened to the HWG lists They used

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  • Re: Web Hosting by Matt <ncmail(at)triad.rr.com>
    triad rr com Date Wed 21 Jan 2004 08 45 45 0500 To List Basic hwg basics at hwg org In Reply To bellsouth todo View Thread Original At 07 05 PM 1 16 04 0500 David D Pippen wrote I am looking for New web hosting the one I have now is fine www godaddy com but they don t have a reseller Plan Wild West Domains is GoDaddy

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  • Re: Are these lists still alive? by Thomas Rumley <trumley(at)softhome.net>
    Rumley trumley at softhome net Date Thu 22 Jan 2004 05 32 58 0500 To Brian V Bonini b bonini at cox net hwg basics at hwg org In Reply To design todo View Thread Original At 07 35 PM 1 16 2004 0500 you wrote What happened to the HWG lists They used to be hoping I just kept getting fewer and fewer posts from HWG too I don

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  • code for listing a program by "Diane" <diane(at)tein.net>
    Jan 2004 07 45 43 0700 To HTML Guild hwg basics at hwg org todo View Thread Original I want to put a program on a web page so my daughter can download it from my site It is too

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