Re: Web Pages
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Mike Hommey wrote:
| On Saturday 13 September 2003 19:51, Robin Y. Millette wrote:
|>John Savage wrote:
|>| No offense guys but you really do need to make your web pages look a
|>| little more professional.
|>You mean like adding flash and stuff? I rather have a site that's
|>available in a bunch of languages then any fluff you can cram in a
|>webpage. But that's just _my_ opinion...
|>Do you have any suggestions that could improve it?
| Keywords would be : semantic, accessibility, stylesheets & alternate
| We are in 2003, we shouldn't build a web site like 10 years ago ;)
Those are good points, let me admit. One thing that might explain this
is support for older browsers, but then again, a well designed css page
should degrade properly (and resize, zoom, etc.) so that shouldn't be a
When I started Nattor the Little CD Vendor  2 weeks ago, the first
thing I put were the html and css validation buttons. It keeps me in
check. Using unordered lists for navigation (both for horizontal and
vertical menus), em units to make sure you can zoom the text properly...
My point is, it takes just a little effort, follow a few guidelines, and
you're on the fast track to a nice 2003 web site :)
Robin Y. Millette (aka Lord D. Nattor)
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