After a suggestion that what I was planning wasn't all that intuitive
anyway, I've done away with the dropdowns in the h1 and put them on
their own line.
Now I've come across a strange IE glitch, where IE renders one of the
months (August) twice, even though its in the markup only once.
Any ideas? The markup validates xhtml.
I'm still stuck on the validator issue as well, any thoughts
On 9/21/05, Sam Partington [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hi there,
> On my sites calendar page, I need a way of easily choosing the current
> month/year. The way I had hoped to do this was to have the title (h1)
> of the page, which reads "Calendar <month> <year>" have a (suckerfish)
> drop down on both the <month> and <year> .
> Of course one isn't allowed to have block level elements in a h1 tag,
> so the solution doesn't validate.
> What i'd like to know is how would anyone else approach this problem?
> Is there an alternative solution? Perhaps my solution is just
> semantically wrong?
> (I know the menu doesn't line up correctly, I'll address that once
> I've decided on the best solution)
> Also, my CSS validation tests have recently stopped working correctly.
> The validator now reports "No style sheet found". The xhtml
> validates, and shows 4 or 5 styles sheets on each page. As far as I'm
> aware I've changed nothing, and yet every one of my pages now shows
> fail on my test page.
> Any ideas why the validator doesn't find any of my style sheets?
> Thanks for any help
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