On 07/11/05, M. Montgomery [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Finishing up a site for a client: http://photosbykat.net/
> I know it doesn't validate, but she absolutely insists on the
> right-click disable (though I explained it's easy to work around), and
> I don't know how to do it validly.
Well its nice to see that you explicitly check for Netscape or
Internet Explorer and only disable it for those users (nice in the
sense that "I wouldn't effect me if I hadn't already blocked such
scripts in my browser").
As for validity - remove the "/" from the <script> tag ... and then go
and have another read of http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#h-4.8 (or stop
using XHTML since you don't appear to be taking advantages of any of
the things it does better then HTML 4, while running into a good
number of the drawbacks).
> The #sidebar sets font-size and line-height, and the #help div (inside
> the #sidebar) attempts to bring the size back down to something
The font size there is 90% (#sidebar p) of 150% (#sidebar) of my
default font size. That is, 135% of my default font size.
What were you aiming for?
David Dorward <http://dorward.me.uk><http://blog.dorward.me.uk>
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