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    I guess you're restricted by whatever UI/MVC...

    I guess you're restricted by whatever UI/MVC framework you're using and whatever it supports.

    Any of the templating frameworks I've seen work by forwarding the request to a template within the...
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    Could you statically add the desc for the first...

    Could you statically add the desc for the first slide, and have the javascript toggle them there after? This should make the page pass the static analysis while still give you the dynamic desc.
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  3. What about devices with small displays? You may...

    What about devices with small displays? You may wish to show less content or break the page into multiple pages!

    What about browsers with vendor specific added value capabilities that you wish to...
  4. Poll: Fair enough. Sure, easy enough to see...

    Fair enough.


    Sure, easy enough to see there's a problem, but perhaps not so easy for most people to understand what's causing the problem, and how they might best resolve it. Hopefully, this is...
  5. Poll: Thanks Rob. Any suggestions on making them...

    Thanks Rob.

    Any suggestions on making them clearer? I know what you're saying is spot on - I'm prob too close to it to see. What did you find most unclear/unintuitive about it?

    Do you think...
  6. Hi Chris. If you're developing in Java, take a...

    Hi Chris.

    If you're developing in Java, take a look at the Milyn Project. It has Java components for:
    1. Browser Recognition: What is the make and model of the requesting browser. Supports...
  7. Poll: Perhaps I'm taking you too literally here but.......

    Perhaps I'm taking you too literally here but.... it doesn't test "in" the browser. It's a standalone command line tool. It executes a repository of "issue recognition configurations" (for want of a...
  8. Sticky: Yet another tool for testing web pages/sites...

    The Milyn Project has posted an early release of its new opensource tool for testing web pages/sites for Cross-Browser compatibility. Its currently called "Smooks Report Generator".

    Visit the...
  9. Poll: Accessibility & Cross-Browser Compatibility Tools

    The Milyn Project has posted an early release of its new opensource tool for testing web pages/sites for Cross-Browser compatibility. Its currently called "Smooks Report Generator".

    Visit the...
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    accessibile websites - testing web pages/sites for cross-browser compatibility

    Hi Mike.

    I'm assuming you include Cross-Browser compatibility in this - not just accessibility in the sense of providing disability support.

    The Milyn Project has posted an early release of its...
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    A tool for testing web pages/sites for Cross-Browser compatibility...

    The Milyn Project has posted an early release of its new opensource tool for testing web pages/sites for Cross-Browser compatibility. Its currently called "Smooks Report Generator".

    Visit the...
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