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    From the outside ... it doesn't seem like anything has been done in days. I'm hoping it is different on the inside ...

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    Originally posted by Ben R.
    You mean, like an example of a page? Of course we'll have plenty of those. We want to guide them along smoothly, keep them calm, keep their heads clear. By the way, I haven't finished my tags section out of laziness, but I hope to soon.
    Not really. More like a roadmap to the thing.

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    Originally posted by Mr Initial Man
    Not really. More like a roadmap to the thing.
    That's already been devised.
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    Originally posted by Jona
    Have all the contributors sent in their bios?
    no, i still need to, could you post an example of like what you entered so that way we have something to sort of go off of :P im not the greatest at the bio stuff :P

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    I don't remember exactly what I sent. Ask RHS. Really just say your name, something small about yourself, and a link to your site or your email address.
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    Hey, could someone edit the tags section? I'd edit it myself, but I have trouble catching my own errors.

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    I read thru it ... and only have 2 minor problems.

    1) I don't like the way you have classes and ids and the bototm. Since these are attributes, they don't fit in with the rest of the tags, and
    2) You didn't make it clear the a table may have more than 1 <tbody>, although this is extremely minor.

    Anyway, the rest should do. It is very non-descriptive (which is a plus for newbies, who grimace t any word of 7 letter sor more [j/k]), and very simple (which is also good).

    Dr. Script

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    Originally posted by steelersfan88
    I read thru it ... and only have 2 minor problems.

    1) I don't like the way you have classes and ids and the bototm. Since these are attributes, they don't fit in with the rest of the tags, and
    2) You didn't make it clear the a table may have more than 1 <tbody>, although this is extremely minor.

    Anyway, the rest should do. It is very non-descriptive (which is a plus for newbies, who grimace t any word of 7 letter sor more [j/k]), and very simple (which is also good).

    Dr. Script
    Well, I tried to make it so that it could be in any order- that way, it can be used as reference, you can skim it without missing anything. Also, whoever finally adds it to the site can shift things around as they see fit. Another thing is I think that tags should come before the attributes, like the bread should come before the balogna. (No sick jokes, please.)

    I didn't do much on tables. They're not very common, and I only wanted to get the basics down. Also, I didn't know that you could have more than 1 <tbody>, so...

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    Neither did I, but one must, because in JS, one can grab more than one tbody by:
    Code:
    var tbody2 = document.getElementsByTagName('table')[0].tbodies[1];
    Doc

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    The W3C on tbody, tfoot, and thead:
    Code:
    <TABLE>
    <THEAD>
         <TR> ...header information...
    </THEAD>
    <TFOOT>
         <TR> ...footer information...
    </TFOOT>
    <TBODY>
         <TR> ...first row of block one data...
         <TR> ...second row of block one data...
    </TBODY>
    <TBODY>
         <TR> ...first row of block two data...
         <TR> ...second row of block two data...
         <TR> ...third row of block two data...
    </TBODY>
    </TABLE>
    Dr. Script

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    Originally posted by steelersfan88
    Neither did I, but one must, because in JS, one can grab more than one tbody by:
    Code:
    var tbody2 = document.getElementsByTagName('table')[0].tbodies[1];
    Doc
    http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/tables.html#h-11.2.3

    it says there can be more than 1 there

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    Originally posted by steelersfan88
    The W3C on tbody, tfoot, and thead
    It says it there too

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    Originally posted by steelersfan88
    It says it there too
    eh, you posted a second before i did >.<

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    Originally posted by pawky
    eh, you posted a second before i did >.<
    2 seconds, but who's counting?

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    Regarding the article on "Tags" I have a couple of queries. How are you referencing your tags. I discover you are telling the user how to code in XHTML. For example, under Images, your quote "<img />".

    Now this causes two problems. A user/begginer/"noob" may not understand why the / is located in that specific spot. My solution to this is:

    a. In the introduction of the book or opening speech please tell the reader that everything will be coded in XHTML.

    b. just plain code the book in HTML 4.0 so the user will understand the raw basics. personally my favourite solution.

    c. recode a copy of the article in HTML 4.0 as the user will be able to choose.

    d. leave it as it is and stump the readers growth.


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