Brett Terpstra wrote:
That awk warning translates as something about the
treated simply as... but I don't know what it is and I don't get a
warning... I suppose it can't hurt to redirect just in case. Under
what circumstances does the warning appear?
I get same trouble with : Insert Image With Dimensions.
<img src="images/fond_colonne.gif" width="1018"
height="1" tr: bornes
d'intervalle de « _-] » sont en ordre inverse de séquence
I solve this one by changing the set of characters used with tr ('[_-]'
All of this must be related to my fink setup.
In fact I'm new to mac so...
I don't tend to use display:none to hide text when
I'd prefer to use text-indent:-9000px for accessibility reasons. It's
still got issues if you view the page with CSS but images turned off,
but it shows up for screen readers that way.
You right, to bad there is no IFR done right.
I would also need a tab stop on the "span",
as I often use h1 tags
inside of divs when replacing images.
All that being said, your assumption that dragging an image onto an
empty source.css scope more than likely indicates the creation of an
image replacement technique is probably correct. From an accessibility
standpoint, if you're going to use background images, then replacing
text is the only way to provide "alt" tags. But using display:none
overrides the usefulness of the method, so it would be my suggestion
that it be substituted with text-indent ...
Well text-indent: -9000px; overflow: hidden; doesn't work with span
So we must put : display:block;
Then why not change text-indent: -9000px; to width:0; height:0;
The whole code can be tan stopped so you let people put there preferred
image replacement technique in it (better idea later).
and that the "span" be tab-stopped in
(that's 10 tab stops! might be excessive).
For me using a mirror for the selector is a big win.
Drop the whole IFR code can save a lot of time.
In this case, tab stop the background is not useful.
Why not split the drag command for the two scope :
meta.property-list.css : unchanged. (Just first part)
source.css, source.css.embedded.html : multiple command for each image
So lazy people like me, would not stick with wrong technique ;)
Best, pierre pracht