Archive for 2005

Sunday, December 18th, 2005

Accesskeys use improving

Over on the GAWDs mailing list there have been changes in the current thoughts on access keys. Generally, it has been thought that access keys should not be used because they are too likely to conflict with existing key combinations in a user’s setup and because having different key combinations on different browsers meant that […]

Comments Off on Accesskeys use improving - Posted in Blog by

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

Logging into Browsercam

Here’s a tip – Do you use browsercam to test your website layouts? Its an excellent service, if somewhat pricey. Do you find logging in drives you crazy because it doesn’t remember your password? Make your bookmark for http://www.browsercam.com/login.aspx rather than the site homepage – the login page correctly remembers your password where the homepage […]

Comments Off on Logging into Browsercam - Posted in Blog by

Saturday, October 8th, 2005

New Client Site for Personal Client

Elysian is proud to announce completion of a small project for a private client.
Providing a blog, the new site will allow our client to talk about their West Highland Terrier x Maltese Dogs.

Comments Off on New Client Site for Personal Client - Posted in Announcements by

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

Web Essentials 05 – Here I Come!

I’m helping out with the WE05 conference this year, and I am so excited! My flight is booked, crash space with friends is arranged (isn’t knowing people from the internet for years the coolest thing?) and all I have to do is pack, and explain to the children at the last minute where I will […]

Comments Off on Web Essentials 05 – Here I Come! - Posted in Blog by

Saturday, September 3rd, 2005

Width: auto does weird things to image

Writing up a bug I wrote some pages this week which included a list of items with a left floated image per list item. So I had markup like this: <ul id=”thisList”> <li><h2>Heading for first item</h2> <div><img src=”i/image1.jpg” width=”106″ height=”106″ alt=”[second image]”><h3>Subheading for first item</h3> <p>A paragraph of description</p> <p>A second paragraph.</p> </div> </li> <li> […]

1 Comment » - Posted in Blog by

Monday, August 1st, 2005

IE7 Beta Available

I must admit that I still wonder what Dean Edwards is planning to do about the name of his javascript library?? But, irrelevant sidepoints aside – Microsoft have released the first beta of IE7, the long awaited upgrade which might make IE a browser fit to develop for. Or we can hope. Downloads available from […]

Comments Off on IE7 Beta Available - Posted in Blog by

Thursday, April 21st, 2005

Elysian offers Email Hosting for Individual Australians

Elysian is pleased to announce that it will now offer hosting for Australians who want managed email. Our Personal Email Hosting Package will allow any Australian to have a superior online presence.

Comments Off on Elysian offers Email Hosting for Individual Australians - Posted in Announcements by

Monday, April 18th, 2005

April Web Standards Group Meeting

Last night’s Brisbane meeting was a roaring success. Our new venue at the Library was great, with the only downside being no internet connection. It seems Brisbane’s standard is the leading edge – an interstate visitor tells us we are far ahead of Melbourne in catering. Better pick up the slack, guys 😉 Tony Aslett’s […]

Comments Off on April Web Standards Group Meeting - Posted in Blog by

Monday, April 11th, 2005

Elysian announces IP Identification Service

Elysian is proud to announce a service to help Australian searchers answer the question "Whats my IP Address?"

Comments Off on Elysian announces IP Identification Service - Posted in Announcements by

Friday, February 25th, 2005

How to appear in Google’s local search results

New Article – Many webmasters are unaware of what is required to be listed in the results for Google’s Local search results – learn exactly how to make your site appear for local searchers.

Comments Off on How to appear in Google’s local search results - Posted in Articles by