Repeating HTML table headings when printing

Friday, 18 March 2005

If you are creating HTML pages with tabular data, then you are probably using tables to display that data. When you print out those tables, wouldn't it be nice if the table heading rows (if you have any) are repeated at the top of each page? If you add these styles to your HTML, and make use of the THEAD and TBODY tags to identify the header rows and body rows of your table, then in a modern browser it will do just that! <!-- print style sheet --> <style type="text/css" media="print"> thead {display: table-header-group; } tfoot {display: table-footer-group; } thead th, thead td {position: static; } </style>

Asterisk – a star of the future? | The Register

Thursday, 17 March 2005

Asterisk – a star of the future? | The Register

WinCE Pocket PC Minimo Building Instructions

Tuesday, 15 March 2005

WinCE Pocket PC Phone Minimo Building Instructions

Best Practices for Using the Windows Media Screen Codec

Wednesday, 9 March 2005

This paper describes the benefits of using the Windows Media Screen codec to capture screen content, highlights some common usage scenarios, and offers best-practice recommendations for enhancing the appearance and behavior of the screen content that you capture.

MSDN CodeCamp for Australia

Saturday, 12 February 2005

Code Camp Oz I found this out from Charle's Sterling's blog. I'd heard that something was being planned when we went to the VS.NET 2005 training at Kaz earlier this year. They have these kind of camps in the US. This camp is in Wagga Wagga, which isn't that convenient if you live in Adelaide. We're waiting to hear if we can get funding to fly over (but our priority is TechEd in August, so if there is a choice, then TechEd will be our preference). Another option would be to drive over, but that's a good 10 hour drive!