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Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopFriday, May 3, 2013 – 5:00 pm to Sunday, May 5, 2013 – 4:00 pmIn this relaxed yet informative weekend art workshop, you will learn to interpret what you see in the natural world through observations and structural analysis. The art of drawing will be the focus with the intent of skill development in rendering line, shape, value and colour accurately and expressively. Basic perspective, composition and lighting will be discussed and applied in attainable exercises. A variety of media will be explored such as graphite, charcoal, pastel and ink. Participants will be able to choose from a range of subject matter. Instructor will give daily demonstrations and provide support and feedback as needed. Advance registration is required. This course is open to all. Space is limited. A minimum of 10 participants required to run the course. Instructor – Marta Scythes Marta Scythes is a medical illustrator, fine artist and educator. She has taught at St. Lawrence College, Southampton Art School, PEI School of Art, Queen’s University and the Haliburton School of The Arts, Fleming College for several years. Marta has illustrated for Harrowsmith Magazine and Harper Collins (New York). McClelland and Stewart published her pencil and ink illustrations in their best-selling UP NORTH nature series as well as in The Canadian Encyclopedia. In May 2012, Simon & Schuster released the best-selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young which features Marta¹s carbon illustrations. Marta has created and produced two scientific animations on Type 1 Diabetes for The Hospital for Sick Children. Learn more about Marta athttp://www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca/~marta. Required Materials: Course materials are not provided, please see Art in Nature Required Materials List (PDF). If you have difficulty downloading this document, please request a copy by e-mail from rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca. Registration Fee: Option 1: $115.00 plus HST – Workshop only. Option 2: $175.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights in double room accommodations. Each double rooms has two single beds, a sink, dresser, two desks and chairs. Double rooms may be shared with other workshop participants. Cost includes accommodations for one person. Option 3: $205.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights single room accommodations. Single rooms at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment are equipped with an en suite bathroom with shower, a dresser, desk and chair. Maximum of 6 available. Materials are not provided. Participants are responsible for proving their own meals and refreshments. Guests staying on site will have access to our self-serve kitchen/lounge for meal preparation. Once your registration is received, you will receive a confirmation message by e-mail. The University of Waterloo will also send you an invoice, either by e-mail or mail, for the course deposit fee of $50 (including HST). Applicants will later be notified as soon as enough registrations have been received to run the workshop. If we do not receive enough registrations and the workshop is cancelled, deposits will be returned. Once the workshop is confirmed with enough registrants, if a participant cancels for reasons other than medical/compassionate, the deposit will not be returned. However, ifa replacement registrant is found, then the deposit will be returned for a cancellation. How to Register: Advance registration is required. This event is open to all. To register please complete our online registration form athttp://uwaterloo.ca/waterloo-summit-centre/interpreting-nature or contact Robin Brushey, at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment at 705-571-0259 or rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca.  Host Waterloo Summit Centre for the EnvironmentEvent website Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopLocation Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment 87 Forbes Hill Drive Huntsville P1H 1E7Canada

Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopFriday, Might 3, 2013 – 5:00 pm to Sunday, Might 5, 2013 – 4:00 pmIn this relaxed yet informative weekend art workshop, you will learn to interpret what you see in the natural world through observations and structural analysis. The art of drawing will be the focus with the intent of skill development in rendering line, shape, value and colour accurately and expressively. Basic perspective, composition and lighting will be discussed and applied in attainable exercises. A variety of media will be explored such as graphite, charcoal, pastel and ink. Participants will be healthy to select from a range of subject matter. Teacher will give regular demonstrations and wage support and feedback as needed. Advance registration is required. This course is open to all. Space is limited. A minimum of 10 participants required to run the course. Teacher – Marta Scythes Marta Scythes is a medical illustrator, fine artist and educator. She has taught at St. Lawrence College, Southampton Art School, PEI School of Art, Queen’s University and the Haliburton School of The Arts, Fleming College for several years. Marta has illustrated for Harrowsmith Magazine and Harper Collins (New York). McClelland and Stewart published her pencil and ink illustrations in their best-selling UP NORTH nature series as well as in The Canadian Encyclopedia. In Might 2012, Simon & Schuster released the best-selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young which features Marta¹s carbon illustrations. Marta has created and produced two scientific animations on Type 1 Diabetes for The Hospital for Sick Children. Learn more about Marta athttp://www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca/~marta. Required Materials: Course materials are not provided, please see Art in Nature Required Materials List (PDF). If you have difficulty downloading this document, please request a copy by e-mail from rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca. Registration Fee: Option 1: 5.00 plus HST – Workshop only. Option 2: 5.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights in double room accommodations. Each double rooms has two single beds, a sink, dresser, two desks and chairs. Double rooms might be shared with other workshop participants. Cost includes accommodations for one person. Option 3: 5.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights single room accommodations. Single rooms at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment are equipped with an en suite bathroom with shower, a dresser, desk and chair. Maximum of 6 available. Materials are not provided. Participants are responsible for proving their own meals and refreshments. Guests staying on site will have access to our self-serve kitchen/lounge for meal preparation. Once your registration is received, you will receive a confirmation message by e-mail. The University of Waterloo will also send you an invoice, either by e-mail or mail, for the course deposit fee of (including HST). Applicants will later be notified as soon as enough registrations have been received to run the workshop. If we do not receive enough registrations and the workshop is cancelled, deposits will be returned. Once the workshop is confirmed with enough registrants, if a participant cancels for reasons other than medical/compassionate, the deposit will not be returned. However, ifa replacement registrant is found, then the deposit will be returned for a cancellation. How to Register: Advance registration is required. This event is open to all. To register please complete our online registration form athttp://uwaterloo.ca/waterloo-summit-centre/interpreting-nature or contact Robin Brushey, at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment at 705-571-0259 or rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca.  Host Waterloo Summit Centre for the EnvironmentEvent website Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopLocation Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment 87 Forbes Hill Drive Huntsville P1H 1E7Canada
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Do any browsers NOT support transparent HTML/CSS?

Question by Questionnaire: Do any browsers NOT support transparent HTML/CSS?

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Answer by Tizio 008
transparent?
the css(3) standard attribute is opacity;
before of css3 (css2) browsers might have a different way to specify transparency. anyway, each good current browser implements part of css3 (still not fully supported, afaik) and should comprehend the opacity.
IE e.g. uses something like filter: filter(alpha=0.5) or something like that; mozilla had it’s extended attribute, like -moz-transparency or similar…
currently i am using opera which comprehends the css3 standard opacity.

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What Web Browsers Support HTML 5 & CSS 3?

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Question by gladlock96: What Web Browsers Support HTML 5 & CSS 3?
Does IE 8, Safari 4, Firefox 3 (or 3.5 beta) support HTML 5 or CSS 3?

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Answer by jef.r.sun
I know for sure that Firefox 3.5 will support HTML 5.

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Q&A: Anyone designed a DHTML/CSS cross-browser drop-down menu/nav bar with transparent background support yet?

Question by Ian S: Anyone designed a DHTML/CSS cross-browser drop-down menu/nav bar with transparent background support yet?
I’ve only found ones that work only in Firefox, or ones that work only in IE, or ones that are flash or Java (i.e. SEO-unfriendly). For an example of what I’m looking for, see http://www.epictrip.com/ (flash-based).

I’d like sub-menu support too.
I want one that supports transparent menu background, so I can see the website behind it. That is the key. None of the recommended menus so far do this.

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Check out ‘www.dynamicDrive.com’ or ‘www.hotscripts.com’
that’s the ideal bet to find what you are looking for.

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Since ‘responsive web design’ is the hot thing that all the children are doing these days, I figured I’d have a go at it as well.

My redesigned site uses css media queries to choose the proper layout for the screen size. Supported browser widths: 320px, 480px, 768px, 1024px+.

There are four layouts, all based on the same grid elements. By using different fixed grids I can keep the gutters consistent without resorting to ten decimal places in declaring percentage sizes.

Since the vast majority of my site traffic is coming in on large screens, this is a bit of an academic exercise, but now I have an example to demonstrate to prospective clients. And in case anybody does look at my site on their smartphone or tablet, it’ll look evenhandedly decent.

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virb.com/kurafire
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I finally got my design done and implemented, w00t! It was a bit of a pain to work around Virb’s markup & CSS bits that can’t be changed, but on the whole it was a relatively pain-free experience, so kudos to the Virb team on that.

It uses a bit of advanced CSS which means that the absolute ideal way to see this page is to use the latest WebKit nightly, which is the only browser that supports all of the CSS I place in there. But, if you don’t have that handy you can rest assured that it’s purely cosmetic enhancements, limited to small details.

I only checked it in IE6/7 to see if there was anything glaringly wrong — while not perfect, I’m not gonna bother smoothing out the small issues that exist in those two browsers. This is a sandbox site, as far as I’m concerned.

Fade to white in firefox and ie
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Having a hell of a time in Firefox and Safari since the non-standard text-overflow: elipsis is not supported. See: Photography tagazine.

Luckily there is a CSS3 linear gradient in those two browsers and they support rgba.

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