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  1. Thread: blog

    by SoftLink
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    ACK! that next was a bug. There's an extra ...

    ACK! that next was a bug.
    There's an extra <tr> tag in there too.
    Sorry about that.

    You can pretty easily add comments for a given 'article'.
    Write a function to pull all comments into an...
  2. It looks like you've got the right idea, AJAX....

    It looks like you've got the right idea, AJAX. Write a function that is triggered on scroll. Retrieve a 'block' of data and display it at the bottom of the page.
    ...
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    I agree. It's not difficult for a Web programmer...

    I agree. It's not difficult for a Web programmer but it'd be insurmountable for someone with no education and no experience.
    Even if you could, through research, trial & error, get something to...
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    Sure you can pm me. I removed...

    Sure you can pm me.
    I removed href="javascript:void(0)" and it closed just fine.
    javascript: void(0) just returns 'undefined'. It doesn't really do anything except provide an href so the mouse...
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    I'm not sure exactly what you're after. If I...

    I'm not sure exactly what you're after.
    If I understand you want a background image to fill the screen completely and you have a circle over that.
    If the image is supposed to 'fit' the window in...
  6. Thread: blog

    by SoftLink
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    I'm sorry, I can't test that code. Neither of my...

    I'm sorry, I can't test that code. Neither of my Web hosts nor my test computer can run classic asp.
    You can remove the Option Explicit. I expect that you will get another error.
    From there we can...
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    It's gotta be something to do with your browser....

    It's gotta be something to do with your browser.
    I just re-pasted the code into a blank .htm file and tested it in 2 browsers.
    It worked fine.

    You could delete this href="javascript:void(0)"...
  8. Thread: blog

    by SoftLink
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    Boy, that takes me back to the beginning of...

    Boy, that takes me back to the beginning of server side technology and using databases.
    This is the first way I ever developed database driven Web pages.
    That was a looooong time ago :)

    I don't...
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    I don't see a problem with your code. I copied &...

    I don't see a problem with your code.
    I copied & pasted it into a Web page and it worked fine.

    I added the ability to show different colors when the user mouses over each of the items.

    ...
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    That's very strange. I tested the code and it...

    That's very strange. I tested the code and it worked fine.
    I still have the file. I just tested it again. It works great.
    I looked at the code and it doesn't have the syntax problems you show here....
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    Yea, you've got a mess there. In view of the...

    Yea, you've got a mess there.
    In view of the fact that a poem will take up a lot of the page, I'd display them 1 at a time with an Approve and a Reject button at the top & bottom.

    I'd pull up the...
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    It looks like their position is absolute. If so,...

    It looks like their position is absolute. If so, their position is unrelated to the text in the divs.
    You'd need to change the position to relative or remove position:absolute from the css.

    You...
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    The code should be at the bottom of the page...

    The code should be at the bottom of the page (after all the html is written) or you can put it as you did previously, in the onload event $(function () { . . . });

    I can't see how the code I...
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    OK, I can help you here:) First off, you don't...

    OK, I can help you here:)
    First off, you don't need to put the mouse move function inside the onload.
    Second, in the JQuery selector you never specify whether you're querying for a class or id or ....
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    You can do that in a number of ways. You could...

    You can do that in a number of ways.
    You could just redirect them to another page.

    I'd probably use JavaScript and change the html code inside the element.
    This works.



    <!DOCTYPE HTML>...
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    I don't think you're right. To do that he would...

    I don't think you're right. To do that he would literally have to programmatically write the image file itself.
    That would be the hard way to do this.

    Why do you think he's only using one file?
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    He's using 2 classes for each icon: image...

    He's using 2 classes for each icon: image headcms_img1
    It looks like he's writing the css and html code from php.
    The classes look to be product specific so I don't think they're hard coded into a...
  18. Well, the problem is not with the OneEngine...

    Well, the problem is not with the OneEngine template. The 'stock' version of the template doesn't have the horizontal scrollbar.
    SO - it's gotta have something to do with the SiteOrigins prebuilt...
  19. Browsers generally have search functionality...

    Browsers generally have search functionality built in. On a PC if you hold Ctrl & click F you can usually gain access to a search box.
    The resultant text is highlighted for you. Different devices...
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    Can you tell us what theme it is so we can...

    Can you tell us what theme it is so we can analyze the code? Can you show us the code?
    You can't use a psd file on a Web page so they've gotta be doing something in php or javascript or . . . ...
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    It's difficult to say without looking at the...

    It's difficult to say without looking at the code, why no scrollbars.
    The mouse wheel scrolls on that site so it's not body{overflow:hidden}

    There are a number of ways to do it, some more...
  22. It's very difficult to debug a problem without...

    It's very difficult to debug a problem without being able to analyze the code, let alone not even being able to see the site at all.
    I looked at the links. You're a musician? Me too :) I play guitar...
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    This site uses vBulletin which is a free forum...

    This site uses vBulletin which is a free forum software application.
    You can easily set up multiple levels of user access.
    There are others too,
    Take a look at this.
    From there you can just...
  24. I'm guessing you've set width or height and left...

    I'm guessing you've set width or height and left the other dimension auto?

    I think you need to make the image proportional to the space.
    That means you'd have to cut the sides off.
    From there...
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