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    I actually wrote a wrapper for addEventListener...

    I actually wrote a wrapper for addEventListener and attachEvent once, which basically abstracts the whole thing and allows you to use it as you'd use addEventListener, with one difference: instead of...
  2. Glad to hear that it worked =) You're welcome.

    Glad to hear that it worked =) You're welcome.
  3. You'll have to do something like:

    You'll have to do something like:

    <a href="Letter.html" target="_blank">Click here to see Letter of Thanks</a>

    Then in Letter.html, something like this:


    <img src="Letter.jpg" />
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    IE6 interprets a as a:link, because it's annoying...

    IE6 interprets a as a:link, because it's annoying like that.
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    Thanks bfsog. I've corrected it in my post above.

    Thanks bfsog. I've corrected it in my post above.
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    In that case, why does Microsoft's IE browser...

    In that case, why does Microsoft's IE browser stray so far from W3C standards? Surely if they came to a common agreement that this is how it should be done, they'll conform?
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    You need to consider two things: Client-side...

    You need to consider two things:

    Client-side - what the user sees
    Server-side - what processes the information the user submits


    The client-side can be achieved by pure HTML. Something like...
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    Purely backend stuff. If you use

    Purely backend stuff. If you use <form method="get" action="someurl"> you'll see what I mean. The above code will result (if all the checkboxes are checked), something like this:...
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    Like acting15 said, the background is blurry....

    Like acting15 said, the background is blurry. Specifically, it looks very stretched so that you can see all the pixels. You should get something that's not stretched to that extent and has "soft"...
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    The guys who come up with new standards (W3C) are...

    The guys who come up with new standards (W3C) are not the same as the guys who implement the standards (browser devs). That wish will never come true.
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    Yeah, there will always be discrepancies. Can't...

    Yeah, there will always be discrepancies. Can't expect old software to be upgraded unless the user themselves upgrade (e.g. IE6 -> IE7). Either way IE is stupid and always makes a mess of things. You...
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    ...Oh damn. Screw IE! What happens in IE anyway?...

    ...Oh damn. Screw IE! What happens in IE anyway? I didn't have a chance to test it properly on IE.
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    EDIT: Okay finally got it:

    EDIT: Okay finally got it:


    <div id="container">
    <div id="col1">Short content here</div>
    <div id="col2">Long content here</div>
    <br clear="both"/>
    </div>
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    The same code. Just change the path name.

    The same code. Just change the path name.
  15. The first step to improving in web design is to...

    The first step to improving in web design is to do the code yourself. Not in Dreamweaver (of course Dreamweaver's code view is still acceptable), and not using Photoshop's exported HTML. Continue to...
  16. Are you sure http://www.cvrtech.com appears at...

    Are you sure http://www.cvrtech.com appears at the side? My IE6 shows it in the centre.
  17. Opera also supports styling scrollbars, though...

    Opera also supports styling scrollbars, though that doesn't make it any more standard. Personally, I dislike my scrollbars to be swapped with what the designer thinks best.
  18. I helped do the CSS for this one, and it seems to...

    I helped do the CSS for this one, and it seems to work fine with IE6. No text-align needed.
    http://www.cvrtech.com
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    I don't understand what you mean by "fading". Do...

    I don't understand what you mean by "fading". Do you mean fading as in gradient, or fading as in animation? I certainly don't see any fading animations on that page.
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    Backgrounds cannot expand, only tile.

    Backgrounds cannot expand, only tile.
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    Hahah it always starts off a little rough. You'll...

    Hahah it always starts off a little rough. You'll get better. I taught myself web design reading free online tutorials. Same goes for about almost every other language I know.
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    You're welcome. Feel free to drop by and ask if...

    You're welcome. Feel free to drop by and ask if you've got any other questions.
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    :laugh:

    :laugh:
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    The reason for this is that some browsers think...

    The reason for this is that some browsers think that when you put an image into a link, you want to have this ugly thick border around it. To avoid it, override it like this:


    <html>
    <head>
    ......
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    General links change colour and shrink. Sidebar...

    General links change colour and shrink. Sidebar links just get a border
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