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    What problem is causing it to fail? Timeout?...

    What problem is causing it to fail? Timeout? Disconnects? Server error?
  2. The simple solution is to append a userID or...

    The simple solution is to append a userID or something, unique to each user, on one end of the number.

    The other more random solution is to just generate a random, say, 10 digit number, and on...
  3. Well yes, you can just use spans or any other...

    Well yes, you can just use spans or any other HTML element and declare them block level elements, but it begs the question why?

    Why is the client making such a request in the first place? As...
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    Ruby, on Rails, is a web application framework. I...

    Ruby, on Rails, is a web application framework. I don't have much experience with it, so I can't exactly say if it'll do what you want, but note that in the end Javascript is the only thing that can...
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    There are actually a lot more methods to do so,...

    There are actually a lot more methods to do so, and sometimes they're necessary to get good user interactions. For example, firefox saves my passwords, so if I used your site, after typing in my...
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    I'd say, "who cares if it's stretched at all?" :p...

    I'd say, "who cares if it's stretched at all?" :p

    Dorky, sure, we did give her the solution, we're not just saying "don't do it!" and ignoring her. It's just an extra suggestion. :)
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    Here's a quick hint in case you need it. HTML...

    Here's a quick hint in case you need it.

    HTML side:


    <p id="dynamic">Item Number</p>
    <ul id="items">
    <li><a href="#" title="Item 1">This is the first item</a></li>
    <li><a href="#"...
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    Just to be sure, Mini, do you intend for this...

    Just to be sure, Mini, do you intend for this text change to occur on the same page, or after a page refresh (different page)?

    Javascript is a scripting language. There is pretty much no other way...
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    You'll seriously want to cache it, in any case....

    You'll seriously want to cache it, in any case. Remember you'll be resizing a large image on every single page load. That's not going to be easy.

    I'm just saying it's not worth it because I...
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    Despite protection from the server, it's still...

    Despite protection from the server, it's still necessary for the programmer to take preemptive measures against potential attacks. We can't leave a window open and hope the security system will catch...
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    XML socket? You mean AJAX, and yes, that's one...

    XML socket? You mean AJAX, and yes, that's one page load, but it still puts load on the server. Anyway, they should be cached, because you don't want the images continuously being resized on...
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    You never know. That does apply to switching...

    You never know. That does apply to switching pages too, Mini never specified if there needed to be a page refresh. I'm just guessing so because it was a "catalog structure". Really depends on what is...
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    Looks nice and functional, dorky, but I'd...

    Looks nice and functional, dorky, but I'd recommend doing some interface cleanup. There are so many buttons and fields cluttering up the screen.

    First, add padding on the navigation buttons, and...
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    It depends on if the new text will appear on the...

    It depends on if the new text will appear on the same page (say, as a tooltip or expanded detail) or if on a different page (e.g. a products detail page). Javascript for the former, PHP or another...
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    I just don't think it's worth it. Besides, it...

    I just don't think it's worth it. Besides, it would either take AJAX or a double page load. Resizing a raster image will break it and considerably reduce the quality.

    MaryJo, I would recommend to...
  16. It's called a Favicon...

    It's called a Favicon. The wikipedia article also shows how to add one.
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    It's called URL rewriting. This is where I...

    It's called URL rewriting. This is where I learned it.
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    Anyone interested will need more information on...

    Anyone interested will need more information on what you require for your site, and also some information on your budget, most likely.
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    I can't really make anything out of the CSS (we...

    I can't really make anything out of the CSS (we need the HTML!), but I think what you're looking for is the :last-child pseudo-class.

    Sadly it doesn't work with IE6. So you can either let IE6 have...
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    @Vecta: It would be quite helpful for us if we...

    @Vecta: It would be quite helpful for us if we know your site URL. But in general, the course of action I would recommend is to completely deconstruct your site and reassemble it in a more logical...
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    So you do this: index.php:

    So you do this:

    index.php:



    <? include(contents.php); ?>
    <head>
    <title><? draw_title(); ?></title>
    </head>
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    Instead of just putting the content into a...

    Instead of just putting the content into a separate file, put it into a function in that file, and call the function within the body tags. (Or, as you'll often want, without certain elements of your...
  23. No problem, glad to be of help. :) Every once...

    No problem, glad to be of help. :)

    Every once in a while, make a backup of your site, and go through your files in code view (or whatever DW calls it). You can manually strip out empty tags and...
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    Yes, javascript. If you're familiar with jQuery,...

    Yes, javascript. If you're familiar with jQuery, this is very easy to make. Simply append() more boxes when the user clicks() a button.
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    Which is what [ html ] tags are for. ;) I...

    Which is what [ html ] tags are for. ;)

    I believe the broken </html> was just due to error in copying.
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