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    Gosh! you and rizwansyed must be working with identical school exercise book, both working with a circuit board, communicating with server and file on sd card, and now same identical form inputs requiring the SAME effect on selection, must be biggest coincidence in the whole milky way galaxy. hmmm Also you could use required attribute that will give a warning that selection is required if first option has empty value.
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    The only way to show or remove using == or != is to place those values in an array ShowRemoveArray=[3,6,9,12] (use current for loop to push these values into this array), then use jQuerys, $.inArray() to identify if $(this).parent("td").attr("class") value that exists, is equal '==' array or not equal '!=' to -1 (not found returned value)
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    I read what you posted, but I don't know which columns are in that screenshot, there are no headers. I don't know which tables they are either. I don't know what values are in items, transport, projects, and nerms. You're selecting data from multiple tables and using math operations on them, addition and multiplication. What I am saying if that if any of those values you use in addition or multiplication are null, the answer is null. This is what I mean: 1 + 2 + null + 5 + 9 = null 2 * 5 * null * 3 = null
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    The client only runs on a event, with button it would be .onclick, a form .onsubmit, with none of these you are left with event .onload which it usually attached to window. that only runs when the document has fully rendered. https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/event_onload.asp
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    It looks like to me you're missing a `float: none;` for that section that you're referring to. The specific spot you're looking for is gc_template.css - Line 112 #middle { width: auto; width: -moz-auto; margin-left: 0px; float: none; /* Add this */ } From my end, this looks like it works. Feel free to let me know if it does not. This section, in particular, was escaping the page wrapper, making me think there was some alignment or flex going on. I was not incorrect.
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    I've just notice, when I gradually reduce the width of my browser before it reached a media queries breakpoint, scroll bars appear? that is not supposed to happen. It should smoothly move from one to the other with no scrollbars appearing, that usually means you have fixed width content, or containers which will remain greater than the next Media Query break point. It should on whatever width adjust accordingly to a responsive layout before that break point is reached, then it does not matter what specific device width it is.
  7. 1 point
    Yes! you have it twice in media queries 1 floats left the other right, these need to cancelled when it becomes single column.
  8. 1 point
    Because whoever wrote the sequence solver didn't do a good job. You might also notice that exact sequence is listed on that solver as a divergent sequence. If you want to know what that means, look it up.
  9. 1 point
    Internet service. Network appliances like routers know how much traffic is being delivered to which IP address. "Internet" is not a thing that is sent. You have an account with an ISP. The ISP knows about your account. When your computer uses the USB device, or modem, or whatever, to contact the ISP to get an IP address, it tells the ISP which account you are (if you want to know how, look up MAC address - the ISP knows which device you have to connect). If you have a valid account, the ISP assigns an IP address to you and lets you on its network. If you want to know what happens after that, look up internet backbones and gateways.
  10. 1 point
    Again, npm is just a package manager, it is not a build tool. We use webpack, for example, to build the actual file we deploy. npm does not do that, it just gathers the required packages and handles dependencies. Actually building the project to deploy is another process. If you open your Chart.js file and look at it, what do you see? Does it define a Chart object? Yes, all of our servers use that environment. We have 7 servers online right now, as the CTO part of my job is running them. Our servers don't crash, but occasionally one fills up its hard drive or something else fun happens. Why not download and save a copy of the file that you then serve locally?
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    Is it not possible to just include the Javascript file with a <script> tag?
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