zeke936

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About zeke936

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  • Birthday 04/12/1991

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    HTML, XHTML, CSS, a little JavaScript, Python

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  1. I like the first design. I find it more eye catching and memorable than the other.
  2. Color-wise, you could try something like yellow, magenta, or maybe having fun and giving one a sort of negative effect.
  3. It's impressive. I like your background, and your banner looks awesome. However somewhere, I would like to see a description of the game and it's mechanics of how to play.
  4. Thanks. Yeah, I saw that second one at a bookstore once. I may pick that up at some point in the future.
  5. My very first computer programming experience was in Python and I am fairly proficient with it. I'm pretty much just good with the basics and basic theory. However, I've been having trouble finding a good book or tutorial on CGI with Python. Anybody have any recommendations?
  6. I'm not a big fan of white on black either, but it doesn't really cause me any "harm"; it's just bland. I personally prefer a light green, light blue, or even silver on a black background, since it's easy on the eyes.
  7. I think I figured out what to do what you are trying to do with a combination of both CSS and Javascript. I went to one of the Try-It-Out Editors and experimented a little and came up with this. This is copied and pasted straight from the editor I used. <html><head><script type="text/javascript">function showOverflow(){document.getElementById("over").style.overflow="auto";}</script><style type="text/css">div {background-color:#00FFFF;width:150px;height:150px;overflow: hidden}</style></head><body><p>The overflow property decides what to do if the content inside an element exceeds the given width and height properties.</p><div id="over" onmouseover="java script:showOverflow()">You can use the overflow property when you want to have better control of the layout. Try to change the overflow property to: visible, scroll, auto, or inherit and see what happens. The default value is visible.</div></body></html>
  8. Hi, I'm not exactly new to programming in general, but I am fairly new to web design and programming of that nature. My first experience in programming was my high school course in which we learned to program in Python. Then at the end of the year, after a few weeks of VPython, we started on a very little amount of HTML which is what got me interested. My teacher recommended this site and I've been teaching myself these subjects as I come to them. Although, I'm still sort of trying to figure out whether I should start learning PHP and SQL now, since I'm not entirely sure with what I would use them for, even though I've already read through small portions of each of their tutorials...