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Everything posted by dsonesuk

  1. How do I invoke multiple functions automatically

    You can't have two identical functions with same name, you can send some sort of identifier, for different table, then process on the identifier sent in if/else condition OR of course change one of the function names and refer to that function depending the table you want to produce.
  2. How can I put blur on the image?

    Note: MS Internet Explorer and Edge browsers are 5 years behind other better browsers, you might want to consider alternative with svg instead, I had the same problem a few months ago, though i can't remember where I got solution from. try google: alternative to css3 blur Internet explorer
  3. How can I put blur on the image?

    You have not use content: property to create a sort of textual element which you can style as you would any other element, such as assigning a background-image to it. https://www.w3schools.com/code/tryit.asp?filename=FKQ6I0XUJ7BR
  4. w3-btn and what am I doing wrong?

    What i would do is apply a class to parent container, use that class name along with w-3 class colour you wish to target, to give it higher precedence, then change to whatever colour you wish, without messing around with original w-3 css styling and duplicating everything. you could use w3-color-overide01 on parent then .w3-color-overide01 .w3-aqua {background-color: lime; }
  5. XML not working - can't see what's wrong

    When inserting coding select '<>‘ above. There has never been a marked as solved option, people sometimes add '[solved]' to original title.
  6. How can I put blur on the image?

    No! the opposite, with a image (img) element within a div, the height of the div is determined by the height of image,. By removing img element and using background image for div, there is nothing to give it height, so it will collapse to zero height, meaning the background-image will not show because the height is zero, given the div a height means the image is able to show itself. You either need a div to have background image and a child element OR content: property using : after or :before to have background colour or vice versa, with whatever has background image using filter: blur() and maybe opacity.
  7. How to upload website to server

    That would be the company that you register with to host your website, by searching all web site hosting companies on the web that have the required services you require.
  8. How can I put blur on the image?

    What css styling does the img element have, that the div using background image instead does not! Now think about it, also div with no dimensions means height 0, no height, no background image to see.
  9. How can I put blur on the image?

    What image in div, div with background-color, image with opacity and blur? how difficult can that be?
  10. How can I put blur on the image?

    What if you place image in div, give div background color/s (gradient), then use opacity and blur for image.
  11. Looking for Direction

    I don't understand why you would chat to someone with this posters username, if you had a problem with mine? much worse.
  12. W3.CSS Layout - borders doubling up between rows

    .w3-cell-row { margin: auto; margin-top: 0; width: 79%; border-collapse: collapse; /* margin-bottom: -10px;*/ } .w3-cell { background-color: #fff; border: 5px solid #00c; /* margin-bottom: -10px;*/ border-bottom: none; } .w3-cell-row:before, .w3-cell-row:after { content: none; } .w3-cell-row:last-child {border-bottom: 5px solid #00c;}
  13. Looking for Direction

    These days it would be better to store each item details in a database, including image path, then use server script language (PHP, ASP.Net) to loop though these items placing them in a specific html layout. You can then manipulate the data to whatever you require before displaying it. Most things that don't involve a event such click, can be done through css3, otherwise JavaScript is required. You really shouldn't use tables anymore, because you need a responsive layout that will go from example: 4 columns to 1 column for smaller devices, which tables are incapable of doing easily.
  14. How to upload website to server

    You should retrieve this info from your host, I and no one here, can give you that information, if they could, theycould turn your site into any unsavoury website you can imagine.
  15. How to upload website to server

    Like I said! you will be provided with username and password to access your hosts FTP, you log in, and it will show on the right your website folder to upload your files to, and on the left the files from your operating system folder, then select files you wish to upload or select upload all. ??? as you would normally pay for something, credit or debit card, its extremely unlikely they will take livestock for payment. Note: If you intend to use a server language script such as windows(ASP.net most likely more expensive) or Linux (PHP), you need to make sure you choose the correct package. Both will run plain HTML files, anything else using server script you will have to select a package that will work with the server script you intend to use.
  16. HTML 5.

    That's alright I will officially ignore you in responding to further topics in this forum. bye good luck.
  17. HTML 5.

    You are in the wrong when you made that assumption, evil consumed you into thinking it meant what you thought, say 3 hail Mary's, and we'll leave it at that! David Sones UK. And stop quoting all these proverbs, I'm not interested. religion is the main cause of trouble in this world.
  18. How to upload website to server

    Get a free or paid web hosting provider, you will need sort out name of site when creating website at web hosting company. You should then be given a FTP address to your website folders, then upload your files using FTP program such as 'FileZilla' using FTP username and password to access your website folder/s.
  19. HTML 5.

    I should look up w3schools tutorial on media queries, they use pixels to represent different device width, which adjust the column layout from two column to single column, from normal dropdown to a burger menu dropdown, by using percentages in this case it wont be able to adjust because 30% is non fixed width, it changes as viewport width changes, and so it will never take effect. The name is not disrespectful name, in your mind you might think it may disrespectful but that is your mind giving way to misguided thoughts of somthing that does not exist, so i suggest you keep your thoughts to yourself and keep it shut until you know the facts.
  20. XML not working - can't see what's wrong

    '&' on its own is not allowed in xml, use &amp; instead, also to ref each item through loop you have to use x[i] as well
  21. HTML 5.

    You have nav element with max-width of 160px; the image with width: 100%; will only extend to available width of its parent I.E 160px; by adding inline styling of 616px, you are extending image width beyond that of the nav element it is in. To be responsive you should use percentages not fixed width with pixel units, and then media queries to stack each column above each over with width 100%; for smaller devices.
  22. Multiple Slideshows on one page

    This is similar to another topic http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/topic/57048-need-two-slideshows-—-both-with-arrow-and-dots/?tab=comments#comment-313452
  23. w3 slider - multiple sliders on one page

    The slideIndex will always be 1; When function called var slideIndex = 0; then further on slideIndex++;
  24. Default should Hide and Click should Display

    1) Anything using below class will use pointing finger cursor .style1 { font-family: Verdana; font-size: 10pt; text-align:justify; cursor:pointer; } 2) You said Which means you would have to apply this styling class name to container element, which would either be a Paragraph, or Anchor, or Strong element that surround the text ' Click to Read More'. BUT! you have applied class name to This is outside the scope of what you are trying to target, its scope starts from opening span <span class="style1"> and finishes at </span>, all the text "W3Schools is a popular web site for learning web technologies online.[2] Content includes tutorials and references relating to..." will have the pointer cursor, but anything outside this will work as default styling, which is what is happening to anchor text you are attempting to target, because its outside '<span class="style1">....</span>' scope.
  25. CSS accordion

    IF we ARE talking about the icons + and arrow, they are produced using css which is also used to rotate the icons, if you do not include this and apply to a element using its class, you won't see any of these icons or it rotation.