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  1. My images in a div won't flush to the right

    > Because you have an extra curly brace in here... Waaaaaaaa! Thank you! > Also you should stop using the border attribute (put it in the css) and start using the alt attribute Thanks for the suggestion!
  2. My HTML code is this: <div id="dlogo"> <img class="dlogopic" border="0" src="http:.....png"> <img class="dlogopic" border="0" src="https://.....png"> </div> I would like to have these images displayed on the right hand side of the window. I tried the following CSS: .dlogopic { display: inline-block; height: 60px; overflow: auto; } div#dlogo { { text-align: right; } Still, the images are displayed on the left.
  3. This is about the overflow-x and overflow-y properties, which are explained here: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_overflow-y.asp I thought I would understand the explanations, but when I used the "try it" editor, setting the overflow-y property in the example provided, to either 'scroll' or 'visible', produce both the same effect: A vertical scrollbar is shown. From the explanation, I expected to see a scrollbar in the example when overflow-y is set to scroll, but not when it is set to visible I tried this on fairly new versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and on IE11
  4. Say I have a page where I have two <META HTTP-EQUIV="expires" CONTENT="..."> elements with different expiration date. What does the standard say about this (in HTML4 and HTML5 respectively)? Undefined behaviour? The first is valid? The second one is valid? The one with the earlier date is valid? I tried to google for this problem, but didn't find an answer...
  5. Sorry, this is really a beginner's question:I stumbled over the following piece of JavaScript code:var ctx=element.getElementsByTagName('canvas')[0].getContext('2d')...var w=ctx.canvas.widthI understand what the code is doing. However, I was surprised to find, that we can extract the canvas out of the context (i.e. ctx.canvas), because when looking at http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_canvas.aspI find the following:"This reference will cover the properties and methods of the getContext("2d") object"but looking below, I do not find an attribute "canvas" listed. Did I misunderstand the documentation, i.e. are there maybe even more attributes or methods available for the context object, than are listed on ref_canvas.asp? Or why has the "canvas" attribute been left out?
  6. My schema file starts like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?><xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"> <!-- SIMPLE TYPES --> <xs:simpleType name="my.types.bool"> <!-- this is line 5 --> <xs:restriction base="xs:string"> <xs:pattern value="([tT]([rR][uU][eE])?)|([fF]([aA][lL][sS][eE])?)|([yY]([eE][sS])?)|([nN][Oo]?)|1|0+"/> </xs:restriction> </xs:simpleType> The validator of the XML editor I'm using (XML Copy Editor) complains: Error at line 5: Element schema has extra content: simpleType What am I doing wrong? I thought this message means that I have some text outside of an XML element, but there is none (except spaces and comments), so it must be a different reason.
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