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  1. Ingolme

    basic php - mySQL database login question

    The password is never sent over the internet, this is just source code of a program that only ever gets executed on the server.
  2. Ingolme

    Understanding how namespaces work

    If the software that is reading the XML document finds an element that it recognizes from a namespace that it is built to support, then it will use the data from the element in the way that was specified in the standard associated with that namespace. If you give it an element that it does not recognize, then the behaviour depends on who built the software. The programmer may have chosen to ignore it or they might have decided to show an error message.
  3. testObject starts off empty, but the code is adding elements to it on each iteration. Specifically on this line: testObject[itemPropertyName] = item;
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    Namespace for macroses

    XML does not have macros, it does not have conditionals or loops. It is hardly different than a plain text file. It does nothing until a program reads it.
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    Namespace for macroses

    The closest thing you'll find is XSLT, but it will only work if passed through an XSLT parser. Most browsers have one built in, but if you're in a different environment it will have to load some tool or library to do it. XML does not do anything on its own, it always has to be interpreted by a program.
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    radio button value print

    You cannot put a Javascript variable in the value attribute, whatever is in the value attribute is shown literally as it is in the HTML. If you want to change the value of an input element, it is similar to how you are putting in the <span> except that you should set the .value property instead of .innerHTML.
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    Juggling Dimensions in Responsive Design

    You've set the left column to a width of 28% and the middle column to a width of 54%, that leaves 18% of empty space between them.
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    Matomo Query String - Use of Hash Tags

    If you really are putting each part of the URL on one line, that needs to be fixed. You cannot have line breaks in a URL. Judging by the format of the URL, my guess is that they built Matomo so that when Javascript is available it will treat the hash the same as the query string, you should actually copy all hash data that isn't in the query string into the query string, then remove the hash. The downside of free software is that the person making the software has no financial incentive to take the time to support their users, but I would infer that the reason the Matomo developers are not being very helpful is that you're using their software in a way that it was never intended to be used.
  9. Ingolme

    Newbie css duplicate reference question

    The last rule overrides the first one. There are a set of rules by which you can always determine which CSS will be used, you can read about it here: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_specificity.asp
  10. Ingolme

    A Matter of Scope

    I can't see where in your code it is declared, so I can't tell you if it is accessible. As long as the variable is declared outside of any other functions, it is accessible anywhere. Have you tried it?
  11. Ingolme

    scoped attribute for <style>

    I tested and the scoped attribute does not work. According to MDN, Firefox should support it, but it also says that the attribute is deprecated so it's best not to use it. Since the scoped attribute is deprecated, <style> elements should only go in the <head> section of the document.
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    Problem with HTML5

    If you want it to look exactly like that, save the photoshop button as a PNG file and use that as a background image. If you're content with a flatter looking button, you can combine a linear gradient, border radius and box shadow. The arrow at the corner of the box would have to be a right angle triangle and could not have its own shadow. This example shows how to add an arrow to a box with CSS: https://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp?filename=trycss_tooltip_arrow_bottom
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    Resetting iterators

    First, verify that it actually can iterate through the data set twice, by trying a for loop right after the first one. If it can't iterate twice, then you call fetchall() to obtain a list and store that in another variable instead. You will be able to iterate over a generic Python list as many times as you need to.
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    CSS Buttons: width and height tags don't work

    You have a syntax error in your CSS. Your lines must be separated by a semi-colon. I suggest you move all CSS to the external file and remove the <style> tags from the document. I've attached a working solution. CSS.css SchwarzwaldvereinOrtsgruppeAchern.html
  15. This is a public forum, you can show it to anybody. The task is impossible using only Javascript, but do you have access to a server-side programming language?
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