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niche last won the day on December 10 2019

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About niche

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    php, mysql, html, css, javascript

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    coding, inventing, selling, building large scale models, sci fi

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  1. thanks dsonesuk. obviously, i didn't know that off the top of my head, but would've figured it out. thanks again for the save.
  2. Point. What's your actual relevant code look like?
  3. Add margins to your thinking:https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_margin.asp
  4. this will get you started if you want to write your own code: https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_audio_play.asp Else, google your topic you'll find dozens, probably 100s, of options.
  5. Everything is possible with code. what might your code look like if you tried to that?
  6. Begin doing w3schools tutorials. Then, post your specific code questions in the forums.
  7. Great job of finding the relevant code, but I don't recognize the styling notation. Google suggests it's java server (obviously, JSF is a ref to java server) . Hopefully someone else can help you.
  8. Good to know there're hybrids.
  9. What kind of code are you writing?
  10. What does your developer tool say your relevant code looks like?
  11. I think you're referring to MVC Model View Controller. If you're asking about the diff between Model and View, The Model gets the data from your tables, or other data source, and the View displays it on the browser page. I use my MVC everyday. Keeps me sane.
  12. make an attempt with the links: https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_class_float.asp https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_div.asp
  13. wrap them in a <div> and give that <div> the float:left; property/value
  14. niche


    What's your question?
  15. niche


    Please post your relevant code using the code tag Also, what are you using server side? or, do you plan to handle your form results client side
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