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  1. Theres no technical difference as such. I just migrated the site onto a new server at the same time one server running MySQL 5.0 and the other MySQL 5.1
  2. I have a major problem with SQL Database. I have a site im working on with over 1k members. When old members book an event the event does not show on their member page. however when a new member joins then goes to book an even the event shows up on their member page. this is getting very confusing. I do know that we attracted some malware onto the site before all the problem started. However this has been cleaned off and there is now no trace of the malware. Can anyone help as im all out of ideas for fixes. I dont want to have to manually rebuild the database as this is too time confusing and would take a long time. Thanks in advance.
  3. Can anyone help me. this may be a noob question but...... I am trying to create a website and am trying to position two spaces I have for my header side by side. The left is going to have a logo inserted into the html code and the right side is going to be using a background image place in the css code. I cannot eem to get the 2 boxes to sit side by side in the header tags. Can someone help me? Heres the HTML: <body><div id="container"> <div id="header"> <div class="lftimg"><img src="images/logo.gif" /> </div> <div class="rtimg"> </div> </div> </div></body> Heres the CSS: body { margin: 10px; padding: 0px; text-align: center; background-color: #DAFEFD; color: #fff;}#container { margin: 0px auto; background: url(../images/background.gif) repeat-y; text-align: left; width: 900px; height: 800px;}#header { width: 900px; height: 160px; display: inline;}#header .lftimg { margin: 0px; height:160px; width: 239px;}#header .rtimg { margin-left: 239px; height:160px; position: relative; background:url(../images/header_rt.gif); top: 0px; left: 0px; width: 661px;}
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