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Found 6 results

  1. I want to add elements by the browser into an array with the name $map I wrote the next piece of code for this: <?php $var = $_POST["var"]; function addIntoArray($var) { global $map; if (($var != ".") || ($var != "..")) { array_push($map, $var); echo $var . " succesfully added to the array!"; } return; } ?> The problem though, is not having an error code, but the screen just does not give an output at all while I did make an echo line. Whats going wrong here?
  2. Transparent Backdrop

    I have been building a website that I like but it is a little bit 'busy' looking. I have a background image (a picture of bark) with multiple boxes floating on it with the info. For example, I have a boxs for navigation, one for the title, and one eith the article. They are spaced out so you can see the bark background through the cracks. I like this but it distracts from the main information in a way I dont want. How can I suround these boxes with a semi transparent white so that you can only lightly see the image through it. I still want the picture to be clear on the edges just have the 'fog' in the center. i tried putting them in an element that has the opacity set down but that affects all child elements. How can i do this but keep the inside text fully clear?
  3. Controlling Pseudo Elements like Regular Elements

    In trying to make a "talkbubble" styled div- box change colors completely upon being clicked, I ran into a problem of getting the :before pseudo element that I'm using (to shape the arrow for the talkbubble) to actually change colors with the rest of the element. My script is http://jsfiddle.net/petiteco24601/3xuuq2fx/. When I couldn't get it to work, I did some research and it seems what/how to control pseudo-elements is a question that most web developers seem shaky about. For the most part, a lot of what I found was basically saying that there's no way to really force javascript on a pseudo element, since the pseudo element doesn't REALLY exist. However, with more research, I found things like http://css-tricks.com/pseudo-element-animationstransitions-bug-fixed-in-webkit/ andhttp://stackoverflow.com/questions/2610497/change-an-inputs-html5-placeholder-color-with-css/2610741#2610741 that say that those bugs were fixed and it is possible with some browsers to use javascript on pseudo elements. What's the actual deal? How extensively can a person control pseudo elements?
  4. Xsd Schema With Optional Elements

    Hi, I need to generate a XSD from XML DataFile. My Data looks like<DOCUMENTS><DOCUMENT><T1>TEST1</T1><T2>TEST2</T2><T3>TEST3</T3><T4>TEST4</T4></DOCUMENT></DOCUMENTS> I am trying to generate a XSD where I don't want to specify about the elements other than T1 and T4.I need only to verify if T1 and T4 exists and the schema validation should fail if any of them does not exist. Because the data file may change tomorrow and I can add a new element <T5></T5> and I don't want to update the XSD. And also the elements can occur in any order. The elements T1 and T4 should occur only once and they are mandatory. I am trying to use <xs:any> attribute, but I am not able to use it along with <xs:choice>.. Any help is apprieciated.
  5. CSS complete documentation?

    hi, Im a beginner-middle css user... and every time that I need search for a element and properties I need go to google and go to some pages... but where's the entire documentation that show EVERY SINGLE element that exist on CSS? (including css3...) with good examples of use etc...? is a waste of time search in a lot sites... and which elements are by default block or inline? any help related with my question? thank you
  6. Hey All, I'm jumping back into some web design to update personal site (I usually do camera and computer effects so this is always liking diving back into a 12-foot pool at first).I was wondering how to script a jQuery selector so that it would select all other elements in the document that matched that specific class of the object that was clicked. The purpose is to click on a little mini-thumbnail in a slide that would bring up a "gallery widget" with the appropriate photo enlarged and its respective thumbnail in the widget highlighted, rather than just uploading the first in the set. The elements being selected are in an entirely different div/list so they can't be considered children.Do I need to use a variable? If so how (terrible with that part)?All help is greatly appreciated. Thanks! Jared Also, this wont be an issue with other classes being attached, will it?
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