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  1. I'll be rolling through the tutorials and have a specific question about a tutorial. It'd be cool if I could click a button that sends me here that sits next to every "try it". It looks like the "try it editors" have unique links. So right on this form, below title, submit the URL from the tutorial you have a question about. Eventually, there would be enough "tags" relating to the questions where the forum will just spit back previous questions about the tutorial when new users click from the tutorial "help" button.
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  2. Google Chrome has just started warning me that by using W3Schools formatting facilities and Font Awesome Icons in my site, cookies are being attached to all uses of my page. Not only is this practice odious in itself, it is illegal in Europe, and THE FACT WAS NOT DISCLOSED BY W3SCHOOLS EITHER IN ITS ADVERTISEMENT FOR ITS FORMATTING TOOLS OR IN ITS ENDORSEMENT OF FONT AWESOME! A web check revealed no easy way of turning off those cookies, so now I am going to find replacement icons and do the work of removing these libraries by hand. This will not be an easy task as shown by the attached i
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  3. This maybe unhelpful but it is one of the reasons why I make all my own icons. I don't want to have to rely on 3rd party code because it opens up vulnerabilities in your website.
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  4. Sweet! Well in that case, let's jump right in and tear yours to shreds. $you != "welcome"; That is a logical assertion, it's like saying true;or false;It doesn't do anything, in fact a spammer might just look at that and mock it! Instead of stating the obvious ($you are not equal to "welcome"), $you should be assigned to something. Instead of the string "welcome", how about a constant? What it means to be welcome doesn't change, so it would make sense to have it be a constant.$you = !WELCOME;you are not welcomeNow, about this database business. While it might be amusing to think about a
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  5. PM or Personal Messages (Not allways personal )Are messages sent by a forum member to another forum member where no one else can read them.For example if i had a percific problem i could PM a spercific member of the forum to help me with that!To PM click on the username of the member...and on there profile select "Send a Personal message"TA DAHope that helped!!Welcome to the forum... (im new-ish too)
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  6. LOL :)At that age, you're untouchable...
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