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Charles @ CodeConquest.com

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  1. I'm pretty sure that for favicons you need to use absolute URLs rather than relative (eg. http://www...). I doubt that changing 'shortcut icon' to 'icon' will work.
  2. How doesn't it work? Is it still opening in your localhost? Because that shouldn't be happening.
  3. Try in your css: #wrapper {min-width: 1060px;} This ensures that if the browser window is too small to display the content without scrolling, the content will still display normally as it would full-width (which happens to be 1060 pixels in your case)
  4. That's correct, now here's the code: on (release){getURL("http://www.twitter.com",0);}
  5. Sorry, did not see the closing tag for #menuh. Thank you for pointing that out! It's not to 'make up for such a bad browser', it's so that you can link up style sheets which only get read by IE and not the other browsers, because there are a lot of HTML elements and CSS properties it does not / did not support.
  6. In your css add a border declaration: border: solid 1px #000; Replace the hex code with whatever color you want. Also, because the borders will double up, you'll need to remove the border from either the top or bottom. border-top: none; And then add it back in, but only for the first element. :first-child {border-top: solid 1px #000;}
  7. I found these from a Google search: http://www.webartzforum.com/http://www.webdesignerforum.co.uk/
  8. http://teamtreehouse.com has some good quality, in-depth web design videos. A lot of the videos are free but they do charge a monthly fee for access to the whole site. They also have a YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/gotreehouse
  9. What I don't understand is why you don't just combine all three images into one - am I missing something?
  10. I have to say, I'm having trouble understanding what you want to do. Perhaps explain just how you want it to function (don't go into the code side of it, just explain it from a user's perspective), and what purpose is it for?
  11. I don't think that's what's causing the problem. I think it's because this tag: <div id="d-menu"> ...isn't closed. After this code: <div id="d-menu"> <a href="#" onclick="return false;" onmousedown="menudrop('menu1')" class="nm">Menu1</a> <div id="menu1" class="drop"> <h1>Data Menu Satu Disisni</h1> </div> <a href="#" onclick="return false;" onmousedown="menudrop('menu2')" class="nm">Menu2</a> <div id="menu2" class="drop"> <h1>Data Menu Bua Disisni</h1> </div> <a href="#" onclick="return false;" onmousedown="menudrop('menu3')" class="nm">Menu3</a> <div id="menu3" class="drop"> <h1>Data Menu Tiga Disisni</h1> </div> <a href="#" onclick="return false;" onmousedown="menudrop('menu4')" class="nm">Menu4</a> <div id="menu4" class="drop"> <h1>Data Menu Empat Disisni</h1> </div> add in another closing </div> tag.
  12. Hate to be a pedant, but it's $(document).ready() not document.ready(). That will give you a syntax error
  13. A PHP file is just an HTML file with a different file extension, and with snippet(s) of PHP code included. In this case, the PHP code you're using is: <?php include"nav.html";?> So the pages that you want to insert the navbar into need to be .php, because they're the pages with the PHP code. The file it is you're inserting can be PHP if you need it to be, but in this case it's just static HTML so you can leave the extension as .html (see in the code above it's nav.html, not nav.php). Hope this makes sense. Why would you need to write the tags using PHP? Isn't it just static HTML?
  14. Well, I have to say it's quite unlikely that gremlins caused it but you'll have to post your code. Are you using margin-top?
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