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  1. I want the SORT and the drop-down box aligned to the bottom of the table..I've been trying to solve this for a while now. Is there a way to do this other than taking "sort" out of the big table? Thanks! <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"><html><style type=""> .table1 { border-top: 0px none;border-right: 0px none;border-bottom: 1px solid #9C9C9C;border-left: 1px solid #085AA5; background-color: #FFFFFF; margin: 0px;padding: 0px; } .table2 { border-top: 0px none; border-right: 1px none #9C9C
  2. Is there a way to have the text " Is there a way I can have this text aligned to the bottom?" aligned to the bottom if the DIV? <html><head><title>HTML Div Tag</title></head><body><div style="width:100%"> <div style="background-color:pink;"> <h1>My Sample Page</h1> </div> <div style="background-color:pink; height:200px;width:310px;float:left;"> Left Side <div style="background-color:pink;float:left; textalign:bottom;"> <center> Is there a way I can have this text ali
  3. Sorry. Accidentally posted in the wrong forum.
  4. Is there way to have the text marked "Is there a way I can have this text aligned to the bottom?" aligned to the bottom? <html><head><title>HTML Div Tag</title></head><body><div style="width:100%"> <div style="background-color:pink;"> <h1>My Sample Page</h1> </div> <div style="background-color:pink; height:200px;width:310px;float:left;"> Left Side <div style="background-color:pink;float:left; textalign:bottom;"> <center> Is there a way I can have this text aligned to t
  5. Thanks for the reply. I should have explained it a little bit more.My table structure is more complicated. I have 5 tables inside the big one and I want each to be aligned to the top with the bigTable. So adding another <tr> wont work. <table id = myBigTable><tr align="top><td valign="top><table id="iWantThisToBeAlignedToTheTopOfMyBigTable><tr>...</tr><table id="iWantThisToBeAlignedToTheBottomOfMyBigTable><tr>...</tr></td><td valign="top><table id="iWantThisToBeAlignedToTheTopOfMyBigTable><tr>...</tr><
  6. I have a table that has a table inside it.<table id="myTable"><tr valign="top" ...><td valign="top"> <table id="innerTableAlignedToTop" ..> <tr><td>..</td></tr></td></tr></table>Now my problem is that I want another table inside "myTable" that's aligned to the bottom of it. Is there a way to accomplish this? I have tried several ways to accomplish this - but none of them seems to be working.Thanks.
  7. Solved it by deleting the file if it already exists in the destination folder. Either way it's gonna get deleted at some point- so why not a bit early! If Not objFSO.FileExists(objFile) Then objFSO.MoveFile objFile, objDestFolderElse objFSO.DeleteFile objFileEnd IfRewrite would have been a less brutal option - but I dont think it's possbile.Thanks,Sang
  8. Hi,I have written a vbscript program to move files that are older than 30 days from a folder and its subfolders to another folder (without keeping the directory structure). However, if a file has the same name as one in its subfolders, it exits saying "File already exists". (Since a folder cannot have two files of the same name ) My question is, is there a way to move files and overwrite if it already exists? Or is there any other work around? For Each objFile in colFiles fileModifyDate =objFile.DateLastModified daysSinceModify = datediff("d", fileModifyDate, date) 'Move file only
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    That's what I did and looks like it's working. Thanks!
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    SQL Query

    Hi,I want to know if there's a way to get the first and last records from a table.I'm using SQL server 2000 database.My question follows :SELECT createdate from TABLE WHERE agent_name = "JohnDoe" AND createDATE >='start_date' AND createdate <='end_date'This query will fetch me all the createdates for this agent like this. 2007-06-19 13:20:282007-06-19 13:59:56............................................................2007-06-19 23:56:482007-06-19 23:58:29My idea is to use the DateDiff function of vbscript to find the minutes between the first createdate and the last create so I can cal
  11. I've written a base64 decoding program to convert the encoded body of the email that's stored in an SQL database. The problem is, in the database, it stores the space as some weird character (that looks like blocked uppercase I) and when I pass this body through the decoder, it cannot strip this character out. Does anyone know what this character is called and how to remove it? I replaced the space and tabs using the following method :base64String = Replace(base64String, vbCrLf, "")base64String = Replace(base64String, vbTab, "")base64String = Replace(base64String, " ", "")This wont eliminate t
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