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  1. Try this.. You can ignore the ORDER BY part if you need it sorted.SELECT REF, COUNT(*) AS TOTAL FROM TABLE_NAME GROUP BY REF ORDER BY COUNT(*) DESC
  2. Try this SELECT NAME FROM TABLE1 WHERE ID NOT IN (SELECT REF FROM TABLE2)
  3. pulpfiction

    Quiz Test

    http://www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Scripts_and_...zzes/index.html
  4. I prefer installing WAMP5 which installs Apache, PHP5 and MySQL on Windows platform.http://www.wampserver.com/en/download.php
  5. pulpfiction

    php file

    Im not a PHP expert, just try displaying the whole file. <?phpecho "<br>";$myFile = "http://www.amfiindia.com/portal/upload/downloadnav.txt";$handle = fopen($myFile, 'rb');$theData = fread($handle, filesize($myFile));fclose($fh);echo $theData;echo "hii testing!!!!";fclose($handle);?>
  6. Using FF, I dont see any problem you mentioned, are you testing on a specific browser?
  7. The site looks really nice... One thing you can improve on is the dropdown menu, there seems to be a slight gap between the main menu and the dropdown. and the other menus have nice spacing and background but that seems to be missing for the dropdown menu.
  8. Try this...p.top { float: left; text-align: left; font-size: .9em; } p.ask { text-align: right; font-size: .9em; color: #f751b9; } a.ask { color: #f751b9; float: right; text-align: right; }
  9. asp:ListItem has a "Value" attribute. <asp:ListItem Value="0">Female</asp:ListItem><asp:ListItem Value="1">Male</asp:ListItem>Like all web controls, since the DropDownList just renders as a form element (a SELECT tag), its value can be retrieved from the Request object. For example, to retrieve the value of the control and output it to the screen, we might use code like this Request("gender")
  10. Its not necessary to use double quotes for values of attributes in HTML but if you want to some XHTML standard then you need to have quotes for values...HTML: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML [section 4.3]XHTML: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xhtml [section 1.2]
  11. This might help....http://support.netfirms.com/article.php?id=509
  12. Not really sure, but think its because of period [.]in the table name. did you have similar trouble before with the table name? try INSERT INTO [magicform.csv](UserEmail......Also try to print out the SQL query and see if its in the correct format.
  13. this is kinda lengthy code.... but has solution.http://www.quirksmode.org/js/detect.html
  14. Liked #3 but #4 looks better....
  15. pulpfiction

    repeat

    use just "repeat". The background image will be repeated vertically and horizontally.
  16. my suggestion, Third........
  17. Are you asking about favicons??? If thats what you need, check this outhttp://www.winterdrache.de/freeware/png2ico/favicon.html
  18. I joined new company and they are training me in JAVA & J2EE and stuff.... This will be interesting to test my knowledge in JSP..... Just post any problems you face.
  19. The action attribute in both forms are the same, so on submit it goes to that page...FORM1: <form action="http://members.freewebs.com/formMail.jsp" method="post" onsubmit="return validate(this)">FORM2:<form action="http://members.freewebs.com/formMail.jsp" method="post" onsubmit="return validate(this)">
  20. http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.ph...ic=9752&hl=
  21. There was a similar discussion. see if this might help.http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.ph...c=13559&hl=
  22. One way to do this is to have a array of 52 different srting/messages and then calculate the week number from the current date and display the message. say if Feb 5, 2007 is the 6th week of the year. so arr[6] = "This is the week of vodka" and feb 12th is 7th week and arr[7] = "This is the week of rum"
  23. Check if this is what you are looking for......http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfsharp/also this discussion http://www.aspnetworld.com/articles/2004011801.aspx
  24. Try this if you need in simple HTML or you can use CSS to get this.....<form method="post" action="nextpage.xxx">.............<INPUT TYPE="image" SRC="img.gif" HEIGHT="xx" WIDTH="xxx" BORDER="0" ALT="Submit Form"></form>
  25. 1. HTML, CSS, ASP, ASP.NET [VB.NET], PHP2. ASP.NET, reason: code seperation and IDE [Visual studio]3. HTML + CSS(d)more than 4 weeks[Once you get the idea of how server side scripting works, its not gonna take really long to learn new languages.]2.PHP(d)more than 4 weeks4.JavaScript(d)more than 4 weeks6.ASP(d)more than 4 weeks4.Do you feel that Internet Explorer hinders your designing effectiveness in any way? Explain.With very little cross browser work, yes IE hinders, writing CSS hacks is a pain....5.Do you feel that Firefox hinders your designing effectiveness in any way? Explain.No.6.Do you feel that any other browser hinders your designing effectiveness in any way? Explain.No idea, Dont deal with much of cross browser issues.7.How often do you adhere strictly to W3C standards?Most of the time8.Is there one web language you use more than others? Which one, and why?ASP.NET, reason: we use that at work.9.How long have you been doing web design or development?1.5 years10.Do you have any certifications? If so, which ones?NO
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