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  1. On the updated version, the shadows of the stars don't flow very well into the yellow background. My suggestion would be to make the background black or stripes. Another suggestion is on the church ministry page. You should change "The East Bank Demerara District (GoldStar) boasts a vibrant Youth Ministry..." because we should boast in Jesus alone!
  2. Do you mean a border? All you have to do is put -- border="0" -- in the -- <img> -- tag. If that doesn't work, which it probably won't, since no browser that I know of gives pictures a border on default, then try checking your picture. The problem may be that the actual picture has a white line around it.And lastly, you should get something better than MS paint for your computer. I use paint for basically everything because of its simplicity, but it lacks many good features that other free graphics editing software offers. Go here to look for the one that suits you: http://www.freebyte.com/graphicprograms/ .
  3. Thanks for that, it helped a little bit. I still can't figure out how to get it to work in Firefox after lots of testing. I think I am going to go with a different layout. Thanks for your help, though.
  4. If it's a test, we shouldn't help you . Just give the tester what you know . Just to let you know, if whoever is giving you the test is going to be looking at this page, they won't see any of the images because you have all the image sources set to files on your computer that nobody else's computer has. Try uploading the images to the internet using imageshack.us or freeimagehosting.net or something like that.
  5. I thought you meant you wanted a sound file that would start playing at any given time, like 5:00. Well, I will do some research on this to see what I can find to help you.
  6. I'm sure you could do this with some long JS code. I'll work on a "sketch" for you.
  7. If it was released a few days ago, its probably something they missed when making it. You should report it to them. I don't think they would drop those attributes; they're too important.
  8. Thank you. I tried using the code from the W3school's example; but it didn't seem to work; and I didn't understand it, anyway. It looks like you got it to work, but I still don't understand what the line-height thing is.
  9. You could do a number of things. First of all, it is not possible to have a background color with a background image on it. You can only have one background element. Next, if you would chose to use a background image, you can't use links on an image in the background.You can find everything you're looking for in the HTML and CSS tutorials.
  10. http://www.freewebs.com/joecoolaug/test.htmlAs you can see, at the bottom, the footnote only ends at the left border of the right content div.Instead of doing something like "height:400px;" for each of the div heights, how can I get their height to be equal without having them longer than the content length of the longest div?
  11. I like the layout and theme. I'm not sure if they're supposed to, because it's just a test, but the tabs on the top don't work. They also look a little bit "choppy," if you know what I mean.That's very impressive for your first CSS site.
  12. What is the project for (what will we accomplish with it), or will we vote on topic of the project later?
  13. Why's that. I've never heard that before .
  14. Ooh! I've been looking for this for years. Thanks. It also works in Netscape on Windows and Linux.
  15. Okay... It's working now, but why does it have to be in a function?EDIT: Nevermind. I saw what you changed.
  16. It's not working. Obviously I'm doing something wrong.Here is my site.Here's the code:<html><head><title>blank</title><script type="text/javascript">var str = document.body.innerHTML;document.write(str.replace(':)','<img src="/joecoolaug/untitled3.png" alt="Smile"/>'))</script></head><body>:)</body></html> All right... I'm not so great with javascript. I don't understand why you have "document.write" in there. That won't just replace "" but will also replace all other code in the <body> tag, won't it? Wow... I'm confused, as usual .
  17. You can probably also find stuff about this scattered throughout the W3schools tutorials(mostly the CSS tutorial).
  18. This article might help with your issue of file size: http://www.peachpit.com/articles/article.a...417087&rl=1 .EDIT: Wait a minute. Did you already accomplish what you wanted with file size reduction, or not?
  19. I didn't know that. Well, so much for my suggestions .You can simply use MS Paint to resize it. If you have better image editing software, then use it; just use the editor's built-in resizing tool.EDIT: Oops. We posted at the same time .
  20. You're using CSS to resize the images, I see.<a href='/pictures' style='text-decoration: none;'><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort6.jpg' style='height: 100px; width: 150px; border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort8.jpg' style='float: left; height: 100px; width: 150px; border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort11.jpg' style='height: 100px; width: 150px; border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /></a> Instead of using CSS, try using plain HTML resizing. <a href='/pictures' style='text-decoration: none;'><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort6.jpg' height="100" width="150" style='border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort8.jpg' height="100" width="150" style='float: left; border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort11.jpg' height="100" width="150" style='border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /></a> Or, try deleting the thumbnail specifications alltogether. I see that you haven't resized the images to 150x100 using an image editor yet(as others have suggested). If you resize each of them to exactly 150x100px with the editor(and upload the resized image), you won't need to specify their height and width for the browser to display it as a thumbnail. That should save your browser quite a bit of loading time.After uploading the edited 150x100 images, take the height and width attributes out: <a href='/pictures' style='text-decoration: none;'><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort6.jpg' style='border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort8.jpg' style='float: left; border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /><img src='/pictures/20052006/thmbs/snowfort11.jpg' style='border: none; float: left;' alt='snow fort' /></a>
  21. Okay... so that only replaces text in the variable. That will work for textareas and inputs, and that's all I plan on using it for. Just out of curiosity, though, is there any way I could apply this to use it for some text in a document?
  22. I've been wondering something recently.How is it possible for text in a HTML document or user-entered textarea text to be recognized and manipulated? For example: \\On this forum,\\this text becomes a smiley when you post it::)\\and this text becomes a link:[url=http://www.wow.com]a link[/url] I know that this is possible with server scripting, but, since I don't have any servers, is there any way to do this with only HTML, a scripting language, and/or XML?
  23. This is all you have to do (replace "<" and ">" with brackets): <url="http://www.w3schools.com"><color="#FF0000">W3schools</color></url> Ex: W3schoolsEven so, I agree with you; it would be nice if they changed the default.EDIT: I just realized that you probably already know that.
  24. W3schools references a validator in its XSD tutorial: http://www.w3.org/2001/03/webdata/xsvHowever ---- I like the Liquid XML Schema Validator(download) because you don't just give the URL, you can actually put in your code : Liquid XSD.
  25. Wow. That speeds validation up a lot. Too bad I didn't pass the initial validation.I think we need a forum for breakthroughs -- or tips -- for people, like this topic.http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=6492
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