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  1. Update: Save button added. You can save the code as HTML file to your desktop.
  2. Hi, on the CSS, use dot (.) selector for 'sortable' instead of (#) because it's a class.
  3. I've just created a really simple online editor for HTML, Javasacript and CSS in "w3schools tryit" style. I call it WePro. The title stands for Web Programming, so, it doesn't mean I'm a pro developer. Feedback are welcome as this is one of my lesson in learning web programming. Please visit: WePro Hit "Run" to execute. The Code area is draggable and you can toggle it by clicking the "WePro title above the page. Is this any good?
  4. hi, thanks dsonesuk. It would work for me, I have to run some test first; in my case, the svg images are created by users with their own numbers of dimension and style, and what makes it little bit more complicated is that users have a chance to create more than one 1 image to be appended on vary div as holder, my job is to get those svg image to a json file where other inputs also stored there too. I thought it would be easier if I can just get innerHTML of divs to stored svg images in a json, but then I found this info: create an SVG DOM tree from JSON, SVG 2 DOM/JSON Constructors; I th
  5. Hi, I'm using fileReader to load .txt file contains json. It works, apparently, when I parsed it, the <svg> tag doesn't show a svg image, it appears as text. Here's the json: [["24/11/2014 - 4:32", "blah", "blah blah", "blah blah blah"],[ "<svg class="dyHolder" id="dyHolder" style="1px solid red" width="140" height="10" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"><path class="dyna_line" id="dyna_line" d="M 0 5 L 140 0 M 0 5 L 140 10" style="stroke-width: 1; stroke: black; fill:none;"></path></svg>", "", ""]] and the result: This is text Lorem Ipsum blah blah <
  6. Hi, I have this following code: http://jsfiddle.net/dustcomposer/bapwnhy0/ var cresc_path = '<path class="dyna_line" id="dyna_line" d="M ' + 0 + ' ' + 0 + ' L ' + 50 + ' ' + 25 + ' M ' + 0 + ' ' + 50 + ' L ' + 50 + ' ' + 25 + '" style="stroke-width: 1; stroke: red; fill:none;" />';var dl = document.createElementNS("http://www.w3.org/2000/svg", "svg");dl.setAttribute('class', 'dyHolder');dl.setAttribute('id', 'dyHolder');dl.setAttribute('style', 'border:1px solid red');dl.setAttribute('width', '50');dl.setAttribute('height', '50');dl.setAttributeNS("http://www.w3.org/2000/xmlns/", "
  7. Select option with css will work. <select name="mycountry"> <option value="Afghanistan">Afghanistan</option> <option value="Afrique du Sud">Afrique du Sud</option> <option value="Albanie">Albanie</option> <option value="Algérie">Algérie</option> <option value="Allemagne">Allemagne</option> <option value="Andorre">Andorre</option> <option value="Angola">Angola</option> <option value="Antigua et Barbuda">Antigua et Barbuda</option> <option value="Arabie saoudit
  8. as far as I know, when I still use html 4, the align attribute is only for left/right only. Try following code: <div style='text-align: center'><p><form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post" target="_top"><input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_s-xclick"><input type="hidden" name="hosted_button_id" value="QGF5P9TN7L74U"><input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_GB/i/btn/btn_paynowCC_LG.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="PayPal – The safer, easier way to pay online."><img alt="" border="0" src="https://www.paypalobjects.co
  9. The <center> tag is not supported in HTML5. You need to add Style attribute to align an element, just like dsonesuk has told or using external CSS.
  10. what do you mean 'dynamic formatting' (sorry, I don't speak English well).
  11. the first one is XHTML declaration and you can read about the script here (CDATA).
  12. You want to make something like these?: http://corehtml5canvas.com/# http://corehtml5canvas.com/code-live/ch02/example-2.7/example.html my choice would be Canvas; it could be so complicated but could be fun too, just follow the links.
  13. My website is wp-based too, usually I ask a friend to modify it's codes (appearance-editor), but in your case, Ingolme's right, you shouldn't modify your wp-themes codes, contact woocommerce instead to see their documentations. For example: it seems to me that the page above (the one with the coupon button) controls with wc-cart-functions.php. Ask woocommerce to see if you can modify their script.
  14. I am. I will need it.
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