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  1. Hey Valentino! You can see what's allowed in the Terms of Service Page. https://www.w3schools.com/about/about_copyright.asp
  2. Funce

    CSS issues

    What issue are you having? What are you trying to do?
  3. You might be able to use Regular Expressions. Find: X(\d+\.?\d*) Replace: $& U$1
  4. Funce


    Do you have a link to the topic?
  5. Funce

    CSS form element

    Oh that changes things, there are general attribute selectors. They work well enough, its just better to use the id or class. Here's where you can read up on those attribute selectors: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_attribute_selectors.asp
  6. Funce

    from api to php

    I can haphazard a guess, that you haven't put quotes around your string. You also may want to directly include the error, because an "error" could possible be your internet being offline.
  7. Hey there! Good find on that one, could you use the "Report Error" at the bottom of the page with a description of this, and it'll make its way to the developers.
  8. Link them? It works just like a normal link. Add your URL to the href attribute, and when people click on them, they'll be navigated to that location.
  9. Check out the w3schools terms of service for how you can use the snippets! https://www.w3schools.com/about/about_copyright.asp
  10. This is because its being taken as your class "HashSet", You've overidden the class "HashSet" with your program called "HashSet", you may want to change it.
  11. Funce


    Okay, you've got some code. What seems to be the problem?
  12. Funce

    CSS form element

    Well, the two things you've got for standard styling is to add an ID to that element, or add a class to it. Then use CSS selectors that match (`#ID` or `.class`)
  13. As an alternative with your <? echo $var ?> blocks, you can use <?= $var; ?>. This can be used regardless of the php_short_tags setting, which you can read up on here: https://www.php.net/manual/en/language.basic-syntax.phptags.php
  14. Funce


    That certainly seems doable. What code have you got for it so far?
  15. Funce

    Smarty Php.

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