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Everything posted by WiCkEdStYlZ`

  1. well hmm i dont seem to have that problem... what browser ya'll using? lol
  2. makes your content dynamic... its a programming language that helps control and handle data in and out of databases and other web based applications
  3. dont make pages for ie... make pages using valid standards complient code and test them in a supporting browser (firefox is a good choicce), then adjust them to suit ie afterwards... despite most of all web users using ie i count it as kinda low priority
  4. 2 tired to think but instead of setting width in pixels try setting it too 100%, that way it will be the complete width of the window... gotta go sleep though, if that doesnt work some1 less tired may be able to help lol.
  5. wasnt suggesting the w3schools skin, but something at least better than default ipb skin, its old, boring, and extreeeeemely bland.
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    yea ok i forgot the MIME part off the end, heck its 1.30 am here im not surprised lolz, but yea... well at the moment i dont have a free php host without some form of banner ad or problem (except local apache server) so all i gots is html to work with for now... thats why i wont use ie either... i hate it
  7. ahh ok sorry yes i THINK you can but it's not the same as XHTML it's produced by ?> instead of />... if that doesn't work then i'm not quite sure if possible or not but give it a go.
  8. howdy i like these forums, but as a few people have said they are pretty dead, and the people that do come on them probably think that they could do with a little spicing up... i dont mean flashing disco lights, it should be simplistic, professional, but attractive. many forums use the default skin for stuff, and to be honest its a good skin but pretty bland.came up with a couple of suggestions for the forums:1. new skin... blues and white makes a good contrast and makes a good interface, but i think the skin could be improved a lot, or a new skin would be even better. making the forums looks
  9. yep i didnt think u were.... n i wasnt flamin u either m8 lolz, sorry if it came out that way n no probs thx for makin that noticable to me lol
  10. brilliant mysql tutorial, covers the basics like ya wanted..http://www.analysisandsolutions.com/code/m...ic.htm#creating
  11. ya, jus makin life easier n breakin info down... if they didnt know they had to escape html characters then they probably didnt know what it meant... so gave em the code n said what was diff bout code... < doesn't need to be backslashed either
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    kk yea we are getting a little off topic here but i gotta say this...there is 1 thing stopping me use xhtml 1.1 and that is that ie (my most hated browser) doesn't support the application/xhtml media type... if i want to use application/xhtml i have to go xhtml 1.0 to do so, and even then i have to link to an external xsl file to get it working...when ie7 is released and this is supported... then i will use 1.1 strict... until then xhtml 1.0 strict is for me
  13. lmao yea does make ya sound kinda loopy lol... but tickers often use something along marquee lines... although i did manage to find a decent javascript for marquees which should pass validation http://dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex2/cmarquee2.htm
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    #include help

    got link to your page or a snippet of ur asp to look at?
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    CSS layouts are much better to follow and edit than table layouts... but then tables are a much more effecient way of presenting data. so if you're making a page with say 200 people's contact details, tables would be a much better way of showing the information than div's... if you are making a page such as a forum (like this one) it's much better to use div's as you gain much more control over the layout of everything.
  16. me being kind as i am i tested a few things out for ya lol... if ya put the text into the div inside a paragraph it should vertically align itself... try this.The CSS part... <style type="text/css"><!--div.container {width: 100%; height: 100%; position: fixed; display: table; }p {display: table-cell; vertical-align: middle; }--></style> Then the HTML part... <div class="container"><p>This is vertically and horizontally centered.</p></div> that should work :)Matt
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  18. ok browsers WILL support the marquee tag, despite the fact that it is not proper HTML, the only difference is that if you decided that you should validate your HTML/XHTML then you would fail validation. basically if you don't mind having invalid markup then you're good to go.there are 3 or 4 other tags that are out there, not valid HTML tags, these along with the marquee tag are generated by Microsoft, in a language called MS-HTML. MS-HTML quite often will not validate as HTML or XHTML so it's highly not reccommended using these tags. yes the marquee tag will display in all browsers, the other
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    php include

    yep exactly... it simply copies the contents from the include file to your main file, so if you put <html><head>.. </head></html> in your include file... it will mean your main file has two html and 2 head tags simple(glad i explained that so well in first post lol)
  20. <link href="filename.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> tried thi one?
  21. you cannot vertically align text alone without using more than 1 div, or a table... this css was meant mainly for aligning objects such as images to the text next to it... if u wana do it with text, do what the other pages designer did, with 2 div's.if ur attempting to do it with an image heres what to do: vertical-align: middle; put that in #test... maybe u were using 'center' instead of 'middle'AND also a bit of dodgy css here body,html { html doesnt have a style to it, so your css should read this: <style type="text/css">body {background: #CC3300;text-align: center;}#test {width:
  22. well in the CSS tutorial there are missing items, but again they are Microsoft's own tags and aren't reccommended scrollbar-face-color: #; scrollbar-shadow-color: #; scrollbar-highlight-color: #; scrollbar-3dlight-color: #; scrollbar-darkshadow-color: #; scrollbar-track-color: #; scrollbar-arrow-color: #;
  23. ... or if you want... use a javascript, where if it's IE it will use the embed tag, if other browser use the object tag. If u wana give this a go, take it easy if it plays up as I'm new to javascript, but do this on a test page if ya want:place this javascript where you want the object to appear: <script type="text/javascript"> <!-- if (is_ie3up) { var object=('<embed src=\"movie.wmv\"></embed>') } else { var object=('') } //--> </script> now place your object html underneath or above that javascript... change the src= in the javascript, and add any
  24. make sure there is a space before your /> so it would be ( />) not (/>) <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?><xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" /><xsl:output method="xml" version="1.0" standalone="yes" encoding="utf-8" /><xsl:output method="xml" doctype-system="[url to a dtd]" /><xsl:strip-space elements="*" /> hope this helps.Matt
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