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  1. Absolutely awesome! I got it to work just how I needed it. Again, thank you so much!
  2. See, that is why I love this forum. I have learned so much from the tuts and from the great people here.Thanks for the help. I will give it a try!
  3. I am working on an inventory page. I would like to have a select drop down that lists each stone type (Marble, Travertine, Slate, etc.). My current code only retrieves the first record. When the user selects a stone from the drop down, I would like it to display all the records for that stone.Here is my code so far:In the HEAD <script type="text/javascript">function showUser(str){if (str=="") { document.getElementById("txtHint").innerHTML=""; return; }if (window.XMLHttpRequest) {// code for IE7+, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari xmlhttp=new XMLHttpRequest(); }else {// code for IE6
  4. Thanks for the fast reply. So if my image is in /images/image.jpg, I would put image.jpg in the sql field, then have php actually handle the path (adding the actual http://www.website.com/images/ path)?
  5. I have a database setup with the following fields: ID, StoneName, StoneSize, StoneType, Thumbnail.Essentially, this is an inventory database that the user can view, edit, delete the records. This all works wonderfully. The user would like to have the form display the records and a thumbnail of the product. I cannot seem to figure out what the best method of housing the images and how to display them. I have read that it is not wise to store the images in the database. I should have the path to the thumbnail in the Thumbnail field.I want the thumbnail to be a hyperlink to the full size image (I
  6. I have a web development client that is interested in doing the following:He would like to have Video Consulting via a messenger program (or if there is some spectacular code that would achieve this).He wants to charge by the hour.The client would go to his site, go through a checkout process (they would initially pay for one hour).Once the checkout process is complete, they would then be able to connect to him via video conference.If they go over the hour, then he would like to be able to charge them the extra amount.Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I might start looking for somet
  7. Here is what I use for my sites:This goes in the header <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css.css" /><!--[if lte IE 6.0]> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="cssIE.css" /><![endif]--><!--[if IE 7]> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="cssIE7.css" /><![endif]--> The first one "css.css" is for FFThe second one "cssIE.css" is for IE6 or earlierThe third one "cssIE7.css" is for IE7Hope this helps!
  8. CSS for Div in question: #leftcontent { position:absolute; background:#ffffff; font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:10px; left:0px; top:137px; height:auto; width:140px; border:1px solid #ffcc00; } HTML: <div id="leftcontent"><p><img id="imgmembers" src="images/membersonly.jpg" alt="Members Only Section Coming Soon!" width="120" height="40" border="0" /></p><p><a title="Learn about the Watchdog Program" href="#" target="_blank"><img src="images/tiawatchdog.jpg" alt="Learn about the Watchdog Program" width="120" height="
  9. Thanks, I tried that as well and it did not help any.Thanks to both of you for your help and info. I just really have no clue why FF would not show it like all other browsers are.
  10. I have verified that I have images turned on.I completely disabled my ad blocker, and it still will not show up.I even removed the link aspect from it, so that it would be a static image and it still will not show up.
  11. Hello Everyone.I am having an issue where a simple image based hyperlink is showing up correctly in IE6 and IE7, but in FF, the images do not show up at all. I have verified that everything in my css is compliant and validates. Is there some sort of bug or issue with FF handling png files?Here is the code for the hyperlink: <p><a title="TIA Banner Advertising Program" href="Default.aspx"><img src="ads/ad.jpg" alt="TIA Banner Advertising Program" width="120" height="300" border="0" /></a></p> This is the exact same code that is used by all browsers.Can anyone s
  12. When adding the other statement for IE7, would it go in before the <![endif]--> statement?How would it look?
  13. Well, the day has finally come. IE7 has been released and we are already seeing CSS issues with existing sites.Here is my dilemma:For most of my sites, I have created seperate CSS files for Mozilla browsers and for IE. Now that IE7 is out, this isn't working.This is the code that I used for browser specific CSS:<head><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="tms.css" /><!--[if IE]> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="tmsIE.css" /><![endif]--></head>Now, up until today, this worked beautifully for me. I am wondering if there is a way, either b
  14. First off, I just wanted to say that this board has been an amazing wealth of knowledge.I have been tweaking and trying to get this page to work correctly in FF for a few days and am ready to pull what hair I have left out.I have a 3 column layout that is wrapped in a container and I want all three coloumns to be the same height. I can't seem to get the container div to encompass everything on a basic page where the content of the middle (#main) div does not reach the bottom. When this happens, the container stays short of the columns. On the pages where the main content reaches below the c
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