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About niche

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    coding, inventing, selling, building large scale models, sci fi

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  1. Please excuse me. Obviously, that’s what it says.
  2. The answers to all your questions are easily found in the w3schools tutorials. for example: https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_head.asp
  3. Sub divide your page into <div></div> and give each div an id. Edit: Then, you can do whatever you want, with each id.
  4. Please repost using the code tags. If your script is too long, please repost using the code tags.
  5. use this: href="../css/styles.css">
  6. Your code has a few width defined in pixels, but mostly 100% widths. I'd start there. Take every thing out and start putting it all back in one element at a time. And, use your developer tools so you can actually see where the problem is. Judging on those 100% widths, I'd say, mobile was an after thought. EDIT: I just displayed your code. All those inline styles are definitely going to be a problem. Especially, at 100%. Best to abstract em out into a stylesheet.
  7. Time to post your relevant code using the code tags
  8. https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_rwd_viewport.asp
  9. https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/comments-in-css/
  10. edit profile button, upper right hand corner of your profile page
  11. FYI, my experience is your code will be tied to the version of the browser you're currently using when it comes to printing a page. A version or to down the road, and your code may not work, as intended. Having said that, are you really talking about printing a page of displaying a page?
  12. looks like its now standard equipment https://www.google.com/search?q=preview+window+notepad+%2B%2B&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS800US800&oq=preview+window+notepad+%2B%2B&aqs=chrome..69i57.12693j1j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  13. niche

    SQL issue

    looks fine. are you getting the results you expected?
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