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niche last won the day on December 31 2020

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About niche

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    php, mysql, html, css, javascript

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  1. niche

    code cleanup

    Something like that. We could make it at least partially functional by focusing on one thing. First question, are you using a design pattern like MVC?
  2. niche

    code cleanup

    Is it possible to work on actual code instead of pseudo code?
  3. Great to know except solving CSS questions is a lot easier when I can use the developer tools built into every browser. If you wrote the code, it will be easy to edit down. If not, I'd just be guessing with no real chance of helping you get the right answer based on what you sent. There are too many moving parts and ambiguities. For example, what's a hamburger menu?? FYI, I loaded what you posted and what I saw looked nothing like your screen shot.
  4. Please resend the code you're actually using in the order you're using it so we can see exactly what you see. Also, please edit out the irrelevant parts if possible.
  5. After playing around with that function at https://www.w3schools.com/sql/trysqlserver.asp?filename=trysql_func_sqlserver_str2 , the function obviously has a rounding feature.
  6. niche

    Smooth Scroll

    This is what w3schools calls smooth scrolling: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_css_smooth_scroll.asp
  7. niche


    Wrong thread. See above for my last post on this topic
  8. Sure. Except nobody here is going to write your code for you. You have to meet us at least part of the way. It's easy to remember code when you use it.
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    If it works for you, do it. Else, I'd write my code in a way that let's me easily change my fonts, or my approach to fonts, once I get actually user feed back. My guess is font's wont be in their top ten assuming you don't get too exotic. So, go with what you know and don't be too concerned with what other people think about your creative decisions until they get in the way of too many people. Then, it will be the engineering of your code and Version Control that will save you. Not font choice. I now you're asking a technical question. Except, even if there is a correct answe
  10. niche

    Scrollable Nav

    This will get you started: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_navbar.asp
  11. Nope. Not yet. Paste the actual text of your code using the code tags. That will make your code visible in your post. You keep posting the file. It's usually always very bad practice to click a button connected to a file from an unknown source. We want to see your work an a completely SAFE environment. Please post the text, not the file, using the <> tags. IF IT'S TOO LONG, edit out the irrelevant parts. EDIT: We need to see something with a format like this: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <style> img { float: right; } <
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