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  1. Or you could paste the source code (using the tag) from the files having issues and we could work from that.
  2. Huh? The tutorial has a ton of examples showing you what certain properties do. Have you tried any of many Try it yourself ยป buttons? But if you mean you're an auditory learner, then there's not really much that can be done about that other than third party programs.
  3. Even if you don't understand the tutorial, which I find hard to believe, thescientist gave you numerous examples and implementations for you to learn how to do what you want to do.It's much better for everybody if you just learned how to properly use CSS. Then you wouldn't have to create a thread and just ask for the code, which many people here don't like to outright give, since that defeats the purpose of w3schools. Besides, you'll just be coming back again later with another thread asking how to do X, and the process would repeat itself. It'd be much faster for you in the long run not havin
  4. That seems to have gotten rid of the validation error, and it looks like a solid place-holder. Is it proper usage though?
  5. What is the most practical and portable-friendly way of posting a form to itself? Originally I was just using: <form action="" method="post"> Though recently when I validated my code, I got this error from W3: " Bad value for attribute action on element form: Must be non-empty." I would guess using <?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'];?> , but I've read that it isn't safe to use for some reason or another, especially in forms. Can anybody elaborate on that too?
  6. Nitpicking here, but it's actually supposed to be spelled as "a lot". "Allot" essentially means to assign or allocate to something.You'll get better with designing as you do more of it and follow good practices. Personally, I'd rather have somebody else work on the aesthetics, like thescientist said, but that's only because I'm not very graphically inclined.I don't really think there is a strict way or a "coding secret" to make it look good though. Just keep trying and ask for constructive criticism from multiple sources. I'm sure you'll pick up some useful tricks and tips along the way.
  7. If you don't have any money, get a job.If you aren't good at your job, go to school.If you can't go to school due to money problems, find an easier temporary job.If you can't get hired where you live, move.I'm going to be blunt here. It hasn't worked so far, but maybe if enough people tell you, it might. Nobody cares about your personal problems here. You may be in a terrible situation, but this is a forum meant to guide and teach people who have problems with web development or anything else associated with the other boards. Keep it professional. Whining about your life and how bad you have i
  8. Have you tried wrapping the words in a span with a class and reading the CSS tutorial?
  9. A container works nicely, but you should consider using a fluid design as well if you haven't already done so. This can be done by using percentages as opposed to absolute values such as pixels to define your positioning.
  10. Like the design and the depth of the reviews. Quite informative. All of the frog pictures threw me off for a second though since I figured there'd be reviews relating to them- until I visited your main domain, that is. That cleared it up.In your haste, it seems as though you made a few spelling/grammatical errors here and there. And the markup doesn't completely evaluate as valid. Other than that, I say keep up the good work. Looks great aesthetically.
  11. Maybe something to do with your background image of the div not being able to render properly?
  12. eduardchile, nobody cares that you're physically disabled, so stop using that as an excuse.Are you trying to upload your actual phpMyAdmin folder to your online web host to use it?If so, that is not going to work.
  13. http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=3770This may help.
  14. Rough Divide

    form

    Sounds like you need PHP's mail function.
  15. The reason for that is because you're computer associates .mov files with QuickTime (as it should).There's no HTML code to open videos, or any file for that matter in a certain program since it's user-specific.Users get to choose what files get associated with certain programs, not web designers.
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