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  1. I think you'll need some PHP to do that. Possibly javascript. Here is a PHP solution: <form name="form" method="get" action="www.whatever.com/whatever/whatever.php?reduel=<?=$_GET['name']?>"><input type="name"><input type="submit" value="submit"></form>
  2. Cronthenoob

    GRRRRR!!!

    Ok, I found the problem!find the <td> that is like this: <td width="9" height="2"></td> and make it look like this: <td></td>
  3. Cronthenoob

    GRRRRR!!!

    just add <center> tags around the entire thing!
  4. Cronthenoob

    Help!!

    That's strange, I tested it in Firefox and IE and it looked fine to me :)I don't know what else might work.
  5. I find that I like the "head first" series books the best.The tutorials are great and they are pretty interesting reads. I could probably just read through the book and not fall asleep, lol. Lots of pictures and descriptions, they make it very easy to learn.
  6. Anytime Good luck with your future projects!
  7. Ok, on your frameset page do this: <html><frameset rows="25%,75%" border="1"><frame src="frame_a.htm"><frameset cols="15%,85%" border="1"><frame src="frame_b.htm" name="links"><frame src="frame_c.htm" name="content"></frameset></frameset><head><title>Hoofdpagina</title></head><body></body></html> Then on page B, the link should be: <p><a href="home.htm" target="content"><img src="http://i10.tinypic.com/2u5cllz.jpg" border="0" /></a></p> That will change the web page in th
  8. You shouldn't have to add anything extra to the pages. What does your frameset page look like?Could you copy and paste that pages html please You don't need .htm on the target. You just need the name of the frame from your frameset page.
  9. target="frame_c"Nottarget="home.htm"also, your href should be href="home.htm"and also don't forget to close your img tag!<img src="image" border="0" />
  10. Cronthenoob

    Help!!

    try adding <br /> just after your </table>.
  11. Here is a pretty good reference for what _I_think you are trying to accomplish.http://cssplay.co.uk/boxes/outside.htmledit: Well, maybe not, lol.
  12. http://www.securityfocus.com/brief/307 I thought this was pretty interesting. They still havn't fixed it as far as I know either.People are using this as a way to install keyloggers on machines, then using their usernames and passwords. A lot of people that play World of Warcraft are clicking on seemingly harmless links in the official forums, then logging into their accounts with all of their items and money gone. I'm sure video game passwords aren't the only things that are being stolen.
  13. You might be trying to use IE when you test? I've never gotten one to show up in IE.
  14. So the problem is, you have one link you want to be a different color than the rest of the links on your page?I think that is what you are asking.
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