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  1. Hello... the title says it all... how to make a header() location, just after some coble of seconds?...
  2. Can anyone help me. this may be a noob question but...... I am trying to create a website and am trying to position two spaces I have for my header side by side. The left is going to have a logo inserted into the html code and the right side is going to be using a background image place in the css code. I cannot eem to get the 2 boxes to sit side by side in the header tags. Can someone help me? Heres the HTML: <body><div id="container"> <div id="header"> <div class="lftimg"><img src="images/logo.gif" /> </div> <div class="rtimg"> &
  3. Hello everyone! The reason I came to these forums is because i have an issue with my code, could you guys look at it and tell me what i am doing wrong?I am trying to retrieve an image from my SQL database in the form of a binary blob, but it doesn't show up. This is the code of the PHP file i am using in my image src html tag: <?phprequire_once("connect.php"); $imgd = $_get['img'];$query="SELECT * FROM ads WHERE id=$imgd";$result=mysql_query($query) or die ("Error - ");$row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result);$image = $row['fotolocatie']; echo $image;;?> it doesn't show the error so it isn
  4. I've been working on my uncle's website all summer, redesigning it. He hasn't changed the layout since 1996, so it was very much needed. Everything is working perfectly fine in Safari and Firefox, but when I view it in Google Chrome, the audio files on two of the pages do something weird. Instead of going underneath the header and footer while scrolling, the play bars are going overtop of them. The mock-up I've been working on is linked below, and I've pasted my CSS as well. Thanks in advance for your help! http://webpub.allegheny.edu/student/G/gooda/sobolov/demos.html (There is no doubt some
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