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  1. Hi all, I'd like to make a responsive navigation bar with a drop down menu using jQuery but I'm having some difficulties getting it work properly. I've just started learning jQuery so my knowledges in this language are very limited for the moment. I know there is a tutorial precisely for that on w3school but I followed this tutorial on YouTube as the result is closer to what I would like to end up with. Besides, the code looks easier to me. What I'm trying to do is basically the same thing but without using an external <div> for the menu bar, which I would like to include in the
  2. Hi All, This is my first post! I think this site is amazing. I love the little try it yourself windows. SO cool. So my question is this: how can I make a form that has two drop down menus (the first with 2 options and the second with 3) and a submit button which upon clicking will take the user to one of 6 html pages on my website. Drop down 1: -Fairy Goddess -Inner Warrior Drop down 2: -Young Adult -20 Something -30 and up Possible outcomes: 1. Fairy Go
  3. Hello all. I'm relatively new to CSS, so please be gentle with me. I have a question about a vertical drop down menu I'm working on. It's looking decent so far. You can see it here, under my photo. But, as you can see in the photo, I'm hovering over "the little victorian." Obviously, I'd rather have the other categories move down while I'm hovering instead of being covered up. Make sense? I'm sure there are proper terms that I'm not using. I am also sure there is more information you need from me before anyone can answer. Just let me know what it is and I'll provide it! Thank you,
  4. Hi all, I am currently brushing up on some skills, and I've run into an issue. I'm working with a double line van menu, and I want to include drop downs throughout the menue. The drop downs are ok for the bottom line, but the top line is having some issues. I've attached the file I'm working with. Bonus to anyone who can help me get the css styling the first level of the nav to stop affecting the second level. Thanks,Rebecca index2.html
  5. Sir; I am developing student muster roll for my school.See below given part of the files for the problem that I am facing. 1) grade_details.asp : ( Form with the values ) <%Do while not Rs.EOF if grade = Rs("student_homegrade") then Response.Write "<OPTION NAME = stuid VALUE = '" & RS("student_id") & "' SELECTED>" 'stuid is not passed to enter_stu_recs.asp. I am making mistake somewhere. Please guide. Response.Write replace(Rs("student_name"),"""","'") & "</Option>" Rs.MoveNext else Response.Write "<OPTION NAME = stuid VALUE = '" & RS("student_id"
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