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  1. Hello guys I have a program actually I made it and it works online actually we can use it in host or servers but I want to know can we do something that we can use it offline but in offline web we can do whatever it has for example using all the feature. Thank you if you answer this question
  2. As stated in the caption, I have bought a domain name. What should I do? I heard that there is some other thing I also have to buy. What is that and what programming I should learn (as I am actually a noob) after that?? Thank you very much. P.S. A special link of my future website containing some photos (I think you understand what I mean) will be pmed to everyone of you ONLY IF you offer help to me.
  3. Hey everyone, I have been scouring the internet trying to solve this layout problem but I haven't found a solution - I want my article section to line up next to my nav bar properly. Using <float> left or right just pushes it above or below the nav bar as you can see here: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <!--[if lt IE 9]><script src="//html5shim.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html5.js"></script><![endif]--><title> My Magical World </title> <style> html, body { margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px } body { background-color: silver } article { margin: 20px; padding: 15px; border: 2px solid black; } footer { clear:both; background-color: red; border:5px solid black; text-align:center; } .b { border:5px solid black; text-align: center; background-color: red; } .field { border:2px solid black; text-align: center; background-color: red; } .navlink { border:1px solid #FFF; } </style> </head> <body> <div id="content-wrapper"> <!-- Content Wrapper Start --> <header class="b"> <h1> Hello World! </h1> <h2> Welcome to a magic world </h2> </header> <section id="main-content-area"> <!-- Section Main Content Area Start --> <nav style="background-color: red; border: 2px solid black; margin: 10px; padding: 10px; float: left; "> <fieldset class="field"><a href="BTSMain.html"><b>Home</b> </a></fieldset> <fieldset class="field"><a href="BTSServices.html"><b>Services We Offer</b></a></fieldset> <fieldset class="field"><a href="BTSAboutUs.html"><b>Request Service</b></a></fieldset> <fieldset class="field"><a href="BTSTestPage.html"><b>Contact Us</b></a></fieldset> <fieldset class="field"><a href="BTSTestPage2.html"><b>About BTS</b></a></fieldset> </nav> <article style="float: left"> My world is a strange place... it is populated by lemurs, lobsters, larvae, lampreys, and llamas. Lllaaaammmaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssssssssssssssss........... Lllaaaammmmmmmmaaaaaaassssssssssssssss <h4> <b> Llamas...... </b> </h4> </article> </section><!-- # Section Main Content Area End --> <footer> <h1> <a href="BTSAboutUs.html"><b>About My World </b></h1> </footer> </div><!-- # Content Wrapper End --> </body> </html> Thanks in advance
  4. yoyo w3...a little help would be awsome!... im trying to make my own little time shower in the top of my website... the only problem is that the codes does not work... i founded it on a open-source forum kinda... almost like this, just alot of hardcore coders, i suppose... anyways...here is my codes: function mkprettytime($s) { if ($s < 0) $s = 0; $t = array(); foreach (array("60:sec","60:min","24:hour","0:day") as $x) { $y = explode(":", $x); if ($y[0] > 1) { $v = $s % $y[0]; $s = floor($s / $y[0]); } else $v = $s; $t[$y[1]] = $v; } if ($t["day"]) return $t["day"] . "d " . sprintf("%02d:%02d:%02d", $t["hour"], $t["min"], $t["sec"]); if ($t["hour"]) return sprintf("%d:%02d:%02d", $t["hour"], $t["min"], $t["sec"]);// if ($t["min"]) return sprintf("%d:%02d", $t["min"], $t["sec"]);// return $t["sec"] . " secs";}function gmtime(){ return strtotime(get_date_time());}function get_dt_num(){ return gmdate("YmdHis");}// Returns the current time in GMT in MySQL compatible format.function get_date_time($timestamp = 0){ if ($timestamp) return date("Y-m-d H:i:s", $timestamp); else return gmdate("Y-m-d H:i:s");} and what i wish it to look like, would be somfthing like so: Monday - 23.42 - JULY,ECT... but the most important thing for me right now, is that i would like to get this one worked, since i think that it could be awsome to have it with me when i create a fully front-end that should be user-friendly for some ... Hoping some answers soon, regards... PS: i do not know if somfthing is missing orr like that, but dont think so... i got the following error by calling the function ''mkprettytime''...: Warning: Missing argument 1 for mkprettytime(), called in C:\xampp\htdocs\ss_tracker_2011\status_left.php on line 3 and defined in C:\xampp\htdocs\ss_tracker_2011\include\config.php on line 104 thanks in advance! ...
  5. Ok i hope i can make sence.If i built a simple server out of parts at home could i use that to host my own website that will be available all over the web so i dont have to pay to run it?
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