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    I have no idea what "clig open type" refers to,...

    I have no idea what "clig open type" refers to, but I'd have a go at researching the problem if you gave us the relevant code from your web page, or a link. ;)
  2. You have omitted (though I wonder why...

    You have omitted <tr> </tr> (though I wonder why the table is there anyway?).

    Your code says onMouseOut="document.all.menu1.style.display = 'block'". Also the <span> does not encompass the menu,...
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    The way to keep the aspect ratio is to leave...

    The way to keep the aspect ratio is to leave either the width or height set to auto (the default).
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    There is no such setting as "float:auto;" nor...

    There is no such setting as "float:auto;" nor <center>.
  5. What you have done is embed a live map in your...

    What you have done is embed a live map in your web page. That is ok, but has implications for the page load time. An alternative that you might consider is to embed the map in a test page and do a...
  6. As to minify, that should be no problem, but just...

    As to minify, that should be no problem, but just in case, keep a copy of the un-minified source.

    As to modifying the file, that is a minefield. One syntax error can affect multiple lines of code,...
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    Hi and welcome. Why do you want to "create a...

    Hi and welcome.

    Why do you want to "create a new php page when you click on it"? That can be done but is far from the simplest way of achieving what is, in effect, a drop down that displays when...
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    Your post is confusing. The syntax /../. is...

    Your post is confusing. The syntax /../. is nonsense. Also HTML, JavaScript and PHP all use the same syntax anyway. So, to access /news/article1.php from /index.php you can use relative or absolute...
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    Well, I'm glad you sorted it, but next time you...

    Well, I'm glad you sorted it, but next time you want some help, please give the code you are having difficulty with. Pseudo code is not a lot of use.
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    @Stephen Philbin I'm not sure whether you...

    @Stephen Philbin

    I'm not sure whether you agree or disagree with my conclusions? They have nothing to do with server configuration (as far as I can tell) as I have come to them by testing the...
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    Hi Cornell243, If you want people to comment...

    Hi Cornell243,

    If you want people to comment on your website, please start a thread in the Website Reviews forum. A link to your site is permitted there, but not here.

    I hope you enjoy the...
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    The code is not displaying because there is...

    The code is not displaying because there is nothing to display. Your labels are not nested correctly, and the inputs are incomplete. I prefer to avoid echoing the HTML code. Instead I use echo to put...
  13. What difference does the fact that it is a reset...

    What difference does the fact that it is a reset make? Because the external style sheet is linked in BEFORE the reset, the reset will override the settings in the style sheet. Oops! :(

    The reset...
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    I've identified that the characters "иа" (which...

    I've identified that the characters "иа" (which notepad++ interprets plaintextansi.txt as) is the characters you get when you interpret the ANSI sequence "иа" as UTF-8 (without a BOM). It seems that...
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    Moving on to the files plaintext.txt and...

    Moving on to the files plaintext.txt and plaintextansi.txt:

    1. When loaded in Chrome BOTH files are correctly interpreted as "иа". I think that is so because:

    a) Pre-HTML5 the default encoding...
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    Are you sure your site is an https:// one?

    Are you sure your site is an https:// one?
  17. You have not listed the style sheet...

    You have not listed the style sheet "mystyles.css". And your css is a mess with the style sheet, two <style> sections in the head AND inline styles! It is a wonder anything works.
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    I interpret the results of your tests quite...

    I interpret the results of your tests quite differently. Please correct me if I am wrong, but it seems to me that:

    1. In the ANSI case, the script has interpreted the characters as ANSI encoded....
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    I backed off to let SP have a clear run, but I...

    I backed off to let SP have a clear run, but I feel that you may be over-complicating the issue by running scripts to generate source files as it adds further steps at which assumptions are being...
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    I have answered your questions, and I do not know...

    I have answered your questions, and I do not know any simpler way to explain it, but here goes... You said:

    1. When you say "If i use the same script on 2 different servers (without charset meta...
  21. It sounds like you are trying to do something...

    It sounds like you are trying to do something that your web host simply does not allow. And it sounds as if using a CMS is worse! What alternative can I suggest: Learn to code in HTML, CSS,...
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    It seems that you are still not understanding the...

    It seems that you are still not understanding the problem. What you are changing with FTP on different servers is the ASSUMPTION as to which encoding has been used. If you assume any of the three...
  23. I just re-read your second post where it said: ...

    I just re-read your second post where it said:

    That could be your problem. I.e. With the absolute address "C:/Docs/Outputdir/html/source/" (which is 30 characters) any file name exceeding 97 chars...
  24. Thanks for clarifying. As I said, use relative...

    Thanks for clarifying.

    As I said, use relative addressing: "source/file-name.html" and/or "./source/file-name.html" will work on any browser I know of. Or rather, if it does not work, try directly...
  25. Do NOT use "C:/..." addressing. Use relative...

    Do NOT use "C:/..." addressing. Use relative addressing and you will not have problems. Also you said in the OP that the directory was in the root (same folder as the top level web pages), but this...
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