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    Use a frameset...

    Use a frameset.
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    This thread is 31 months old. It was dead and is...

    This thread is 31 months old. It was dead and is now writhing in it's grave. Please, let it die in peace.
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    You pull up a 31 month old thread to say that??...

    You pull up a 31 month old thread to say that?? You've got to be kidding me. :mad:
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    No problem. BTW, what was your old username?...

    No problem.

    BTW, what was your old username? I'm pretty sure I don't remember a Stephen Philbin. ;)
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    I believe it would be the second one, although...

    I believe it would be the second one, although browsers aren't normally so verbose. ;)
  6. Thread: PHP vs ASP

    by AdamBrill
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    The accuracy of your statement is relative to...

    The accuracy of your statement is relative to what kind of project development that you are talking about. IMO, PHP, in general, is more popular, but it is for many reasons, none of which being that...
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    Backticks should be used around tables and cell...

    Backticks should be used around tables and cell names because otherwise it will be treated as a value instead of a reference in some cases. For example, the following two queries are identical in...
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    This should work for you: document.className =...

    This should work for you:
    document.className = 'yourclassname';Although you might have to do this instead:
    document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].className = 'yourclassname';
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    printf to print? Well, technically you should...

    printf to print? Well, technically you should just use echo, since the difference is just that echo doesn't return a result, which makes it a little easier on the server. It doesn't make a huge...
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    Try this: $Aprilquery = mysql_query("SELECT...

    Try this:

    $Aprilquery = mysql_query("SELECT SUM (`amount`) FROM `tblmainorder` WHERE `orderdate` BETWEEN 20050401000000 and 20050430235959;");

    Notice the backtics instead of the single quotes.
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    I believe you are looking for mysql_insert_id...

    I believe you are looking for mysql_insert_id.
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    print is_dir("http://www.example.com/BI/"); fails...

    print is_dir("http://www.example.com/BI/"); fails because you cannot load a directory over http.

    This will give you the document root:

    echo $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'];
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    Well, it should look something like this:...

    Well, it should look something like this:
    function validate_form ( )
    {
    valid = true;
    for(var x=0; x<12; x++){
    if ( document.newReq.elements['Qty'+x].value != "" &&...
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    Did display='inline'; not work? I'm just curious...

    Did display='inline'; not work? I'm just curious as to why you would use display='';
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    No problem, I thought that would be about what...

    No problem, I thought that would be about what you were looking for.
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    Well, if you're looking for a hierarchy array,...

    Well, if you're looking for a hierarchy array, you may want to try this:
    function recursive($results){
    if(!is_resource($results)){
    $sql = "SELECT * FROM `tab` WHERE `parent` = '$results';";...
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    I just took a look at my code again and noticed...

    I just took a look at my code again and noticed that it wasn't nearly as efficient as it could be. Try this instead:
    function recursive($results){
    if(!is_resource($results)){
    $sql = "SELECT *...
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    No problem; I'm glad to help.

    No problem; I'm glad to help.
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    Which ones don't they work in? Have you tested...

    Which ones don't they work in? Have you tested extensively? Obviously they do not work in a browser such as Netscape 4, but which current browsers do they not work in?
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    Sorry, it took me a bit to figure out what you...

    Sorry, it took me a bit to figure out what you wanted. I guess my brain was fried from work today. lol

    Anyway, here's a word of advice: Don't use loops where recursive functions are needed. I...
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    You still didn't close the function. Add a...

    You still didn't close the function. Add a closing bracket at the end of the script, just after this line:

    taxamount=Math.round(total1*Math.pow(10,2))/Math.pow(10,2);
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    I'm not sure I know exactly what your trying to...

    I'm not sure I know exactly what your trying to do, but did you try floating two elements, one right and one left?
  23. Thread: IE problem

    by AdamBrill
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    I think I'm missing the problem. I'm using IE6...

    I think I'm missing the problem. I'm using IE6 and everything looks the same as in FF except for the text-size.
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    Hmm... where to start... First of all, what...

    Hmm... where to start...

    First of all, what are these lines?

    if var amount < var ipod, var ds, var psp, var game;

    What exactly are you trying to do? If you are trying to verify that all of...
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    If I'm not mistaken, the following code will work...

    If I'm not mistaken, the following code will work for you(and it won't use javascript, a definate plus):
    <div class="fbox" style="top: 50px; width:400px; margin: auto;">

    However, so that you know...
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