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for those who would want to see the proper code, here is the HTML:
<a href="en/home.html" name="english" onclick="seteng()"> Enter </a> |
<a href="fr/home.html" name="francais"...
would this be the right code for this type of situation:
if not, I have no idea what's going on
so I usually don't have any problems with this type of thing since I usually tend NOT to have any redirection issues since most of the work I do is only in one language, but this is driving me...
not everyone knows everything about everything.................
if you're going to not be helpful to those who need help, find a knife and run towards it ... hopefully it'll be at the edge of a very...
ok, so basically what's going on is I'm working with something like this page here:
as you can see, by clicking on the thumbails, the larger image...
sorry wrong place, I've just noticed
Hey guys how you doin'
I've been wondering, how can I have some custom made navbars, such as these here:
clean, well designed
feels like the ADOBE website, I feel
not that I dont like the ADOBE website, I just find it's not much of a great design if it's a feels much like a major...
I like the Left & Top Example using Sin & Cos curves part, but is it possible to have it only go up and down, without going in circles?
I'm working on a little concept, and I was wondering how I could make a div move up onClick and back down again onClick, or onClick of another div
On my personal website,...
hey I'm working on a gallery, and I want the thumbnail which is in a div to appear in another div
I know it's doable, I'd just like to have a helping hand
if anybody needs it, there's a page for one, just don't forget to download the JS file as well as saving the...
ok, so basically I'm looking into building an accordeon navbar, where all we see is the general links, and onclick we get the sublinks
please look at a simplified version here:
oh, I see what you mean now
have you thought of using %?
don't forget the "-" otherwise it won't work
to avoid as many mistakes like this, I suggest Dreamweaver
also, try resizing your divs accordingly
hahahhaha nice one, indeed
I tried to redo it again, and after all the time ive put into it, it turned out to be a silly CSS thing like adam suggested
when i redid it, i tried giving a float:left...
ok i see
i have a question though
how would I make an AP div placed the same in all 3 major browsers?
I tried using an AP div, but aparently the origin, or left:0 and top:0, just don't seem to be...
uhuh, i see
any another solution than css reset or conditional statements?
I've given this a try, and all it did was reduce the deault spacing at the top of my IE window
The way I understood the "IF" statements, I could have ONE CSS file, where I could have something...
Hey what's up